DRESS UP SUNDAY | Nov. 4
Glow Party Sunday | Jan. 27
Pajama Sunday | Mar. 10
Easter Sunday | Apr. 21
Events & More
Oct. 26-27. | Theater
Nov. 18 | 12:30 p.m. | Tiny Valley
May 22 | 6:30 p.m. | Atrium
1st Sunday Monthly | 11 a.m. | Student Center
Every volunteer has attended training and been screened with an application, references, and an approved background check. We also maintain strict teacher-to-child ratios to ensure safe care. Parents are encouraged to be involved with their child’s faith at home and at church.
New Volunteer Training is the first Sunday of every month at 11 a.m. in the Student Center if you’d like to join us!
Our electronic check-in system allows us to keep your child safe, contact you if necessary, and keep accurate attendance records. To check your child in, visit a check-in kiosk and enter your phone number.
If you’re visiting Cedar Valley, you can add your family to our electronic system in one of two ways:
1. Fill out this form by noon on the Thursday before your visit.
2. Talk to a check-in volunteer when you arrive.
If this is a one-time visit and your family doesn’t need to be added to the electronic system, talk with a check-in volunteer when you arrive.
During class, children are encouraged to be as sanitary as possible. Everyone uses hand sanitizer or washes their hands before snack time and after restroom breaks. The Tiny Valley classrooms and restrooms are cleaned regularly.
Toy Cleaning in the Baby Nursery: Toys are set aside after each service/single use and run through an industrial dishwasher before they’re used again. This keeps our environment safe for babies and families. This keeps our environment safe for babies and families.
The early childhood rooms are also deep-cleaned and completely sanitized every quarter. During the deep-cleaning process, all small toys are run through our industrial dishwasher. Tables, counters, walls, riding toys, kitchen sets—everything is wiped down with Shaklee concentrated Germicide Basic-G cleaner and extra hot soapy water
Child Wellness Policy
Let us know of any allergies or medical conditions your child may have. If they have food allergies, please let us know and we’ll put a special sticker on their nametag so teachers will see it at snack time.
For health standards, children must be free from fever or symptoms of a contagious disease or must have already been on medication for a full 24 hours prior to being in a classroom.
For your child's comfort and safety and the health of the other kids and volunteers, don't bring your child to Tiny Valley if he or she has any of these symptoms:
- Earache or a toothache
- Runny nose w/ ample flow
- Sore throat
- Yellowish skin or eyes
Hacking or wet cough
*Please use good judgment if your child is experiencing symptoms not listed above.
On Sunday mornings, a Nursing Mothers Room is available on the south side of the Student Center. In addition, the East and West Sanctuary bathrooms are equipped with comfortable seating and changing tables for use.
The Nursing Mothers Room and the Sanctuary bathrooms are also set up with a live video feed of the Sunday services.