Lamb of God Early Childhood Ministry

Our Mission

Lamb of God strives to equip students with the tools needed to be lifelong learners and self discoverers. 

Our Philosophy

Lamb of God follows a child development model which incorporates the theories of Piaget, Montessori, Erikson, and others when working with young children. Learning through play is viewed as the cornerstone of our curriculum. Adults provide protection, security, stimulation, support, limits, and affection. Children are respected as individuals within a child-oriented rather than teacher-directed program.

At Lamb of God children are given the opportunity to explore materials and participate in a variety of experiences. Activities are carefully planned and implemented in an open-classroom setting. Children are free to choose from age-appropriate activities including art, music, language development, pre-math skills, science and nature, and dramatic play. Children develop self-esteem, independence and problem-solving skills as they make choices and assist in planning the environment and the activities.

Our primary goal is for children to feel safe and secure. Prior to being independent a child must know that he or she can depend on adults and a predictable environment. Children are treated with respect and kindness. We recognize that children develop at different rates and have different interests. Small group size and appropriate teacher-child ratios allow for meeting the individual needs of each child.

Additionally, children will develop their spirituality and love of God through a Bible story and activity during Chapel time daily. Christian based activities will be included in many of their other experiences during our daily programs. We want all our children to respect their friends, teachers, families and God. We will teach children to show respect and to treat others kindly. Lamb of God is also committed to working closely with parents toward the welfare of the whole child and family.

Program Tuition Information

Each program varies in tuition costs. Please see the registration form for more information. A $100 enrollment fee is due with the student’s application to secure your child’s spot. Sliding scale tuition rates available for families who meet eligibility requirements. Lamb of God also has provider agreements with Raising Riley RIGHT and Department of Children and Families who offer financial aid for child care costs.  

Contact Tynisha Moore, 785-537-8532, for more information. 

Parent Handbook

Student Enrollment Form

LOG Food Program

It is our goal at Lamb of God to provide healthy and varied menu options for our students with an emphasis on whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and essential nutrients such as vitamins A and C, iron, and calcium.

Check out our past menus by clicking on the links below:


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930 Poyntz Avenue

Manhattan, Kansas 66502

(785) 537-8532