We provide developmentally appropriate programs for:
Infants- Ages 6wks to 12 months
Young Toddlers- Ages 12 to 18 months
Toddlers- Ages 18 mos. to 2.5 years
Young Preschool- Ages 2.5 to 3 years
Preschool 3’s- Ages 3 to 4 years
Pre-Kindergarten- Ages 4 to 5 years


Parents may enroll their children for the following
Part day- 8am-12pm
Part week- 2-4 days per week
Full time- 5 days per week
*a minimum of 2 days is required for part-time*


Our teachers are selected for their educational background, their sensitivity, and their professional experiences in the field of early child education. All staff members at CPCC have been thoroughly screened, with background, health and Live Scan clearances. Our teachers are encouraged to further their continuing education through on-going enrollment in college courses and attendance at professional conferences. Our teachers are compensated at a competitive rate, with an attractive benefits package; this helps to ensure our low turn-over rate. One of the trademarks of a high quality, early childhood program, is a low staff turn-over.


Digging in the sand, painting a colorful mess, pounding nails, working puzzles, dressing up, finger painting – all just look like play. To the child it is his/her work! Each activity develops large and small muscles, identifies colors, develops hand-eye coordination, and allows emotional release. Just as a house stands on a secure foundation that can’t be seen, the child needs these kinds of experiences as a foundation for later academic skills and life.


Our outdoor area includes three separate playgrounds for infant, toddler and preschool age groups. They all have age appropriate equipment, playhouses and toys. We recently renovated our Pre-school playground to add a large grassy area for free play, a new concrete pad for the tricycles, chalk drawings, and to keep things clean when we engage in water activities.


Children’s learning and skill acquisition is by nature, but develops at the child’s own pace. Each child is respected and supported at each stage of development as they progress toward their own goals and potential. It is our goal to provide a developmentally appropriate curriculum and expectations for each age group. Our curriculum is developmental, play-based, child-directed, teacher-supported, integrated and emergent.

CPCC features a Artists-in-Residence Program. Local educators in the arts bring their skills and talents to the center and work with small groups of children. At this time, we offer classes in art, music, and yoga every week. These classes offer enrichment to all our students while also supplementing and supporting the classroom curriculum.


The Children’s Center Commission is made up of Church members, current Children’s Center parents, Church and Children’s Center staff. The Commission meets monthly to discuss and implement the on-going business of the Center. A “Parent Forum” is available each month during the first half-hour.