Children of all ages are always welcome in worship at Broadneck Baptist Church. However, if you feel your youngest ones would do better with some toys and space to roam, childcare is available for our littlest ones from birth to approximately age 3 on Sunday mornings beginning at 9:45 AM. Our nurseries are located on the lower level of the church.
Tracy Millward-Bourne has been caring for our kids at Broadneck for more than 7 years, working primarily with our toddlers (18 months – 3 years) on Sundays and for special events. A resident of the Cape with two children of her own, Tracy is trained in early childhood education and has worked as a public school teacher as well as a pre-school teacher. We are grateful for the consistent, loving care she gives our little ones every week.
Our baby nursery worker, Rosa Glover, is an experienced mother of grown children and now a grandmother as well. Rosa has cared primarily for our babies (birth – 18 months) since September 2012, and she has long been active working with children in churches as well as doing daycare in her home.
Ensuring Your Child’s Safety: Broadneck has Adult/Child Safety Guidelines in place to help your child have the best possible experience in our care. If you have questions about our policies for making sure enough screened and trained workers are caring for your child each week, just ask.
Children in Worship
It's important to our community that our school-aged children aren't shuttled off to a separate place during worship. Instead, they have the chance to sing, learn, and pray alongside us for much of the worship service before their interactive lesson downstairs.
Learn more about how children are integrated in worship services
Being God's Hands and Feet
As disciples of Jesus, we are all called to reach outward as well as inward to grow in our relationship with God in a wide variety of ways unique to us and our time and place. Join us in helping bring God's kingdom to communities around us - local and international.
Learn more about our work in God's community