Rolling out The Hub
What’s all the hubbub in Children’s Ministry? The Deep End is no more. St. Andrew’s Ministry to kids from 6 weeks to 5th grade will now be called “The Hub.” The Hub is a gathering for kids on Sundays and Wednesdays to learn more about God and to grow in their faith. But The Hub is not the final destination. The Hub will encourage and equip kids to go out and love and serve the Lord.
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Children’s Ministry in Mt. Pleasant is known as “The Hub” and takes place at Mount Pleasant Academy (635 Center St) and on the main campus (440Whilden St.).
Where Does My Child Go?
If this is your first visit, we ask that you bring your children, regardless of age, to check-in. Children’s Ministry opens 15 minutes before the beginning of each service.
- Mt Pleasant Academy – Check in when you arrive and we’ll direct you to the proper place.
- Historic Church – Follow the signs in the courtyard to check-in.
Parents of children 6 weeks old to 5K need to bring their child to sign them in. You can pick them up for Communion or after the service is over whichever you prefer.
Children in 1st through 5th grade will go into the service with their parents and follow the cross to the Hub during worship. We will bring them back to join their families for Communion.
Children of all ages 6 weeks through 5th grade need to be checked in by staff in the Hub Annex.
What Happens in the Hub?
Infants – 5K
Time spent in the Hub during Sunday and Wednesday worship services typically includes play, a Bible lesson, arts and crafts, and a snack. A wide range of developmentally appropriate toys and books are available in all classrooms. Children will also enjoy playing outside on our playground as time and weather permit.
We rely on text messaging to contact parents during a service. Please put your phone on ‘silent’ but keep it on.
On Sundays we connect kids to the presence and power of Jesus through worship, prayer and teaching. We also break into small groups for activities and discussion that enrich the teaching and build community.
On Wednesdays kids gather for a time of fun and engaging discipleship.