All of our Christian Formation and Fellowship Programs are shut down at this time due to the rising number of Covid cases.
We invite members and guests to be spiritually nourished by spending two hours with us on Sundays—one hour in worship and one hour in Christian Education. Starting in October, our Education Hour for all ages and stages will be from 11:10-Noon.
Adults are invited to join us for “sacred conversations about life” at The Forum when we will have guest speakers, clergy, and members of our congregation presenting about a broad variety of topics that are relevant to the life of faith. Join us on Sundays beginning this October for coffee and The Forum at 11:10-Noon in the church.
Youth in middle school and high school are invited to gather for various events and meetings. Stay tuned for more information about our fall schedule of events.
Elementary school aged children who are in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades get together on Sundays in the Club House for games, check-in, Bible stories, and crafts. Programs are based on the Episcopal curriculum for children called “Weaving God’s Promises.” On Sundays beginning this October, kids will be invited to join this group from 11:10-Noon.
Our group for older 5s, 6s, and all 1st graders, is led by our team of volunteer Sunday School leaders, who are mostly parents of the kids, and who enjoy the community that is created by raising children together in the Christian Faith. Age appropriate programs are based on the Episcopal curriculum “Weaving God’s Promises.” Beginning in October.
This group is for our youngest Sunday School children and includes older 3s, all 4s, and younger 5s. In order to participate, children must be 100% independent in the bathroom, and be willing to sit in a circle while taking part in the program. This group bases it’s content on the Episcopal curriculum “Weaving God’s Promises.” We are fortunate to have an experienced Christian educator leading this group, Eileen Donahue Brittain, assisted by volunteers. If you have questions about your child’s readiness for Sunday School, please contact Connie Saeger-Proctor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Click here to view a blog post written by The Rev. Mary Luck Stanley on “Helping Children to Find Faith.”
This program is intended to support infants and toddlers while their parents are participating in worship and the education hour. Our Nursery Teachers, Theresa Pearson and Qiana Scott, have been with us since 2006, and they both have degrees in early childhood education. We are fortunate to have some adult volunteers involved, and we love having parents in the nursery as well. Infants who are three months and older are welcome, as are toddlers through the age of three years old.
Requirements for using Nursery Care include:
- Parents must leave their cell phone numbers so that they may be called if their child becomes upset
- Fully Stocked Diaper Bags should be dropped off with the child’s name on the bag
- Children must be dropped off and picked up by adults only, and not by siblings
- The Nursery is for infants who are three months and older through three year olds
For more information, please view the following letter from The Rev. Mary Luck Stanley. Click here.