ORANGETOWN IS SIMPLE.
It starts with two individual influences in a child’s life:
Alone, these two work hard to ensure that every child has a
But when they’re COMBINED, the home and church will have a
And that is… ORANGETOWN.
Our Sunday morning environment gives your child opportunities to experience worship, Bible truth, acceptance and love from leaders and peers. Our team strives to create an environment that is kid-friendly and Christ-centered. We do all of this using the Orange curriculum created by Reggie Joiner with "Think Orange."
Classes and Locations:
Nursery: 9am | 11am
- Birth to 18 months
Toddlers: 9am | 11am
- 18 months to 3 year olds
Pre-School: 9am | 11am
- 4 to 5 year olds
Elementary: 9am | 11am
- Kindergarten to 5th grade
Koala Club: 11AM
- Kindergarten to 6th grade (Special Needs)
Questions & Answers:
How Do I get started?
Check in your child for the first time at the reception desk in the Orangetown wing near the North entrance. There will be a member of the Orangetown team to help you get started.
What is the check-in & check out process?
Once our team helps you register you kids, you will print out 2 labels. One is for your child & the other is for you to bring back to the class to check-out your child from class. For safety reasons, no other person will be able to check-out your child from class. If you have any questions, any of our team members will be happy to help you.
What if children's leaders need to contact me?
In the event that the orangetown volunteers need to reach you during the service regarding your child, you will be contacted by cell phone or pager.
Diaper changing and potty training?
You will be contacted if your child needs to have his or her diaper changed.
What if my child is sick?
To ensure the health of children and staff, we ask that sick children do not attend orangetown.
What about older kids?
7th Graders through High School are encouraged to sit together in the Youth Section at the front right of church with our Youth Pastor, Caleb Dick. Our Youth enjoy worshipping and being part of our church community with all of us. Wednesday Night is when Ascend Student Ministries meets with focused Bible lessons, Worship, Fellowship...and of course FUN!
What kind of security check do the Orangetown volunteers go through?
Screening for everyone who volunteers with children include criminal background checks as well as additional paperwork and personal interviews with our staff.
How do I serve as a volunteer?
There are many ways you can serve on the Orangetown team. We love for all parents to be on a team, even if it means serving only once a month. Please contact us for information about serving opportunities.
Who can I speak with if I have additional questions?
If you have further questions please contact us by phone at 425-402-1773 or send an email with the form below.