Mother’s Day Out
“And He took the children in his arms, put his hands on them and blessed them.”
Epiphany Lutheran Church
5515 West Broadway
Pearland, Texas 77581
Phone: 281-485-7896
Fax: 281-485-5040
Hours of Operation
Tuesday/Thursday Program     9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday/Friday Program     9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
We observe all Pearland ISD (PISD) holidays.
Please check the PISD calendar for closures.
The mission statement of Epiphany Lutheran Church is to help people grow into a living relationship with Jesus and His Church through worship and fellowship; to understand God’s purpose for their life through Bible study and prayer; and to go forth as Jesus’ Ambassadors to care for and share His Good News with all people.
Epiphany Lutheran Church Mother’s Day Out is licensed by the state and was established to help meet the needs of young families in the Pearland community.  It is our calling and privilege to provide a program where children are cared for in a loving and secure environment, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ through everyday activities. Children attend chapel in the sanctuary on a weekly basis where they experience worship and singing.
We are committed to the belief that “children learn by doing.”  In partnership with parents, we provide well balanced, age appropriate activities, including the introduction of colors, numbers, shapes and the alphabet.  Social skills are a very important part of being a preschool child.  Classroom activities focus on the importance of sharing, listening and cooperative play.  All classes will enjoy enrichment activities that will include PE to focus on gross motor skills while enriching their language development through music.
Our Pre-K 4 classes focus on preparing the children for Kindergarten in a variety of fun ways. This includes encouraging independence, expanding fine and gross motor skills, reading readiness, and math/science concepts.  Circle time is used to introduce new concepts, including the calendar, show and tell, student of the week, etc.  Creativity is promoted through the use of centers, art and music.