Methodist Children's Village opened in 1974 as a mission of the United Methodist Church and continues to serve children from birth to 5 years, irrespective of income, race or religion. As a mission of the church we offer our resources in meeting needs of families. Priority enrollment is given to children and families in crisis. The Center operates as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization; contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Our mission is two fold:
1) Enhancing the quality of young children's lives through nurturing, early intervention, and developmentally-based education.
2) Meeting the child and family's interconnected needs by supporting parents ability to nourish and cherish their children.
Our ethics and integrity reflect the highest professional child care standards and our commitment to Judeao-Christian family values.
To combine the spontaneous play of children and the organized efforts of child development specialists to provide an optimal learning environment so that 100% of our children are prepared to reach their full potential in every aspect of their lives. And to foster concepts of courtesy, honesty and respect in building and maintaining relationships.