Jesus called them unto him and said, 'Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of God. Verily I say unto you, whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein.
Are you looking for someone who will take good care of your child while also helping to guide them on the path to salvation? At Westchester Christian Child Care Center, we provide loving care to nurture a child's physical and mental growth as well as their faith in the Lord. We provide a safe, welcoming home away from home for children and work to teach them Christian values as well as the skills that will form the foundation of their future education and development.
Under the leadership of center director and lifelong Christian Kristina Proctor, our full-day child care programs teach gross and fine motor skills, kindness and respect for others, and early literacy skills that prepare children for school, as well as basic tenets of our faith at a level that's age-appropriate. In our before-and-after-school program, we progress to studying lessons from the Bible, singing hymns and other songs of praise, and learning to recite the Lord's Prayer. Our center is open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and parents are welcome to stop in at any time during the day to visit their children or to speak with our staff.
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At the Westchester Christian Child Care Center, we do more than just take care of children. We believe that all children are a gift from God, and as such, we do our utmost to nurture their physical, mental, and spiritual growth and surround them with love as well as a stimulating environment where they can develop both their skills and their self-esteem. We aim to instill Christian values in all of our students, setting them on the right path so that they will become moral and compassionate people as they grow toward their teenage years and adulthood.