Safety is Our Top Priority

  • Upon check-in, both parents and their children will receive sticker tags with matching alpha-numeric codes. These tags serve two purposes:
    • Parent paging – If a child has a medical or behavioral issue, their security number will be displayed on screen in the adult service to alert parents to go to the Children’s Ministries building for their child.
    • Security – Parents must present their portion of the security tag when picking up their child.
  • We maintain set teacher-to-child ratios so that every classroom has enough supervision to keep kids safe.
  • All of our volunteers in Greenhouse Sprouts are carefully trained and screened.


Children with Special Needs

We welcome all children with special needs at Greenhouse Sprouts- God has blessed us with facilities and a gifted team to disciple kids of all abilities. We even have fully accessible playground to accommodate all children. In order to effectively provide a safe and welcoming experience for your child, please inform our registration staff, and your child’s teacher, how we can best serve your family.

FAQs + Preparation

When does Sprouts meet?
Do you provide diapers and wipes?
Can my child come if they are sick?
How do you handle potty-training at Sprouts?
Will you give my baby a bottle while I'm in service?
Will you keep my child's belongings/diaper bag with them while I'm in service?
Is my child allowed to bring toys to Sprouts?

You Can Make a Difference

Each week at Greenhouse, hundreds of volunteers like you give their time to serve in a variety of different ministries. If you are interested in discipling our little ones, we’d love for you to join our team! Sprouts volunteers and leaders join our Sunday or Wednesday teams to help coordinate services, teach bible stories, lead worship and small groups, and much more.

Become a Leader

Step 1 - Complete Your Background Check
Step 2 - Complete Your Leadership Application
Step 3 - Complete the Online Child Safety Training