Nursery Care Ages 0-3: 9:15 am-11:45 am

Stocked witMOPS playdate2h books, snacks, and toys, with an experienced staff, our nursery offers two separate areas for infants and toddlers.

If your child has particular needs that we might be able to prepare for on your first visit, and for all other questions , please contact Fr. Seth Dietrich.




Nursery Staff

Margaret Mueller

“I love working with kids – I worked at Milestones Programs for Children as a head teacher for a few years, and then I became the practice manager at a pediatric dental office in Cedarburg. Right now, I am working towards a master’s degree in Accounting and working as an intern with an equity team at Wells Capital Management. I am a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and last winter I adopted a deaf pitbull/dalmatian mix, so she takes up a lot of my time, too! “

Rachel Dargle

“I graduated from UW- Milwaukee with a BA in Political Science. I currently work as a paralegal doing defense litigation. I have over 15 years of experience in working with children, from teaching preschool, babysitting, VBS, summer camp counselor, to being a big sister! I look forward to getting to know your child and your family!”

Kate Harms

“HI! My name is Kate Harms. I am a graduate of Whitefish Bay High School and a sophomore at Alverno, where I am currently studying psychology and religious studies. After graduation, I plan to pursue a master’s degree in special education and obtain my licensure so that I can work with Early Childhood and children who are on the autism spectrum. I currently work as a tutor at Alverno. My faith is extremely important to me. I also enjoy spending time with family and friends, and traveling. Please stop by the nursery to say hello!”

Emily Dettinger

“I have loved working at Christ Church for the past year. Besides working here I work at the Wisconsin Athletic Club’s Kids Clubhouse. I also volunteer at Children’s Hospital and help run two clubs at Whitefish Bay high school where I am a senior. I plan to attend UWM fall of 2018.”