Florence Crèche

Florence Crèche was opened in June 2005 by the Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams. It is named after the mother of the Archbishop, Madam Florence Bruce

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Florence Crèche was opened in June 2005 by the Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams. It is named after the mother of the Archbishop, Madam Florence Bruce

The Creche ministers to babies and toddlers the ages of one month to two years. This we do in a warm, hygienic and fully air conditioned environment. The crèche is located just opposite the local languages auditorium and adjacent to the members of the congregation sitting behind o the second level. This is where nursing mothers who have babies in the crèche during the service sit so they can come in to nurse their babies when necessary.

Florence Crèche is open to all parents in the congregation with babies and toddlers for the first two services every Sunday morning i.e. 7 to 9:45 am and 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.

At the crèche, the babies are prayed for and the word of God over them. Then we attend to their physical needs by ensuring they are fed, their diapers are changed and they can sleep comfortably when they want to. Some babies sleep in cots while others like to sleep on the back of the minders the good old traditional African way. We have thirty-five highly committed, warm and dedicated teachers who render service to God in this capacity to ensure babies and their parents are comfortable and blessed during service. We meet every Saturday at 9:30am.

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