The nursery is for children newborn through 2 years old and is located on the north end of the main Worship Center building, which can be accessed through the main lobby.
We know leaving your young child in someone else's care can be stressful. Our nursery staff is trained and prepared to make every drop-off a loving and easy process.
What to bring?
- Diaper bag
- Diapers (disposable only please)
- Pacifier and clip
- Drinking cups
- A change of clothes
- Please do not bring toys from home
Please label anything you bring with your name so that we can make sure that picking your child up is as easy as it is to drop them off.
Serving in Highlands Kids is an awesome experience in introducing Jesus to the next generation of the church - and we would love your help! Complete our Family Ministries Connection Form to get started.
We provide a nursing "Mom's Room" for your privacy accessed through a door inside the Worship Center on the north end of the auditorium. Enjoy comfortable rocking chairs and a live video feed of the worship service so you won't miss a thing!
Bring your kids ages 0-4 and come hang out with your friends and theirs at this FREE event at Highlands in the Worship Center Lobby on Monday mornings! Held on Monday mornings throughout the year from 9:30-11:00am. What's not to love about a free, indoor event and a chance to visit with friends?
Stay tuned for upcoming dates!
Child dedication is a public commitment parents make before God, the church, and their families to lead and spiritually nurture their children. Highlands holds child dedications three or four times per year during regular Sunday worship services. Parents must attend a brief pre-dedication meeting held the week before a dedication Sunday. Email Doug Farrington at to find out more or to sign up.
A NOTE ABOUT SECURITY
Every nursery caregiver and committed volunteer has been given an extensive background check and has completed a thorough application process. We have a security sticker check-in system upon arrival, and children will only be released to the parents or caregivers who checked them in.