TLC Christian Preschool

73 Lancaster Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Massachusetts US
Phone Number: 
(508) 753-2989 x17
Open year round and will follow the Worcester Public School's closings for inclement weather
7:30 am-5:30 pm
7:30 am-5:30 pm
7:30 am-5:30 pm
7:30 am-5:30 pm
7:30 am-5:30 pm
Year Founded: 
Patti McAuliffe

TLC Christian preschool is a ministry of Trinity Lutheran Church. Our main objective is to uphold Christian values through teaching and relating to children. Christian concepts are modeled through prayers at snack time, chapel services and celebrations of religious holidays.
The goal of TLC Christian preschool is to provide a loving and nurturing environment for children of church members as well as children from the community.
Our primary objectives are to

  • Provide a safe environment where all children can realize their fullest potential;
  • Provide first-hand experiences that are challenging and meaningful;
  • Stimulate learning through guidance, curiosity and language skills;
  • Base our curriculum on individual differences and abilities

We are open September thru June.

Agency Information
Infant Openings: 
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Preschool Rates: 
Please call for rates.
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NAEYC Accredidation: 
Teacher to Child Ratio: 

1 teacher to 7 students

Childcare Agency of the Month Questions
What do you want the children in your care to gain while in your program?: 

We want them to experience hands on learning in an atmosphere rich in language, literacy and developmentally appropriate materials. We want them to gain a love of learning that will help build the foundation for their academic career.

What sets your Agency apart from the other area Agencies?: 

We are a Christian preschool located inside Trinity Lutheran Church. We welcome all families from all faiths. We have a beautiful space, which allows functions to be held, full kitchen use, a full size gym, chapel time and music classes. We implement outreach programs into our monthly curriculum teaching the children about others in our community.

Do you have the resources to accept special needs children?: 


What is your Agency’s educational philosophy?: 

Young children learn through interaction with their environment and with the people around them. They use their bodies, senses, feelings, and minds to explore their internal and external worlds. This exploration is most successful in a safe and predictable environment. It is the task of early childhood teachers to use their knowledge of the sequence and scope of normal development to provide opportunities for discovery and invention.

Have you had an “aha” moment with a child and/or a surprising result from the use of a classroom activity?: 

On a rainy day, we discussed with the children how we could use the rain to create an art project. We had several art mediums out for them to look through. The children picked powder tempera to use. The children sprinkled multiple colors of the powdered paint on tag board. We then walked our paper outside and placed it on the sidewalk. We watched in anticipation to see if the rain would enjoy creating artwork. Low and behold, the art turned out beautiful and we were able to conclude you can use rain to create art. We then created a story that the children dictated about our experiment.

Is there anything else about your Agency that you would like to be mentioned?: 

We are a small community and value our interactions with the children and families. We understand the ebb and flow of parenting and are here to stand beside you on your most important journey.