Children's Ministries

Grace Anglican Church’s Children’s Ministry welcomes all children and provides a safe, nurturing environment to learn about the character and nature of God, what it means to be a human being in a fallen world, and the Good News for them in the person and work of Jesus Christ. It is the desire of Grace Anglican Church that children in this ministry repent and believe the gospel, and that the Lord would direct their hearts to the love of God.

On Sunday mornings, our main children's ministries are our Sunday School and our Nursery.

Sunday School

Beginning at 11:00 am (and running until 11:45) our Sunday School will meet in the library under the direction of our two wonderful teachers, Jill Keeney and Janet Dannaher. We are excited to walk through the Bible together—seeing Jesus in every story with a curriculum called The Gospel Project!

We will be singing, hearing from God’s Word, memorizing scripture, and answering questions about who God is and what He has done for us.


Children of all ages are always welcome in the service; there are tables at which you can sit as a family and coloring sheets are provided. For your convenience, our nursery (which opens at 9:15 am) is available for children who have not yet started kindergarten.

We have a computerized check-in system at the nursery; each child will receive a sticker with a unique alpha-numeric code that matches a sticker given to the parent. We have background-checked and trained nursery staff. The safety of your child is our first priority.

Meet Our Nursery Staff

Cheyanne Burton
Cheyanne moved to Louisville from Louisa, KY in 2016. When she is not caring for the kids of Grace Anglican, she spends time with her husband Parry, daughter Marcy, and Labrador mix and works as a Chromatographist at Extract Labs. She and her husband both serve in the Army National Guard.

Haylee Kantor
Haylee was born and raised here in Kentucky and has been living in Prospect since she was four years old. Haylee enjoys working with children and values her time with them. Having been a dancer for 15 years at Gillman’s Dance Academy, she has taught dance classes for a wide age range of children. She also frequently cares for children in their homes. 

Jenny Stekardis

Jenny has lived in Prospect for the past fourteen years. She has worked with children as both a tutor and a caretaker, and greatly enjoys these opportunities. In her spare time, Jenny plays tennis, bakes, and volunteers in her community.

Emily Stekardis

Emily was born in Commack, New York and has lived in Prospect, Kentucky since 2004. Emily enjoys being around children and helping them become their best selves. In her free time, Emily likes to sing and play with her dog Harlow.

Well Child Policy

We know kids get sick! While sharing is a good thing, sharing illness isn’t so fun. If your child has any of the following symptoms, we ask that they rest at home or with parents during worship: 

  • Temperature of 100 degrees or higher in the last 24 hours
  • Vomiting in the last 24 hours
  • Diarrhea in the last 24 hours
  • Severe Coughing in the last 24 hours
  • Colored nasal drainage
  • Pink eye
  • Head lice
  • Undiagnosed rash
  • Open skin lesions
  • Hand-Foot-Mouth Disease (last 14 days)
  • Any infectious disease