Neighborhood Children's Program
The purpose of St. Luke Neighborhood Children's Program (NCP) is to provide care for children in a safe and secure environment. It is an expression of the Church's response to Christ when He said, "Let the children come to me." In a caring Christian atmosphere, the children are encouraged to respect their own and others' rights, to share, and to handle responsibility.
During the school year, NCP offers after-school care for ages 5-10. Children have time to work on homework, exercise, socialize, and enjoy snacks together.
During the summer, NCP is an all-day program, also for children ages 5-10. Activities include supervised trips to a local pool, learning Bible stories, music activities, lunchtime, and nap/quiet time. “Fun Fridays” are very popular among the children with field trips and other special activities.
Taking our philosophy from Luke 2:52, "And Jesus increased in wisdom, and in stature, and in favor with God and man...," we want to help children grow in self-confidence, discover the ability to work and play cooperatively and develop a love and appreciation for each other and the world around them.
For more information, contact the church office at St. Luke or use our “Contact Us” form.
Kaci Farr | Director
Mary Jayson Rogers | Director Designee
Ann Garrison Thomas | Caregiver
Cora Townsend | Caregiver
Maggie Amos | Substitute Caregiver
Pam Field | Substitute Caregiver
Lisa Horton | Office Manager
Board of Directors
Sheryl Stump | President
Claire Rogers | Vice-President
Frances Tims | Secretary
Sandi Melton | Treasurer
Chris Bailey | Member
Rev. Jonathan Speegle | Member
Sue Givens | Member
Bettye Johnston | Member
Elaine Lambert | Member
Sally Rogers | Member