PathFinders is our Sunday environment for kids in 4k preschool and Kindergarten-5th grade.
PathFinders meet in our upstairs space above 164 Roswell Street.
In PathFinders we believe that following Jesus is an adventure, that the Bible is never boring, and that learning how to apply God’s Word to our lives is always more fun when you can learn it with your friends.
How to get going in PathFinders:
Step 1: Get up and come to church! Whether you are a first time guest, a returning visitor, or a regular to PathFinders, check in at our Information Desk in the 164 space. The space opens and volunteers are ready to greet your children 15 minutes before each service. *Please note doors are locked for security purposes at 15 minutes after the beginning of each service.
Step 2: Get a two-part security tag for your child. One portion of the numbered security tag will stay on your child at all times. You will receive the other portion of the tag with a matching number. You must have this security tag in order to pick up your children!
Step 3: You go to the adult service, and your children start having fun right away!
The Registration Process
All first-time guests are asked to fill out a Guest Registration Card at the Information Desk so that we can get to know your child a little better. If and when you decide to make StoneBridge your church home, you may register your children by completing a Registration Card. At that time, your children will be added to our database, assigned to a small group, and your family will be added to our email update distribution list.
For the protection of your child and other children, parents are requested not to bring a child who appears to be ill into the children’s ministry area. Based on the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a child should not be brought to church when any of the following exists:
- Fever in the last 24 hours
- Vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours
- Common cold (onset through one week)
- Sore throat
- Any unexplained rash or skin infection
- Cloudy or green runny nose
- Pink eye or other eye infections
- Persistent cough or Croup
- Any communicable disease
- Any symptoms of common childhood diseases, such as chicken pox, strep throat, etc.
- Head lice