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Sunday Mornings

Things you should know:

If you’re visiting Orchard for the first time, here are a few things you should know:

  1. Check-in at the Kids Check-In table located by the main stairs leading up to the patio. We use an electronic check-in system. If you are new, the registration only takes a couple of minutes.
  2. Our Check-In system prints a Security Tag that matches your children(s) name tag and will be used when you pick up your child.

Where does my child go on Sunday Mornings?

Toddlers PlayingNewborns – 3 Years: Sheryl’s SonFlower Nursery

The nursery is available during both services and is staffed by qualified and trained volunteers. Leaver your cell phone number with the nursery staff so they can alert you if a need arises. Worship with peace of mind! The nursery is also a place that mothers can go to nurse their babies. There is also a room in the back corner of the Worship Building where a parent can stay with a crying baby.


Sunday School (9:00 am Service) Preschool to 5th Grade

There are 2 different age-specific classes during the first service. Children Preschool – Kindergarten will meet in room #3. Children 1st-5th grade will meet in room #5. After a large group time, the children will split up into smaller groups. After Worship or your Sunday School class, please pick up your preschooler and kindergartener in room #3 and 1st to 5th grade in classroom #5.


Orchard Kids (10:30 am Service) Preschool to 5th Grade

Boy Praying

Children of all ages worship with their families for the first 15-20 minutes of the service.  Click here Children in Church for more info on children in Worship. After a time of singing, prayer and a Children’s Message, kids will be dismissed to Orchard Kids. After church, pick up Preschooler to Kindergarten grade in room #3, and 1st – 5th graders in room #5.

On the first Sunday of every month, 3rd to 5th graders stay in worship with their parent(s). Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. For more information on what it means for your child to take communion, see: Children and Communion.