Looking for a safe, socially-distanced, in-person worship option for your family on Sunday mornings? We’ve got you covered!
EGC Kids for Families is held at our Lima Campus on Sunday mornings. Families worship together in the main auditorium and are then dismissed to join our EGC Kids team in the large grade school room in the kid’s wing for a live kids’ message and games and activities your whole family can participate in together.
Lessons and activities are geared toward preschool through early elementary children, though all ages are welcome to attend!
Note: To ensure this service remains a safe, fun place for all of our families, we will be adhering to all NYS and CDC social distancing guidelines. Please read through the full list of guidelines below so that your family can plan accordingly!
EGC Kids For Families Guidelines:
At least one parent or guardian must attend with child(ren). There will be no EGC kids check-in at this time.
All attendees are required to maintain 6-foot distancing from other families while in the building. We realize that some families get together throughout the week, but we ask that you remain with your individual family for this service.We will be adhering to all NYS and CDC social distancing guidelines including (but not limited to):
- Masks: All family members over age 2 must wear a mask at all times (unless seated and at least 6 feet from other families). We will have the room appropriately spaced for distancing; however, masks must be worn for games, activities, and singing. If you do not have a mask, we will have some available.
- Limited Capacity: We will be limiting the capacity in the room to maintain social distancing. At this time, pre-registration is not required.
- No shared items: Games and activities will be prepared that do not require sharing of supplies.
If you are sick (coughing, fever, vomiting, etc.) or have been around those who are sick, please remain home that morning.
We recommend that you adhere to the 14-day quarantine if you have traveled to one of the states in the updated list in the New York guidelines. You can find that list here.