“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.” Galatians 5:22-23
Each child is loved and met where they are in their social, physical, cognitive and spiritual development by our caregivers. They are empowered to solve problems, try new things, and collaborate with others. Daily routines are structured to incorporate play, songs, sensory, fine and large motor development, and most importantly Jesus time.
Our caregivers foster curiosity, positive relationships, and a passion for learning. It is a joy and honor to partner with parents in the care and development of each precious child!
FAITH | LOVE | PLAY | NATURE
We share the love of Jesus with our children through loving interactions, Bible stories, Christian songs, and dance. We pray at meal and snack times and model prayers of thanksgiving and praise throughout the day. Once a week, our Senior Pastor leads worship with the little ones.
Children in our care are given space and freedom to be thinkers and doers, laying a foundation for learning and working on life skills. We invite children to explore their world in order to create opportunities for learning and development. Our caregivers provide mindful interactions and individually responsive care.
Children are encouraged to satisfy their natural curiosity, make discoveries, experiment, and appreciate God’s creation.
Trinity is blessed with 40 acres of nature to explore and play in. In addition to the playground, children hike in the woods in all seasons, explore the Little Menomonee Creek, and run through open fields. In our Creator’s Classroom they have fun in the mud kitchen, swing under old trees, balance on logs, create play stories in the fort, investigate worms and other creatures, and splash in puddles. During the summer, they are allowed to experience lots of water play and in the winter they have many opportunities to play in the snow.
Trinity Lutheran Early Childhood Center of Freistadt is operated by Trinity Lutheran Church of Freistadt and practices the teachings of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in its programs.