Calvary Old Bridge Moms Ministry

Childcare Policies

We consider it a privilege to minister to your children during our meetings! We love to teach them the Word of God and to show them the love of Jesus. Their safety and well being are a priority to us. The following guidelines are therefore in place so that we may best serve you and your children.

Who is teaching and caring for my children?

All of our childcare servants are required to complete background checks and ministry applications that are on file with Calvary Old Bridge.

What can I expect upon signing my children in to their classes?

In following the procedures set forth by Calvary Old Bridge, all servants within the Children's Program will clean classroom tables prior to class beginning, as well as will wipe children's hands upon entering the classroom.

What are the sick policies?

Please do not bring your child if they exhibit any of the following symptoms:

  1. Fever greater than 99.0 currently or within the last 24 hours.
  2. Vomiting, diarrhea or earache.
  3. Runny nose with green or yellow mucus.
  4. Colds or symptoms of a cold (coughing, sneezing, sore throat).
  5. Any unexplained rash or skin infection such as impetigo or ringworm.
  6. Pinkeye or any other eye infection.
  7. Any symptoms of childhood disease such as mumps, measles, or whooping cough.
  8. Any other indication by parent or childcare servant of a possible illness.

Out of consideration for the other families, our servants have been asked not to accept any child into the Children's Program who is ill or appears to be ill. If your child becomes ill during a meeting, you will be notified to come to your child's room.

What about food allergies and medications?

There has been, and will continue to be NO FOOD permitted in Children’s Program classrooms and worship areas before, during, or after classes and common worship periods. Furthermore, no one is permitted to eat food on the way into or out of the Children’s Ministry. For more information View the Food Allergy Guildelines.

Please note that servants within the Children's Program are not permitted to administer anything medically related to your children, including Epi pens. Epi pens and other medications must remain with the mother at all times and are not permitted into the classroom.

Thank you for your cooperation as we strive to keep your children happy, safe and healthy.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email or