Our Children’s Ministry serves children from birth through 5th Grade.
At Trinity Presbyterian, our Children’s Ministry serves infants through 5th grade.
We partner with families in nurturing, teaching, and leading children to know God’s transforming love revealed in Jesus Christ and to respond to that love by centering their lives around Him, loving one another and loving the world.
The children’s ministry consistently provides the following opportunities for our young people:
- Sunday morning nurseries and Children’s Worship for ages birth through Kindergarten
- Sunday School for children in nursery through Fifth Grade
You can download our safety policy HERE, and read over.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subscribe to our YouTube Channel as a way for the parents of children at Trinity Presbyterian Asheville to keep up to date and informed about events in our church and community.
At Trinity, we use an electronic check-in system called Check-Ins from Planning Center Online. Check-Ins provides safety and security to our program for YOUR children!
We highly value security. Therefore, ALL children in Children’s Ministry will need to check-in.
Check-In nametags have a place for important allergy and/or medical information. Information is printed in a small black line. The presence of the line alerts caregivers to important information. If your child has allergies or medical conditions that caregivers/teachers need to be aware of, please email email@example.com as soon as possible, so this information can be added.
Teachers are NOT permitted to dismiss a child without a parent receipt sticker with an alphanumeric code matching that of the child’s. If you lose your receipt sticker, please see the Children’s Ministry staff.
With a degree in elementary education and a Master’s degree specializing in Differentiated Instruction, Megan has taught children, as well as led and partnered with teachers as an instructional coach in the field of education for over 15 years. As the Director for Children’s Ministry, she loves equipping volunteers and parents to help kids love and live for Jesus. Megan is a native to North Carolina, and after living on the west coast for 10 years, made her way back to the state, but this time the mountains of Asheville. She and her husband have lived here for 15 years and enjoy evenings and weekends that often include dancing in the living room with their 3-year-old son. She also enjoys long runs or hikes outdoors and a good cup of Cuban coffee.