COVID-19: Response:

Due to the current coronavirus situation, NQACC is taking extra precautions to make sure our center is staying clean. Please email the NQACC office if you have any questions.

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North Queen Anne Child Care

Hours: M-F, 8:00am - 5:00 pm
(7:30am - 6:00pm starting in 2021-2022 school year)

Phone: 206-281-2919


Dear Families,


Welcome to NQACC! Our center was originally opened as North Queen Anne Day Care on January 1, 1969 as an outreach ministry of Seattle First Free Methodist Church, and to this day we continue to operate as a ministry of FFMC.

Although we have a long tradition of providing excellent care, it is our goal to continuously improve by investing in the development of our staff, gaining more knowledge of early childhood education, and growing our community.

We are proud of the program we have created, but we also recognize that the choice to send your child to care is often a difficult one and it requires a tremendous amount of trust, so we do not take the privilege and honor of coming alongside you in raising your children, lightly. Our teachers are dedicated, well trained, and eager to both challenge and support your child as they develop a love for both learning and the people around them.   

We believe every child deserves the opportunity to learn in a safe and nurturing environment, regardless of their circumstances, so it is our priority to offer scholarship funds when we can and to partner with parents through all of life’s peaks and valleys.

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Our Vision

A learning center guided by Christian principles and values providing the highest quality care for young children and their families.

Our Mission

To extend the ministry of First Free Methodist Church by providing affordable, quality child care in a loving and stimulating environment, and to provide a nurturing environment which respects children and families and promotes positive, Christian values.

Our Philosophy

We believe that home and family are the principle influences in shaping the body, mind, and soul of a child in their formative years. Teachers and staff seek to work together with parents to provide a nurturing environment that will begin a lifelong love of learning.