Children @ NLC
Children are a key component in church life. They bring wonder and laughter into our lives. Children’s and Family Ministry gathers and celebrates children while fostering love of Jesus Christ in a warm and loving community of faith.
- We help children discover God’s love and live their faith every day.
- We offer an innovative partnership that recognizes parents as the most important person in a child’s faith development.
- Both adults and children will grow in relationship with God and each other.
During your child’s preschool and elementary years, join us for Sunday School and Faith Markers.
Celebrate their First Communion with us.
Have a child who loves music? Learn more about our Children’s Choirs.
Sunday School Registration
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Children's Choirs Registration
Kids Faith Connect (KFC)
Wednesdays, September 20, 2017 - May 9, 2017 | 5:15-6:45 pm* | Back of Fellowship Hall*
Kids' Faith Connect brings kids (K-6th grade) together to connect with their friends in faith while their parents do the same at Normandale. We will have crafts, games, and a lot of fun. Questions? Contact Kari Warnke at email@example.com or 952.929.1697 x350.
*KFC will be 5:15-6:45 in the back of Fellowship Hall until the construction is completed in the fall of 2017.
Please note, parents must remain in the building while their children are at KFC.
Early Childhood Education - Blessing Place & Preschool
In connection with our mission to serve children, Normandale offers two early childhood education/preschool programs.
Blessing Place is a toddler preschool program for children 18 to 33 months. Offered Monday-Friday from 9:00-12:00 noon, the program incorporates a faith-based curriculum especially designed for young children.
Normandale Preschool offers a faith-based educational experience for preschool children ages 33 months to 5 years. Since 1973, the preschool has partnered with families in the community and schools in Edina to nurture and serve the educational needs of preschool-age children.