What to Expect
Sundays are all about Jesus. We believe that when we as a church gather together with one heart and voice, amazing things happen. When we sing, share stories of how God is active today, and explore the scriptures together our faith and knowledge of God grows. Whether it’s your first time in church, or you’ve been attending your whole life, you will find a place to belong
If this is your first Sunday joining with us, we want you to know you can come dressed comfortably. We like to enjoy each others company as a community and so we encourage you to stay after the service to connect and grab a coffee. You may also find a delicious treat to enjoy with that coffee! Our community loves to eat so come, join us around the snack table!
Quick Note: We attempt to be a scent-free church so avoid any perfume or colognes if possible!
Stanley Park Community Church
Growing in the knowledge, lifestyle and likeness of Jesus
9 Dreger Avenue
Kitchener, ON, Canada
On a Sunday morning, we want your family to feel at home. Here’s a little of what you and your children can expect when you join us in person:
- Our venue can accommodate strollers!
- When you arrive, there is a Kids check-in table where you will be asked to sign your child into the group they will be joining mid-service.
- Only you, as their guardian, can check out your child after (or during) the service. This is done in each classroom.
In our Nursery, the littlest of littles will learn about Jesus through a safe learning environment full of age appropriate play and meaningful, loving interaction with our team members.
Ages: Baby to 24 Months
In Tiny Tots, young children will have fun learning about Jesus through age appropriate play, exciting crafts, activities and stories that take them on an adventure!
Ages: 2 to 4 Years
Grade 1 – 4
Kids will meet within a larger group, with the Grade 5 to 6’s, to be introduced to the day’s lesson. Then, they will break off into age-specific groups where they’ll talk and explore how to practically apply what they are learning to their everyday lives.
Ages: Grades 1 to 4
Grade 5 – 6
Kids will meet within a larger group, with the Grade 1 to 4’s, to be introduced to the day’s lesson. Then, they will break off into age-specific groups where they’ll talk and explore how to practically apply what they are learning to their everyday lives.
Ages: Grades 5 to 6