If you are planning on attending an upcoming service here at EBC and you have a child from 0 to 4 we would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your baby to the Epping Bible Nursery! We want every family and baby to enjoy their time here at EBC. Because of that we have some suggestions to make you and your child's time with us memorable. Below is some helpful information regarding our nursery that we hope will answer any of your questions. But feel free to contact us if any question goes unanswered.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. — 11:15 p.m.
Information & Enrollment Card
In order to be aware of your child’s individual needs, we ask that all parents complete an enrollment card when visiting. This simply helps us in taking care or your child in the best possible way. Please answer all questions and give any additional information that we may need to know in order to better care for your baby.
We want your baby’s first church experience to be warm and meaningful. So, we provided a safe and clean environment. The room and each toy are carefully cleaned and sanitized every week.
For the safety of all our little ones, we do ask that you do not bring your child to the Nursery if they are sick. Remember, other children will be present, and they may become infected as well. Some signs of illness in a child are: unusual fatigue or irritability, coughing, sneezing, runny nose and eyes, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, inflamed mouth and throat, unusual drowsiness, loss of appetite, or hoarseness. You may bring your child with you to our service, and we have a crying room located in the back of the main sanctuary.
Sign in System
For the well-being of our babies (and parents!), EBC requires each child to be signed in and the parent/caretaker given 2 stickers. One will be on the child's back during nursery and the other will be kept by the parent until pickup. No one will be allowed to pick up your baby without presenting the sticker. This system is for the protection of your child. If any problems occur while caring for your child during the service, a nursery worker will come and get you in the service so we can work together to give the best possible care to your child.