Preschool and Children

The Church at Nolensville currently meets at the Nolensville Sports Arena at 7235 Haley Industrial Dr in Nolensville.

Right next to the sports arena, in the same building, we have preschool classrooms for birth-age 4, and 2500 sq. ft of children’s ministry space suited for worship, small groups, crafts and games for k-5th grade.

 

Where do I take my children?

Step 1: For kindergarten-5th grade enter through the main worship entrance and make your way to the Children’s ministry check-in station, off the main worship area.

For birth-age 4, make your way to the preschool ministry entrance off the parking lot. Large bow-flag banners will guide the way. 

Step 2: Our check-in stations have friendly volunteers to help you register your child and get them to the right place. 

 

LIFE Groups for Preschool and Children

Sundays  |  9:00 AM and 10:45 AM

LIFE Groups are available for Birth-Kindergartners during worship service. Kindergartners can participate in the K Trail after attending their age-graded LIFE Group.

A Preschool LIFE Group (birth-4) is a Sunday morning experience where children are involved in hands-on Bible learning activities appropriate for their age group. During these activities, teachers communicate the biblical message through the Bible story, Bible verse, and song. Each Sunday teachers help preschoolers make life applications and lay spiritual foundations in the children’s lives.

A Children’s LIFE Group (K-5th grade) is a Sunday morning experience where children are involved in worship through song, fun games and activities, crafts, and small group time around Bible story or passage from the Bible.

Sunday Evening Programming and Childcare (August- May)

While parents attend LIFE Groups on Sunday evenings, preschoolers and children attend All God’s Children Learning Academy (birth-age 4) and Summit Sports (ages 5-grade 5) on Johnson Industrial Blvd. Email mladd@churchatnolensville.com for more information.

Keeping Your Children Safe

When your child is on the campus of our church, his or her safety is our top priority. That’s why we work very hard to have plans in place in the event of an emergency, like a fire or tornado. Read the details of our emergency procedures with Brentwood Baptist here.