Children and Youth Christian Education
- Sunday School
- Nursery Care
- Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
- The Faith Weavers
- J2A - Youth Group
- Music Sessions
9:00 a.m. to 10:10 a.m.
All Sunday School classes and the Nursery are located on the lower level, below the sanctuary, beginning at 9:00 a.m.
care is provided for children up to age three.
It is available during both the Sunday School hour (9:00 a.m. to
10:15 a.m.) and during the 10:15 a.m. service.
Our nursery is a warm and welcoming place where your child is
cared for by a member of our staff
and a volunteer assistant.
Staffed by a paid professional and volunteers.↑ Return to Top
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
For Dedication, look here.Return to Top
The Faith Weavers Grades 4 and 5 Here
exciting and interactive Church School program is provided for our
children using the “Seasons of the Spirit” curriculum.
This is a creative and comprehensive teaching tool that lays the
building blocks on which children can grow in their Christian faith and
apply it to their world today.
This curriculum is also based on the Episcopal
In this Sunday School Class, the children will have lots of
fun with crafts, storytelling, games, music, puppets, scripture and
Rite-13 Ages 11 to 13
For middle school students, Journey to Adulthood's multiyear youth ministry is designed to build community and faith. To help our youth grow toward adulthood they are taught Bible stories that relate to their self, society, sexuality, and spirituality. Classes are based on Bible study, discussion, fun activities, food, and building friendships with each other and with our mentors. As members of the group turn 13, there is a semi-formal dinner and reception for the class and families followed by the Celebration of Manhood and Womanhood that takes place at our worship service, acknowledging a new step toward adulthood.↑ Return to Top
J2A - Journey to Adulthood
our middle and high school students, “Journey to Adulthood,” a two
part, multiyear youth ministry curriculum, designed to build community
and faith, is used. To help
our youth grow toward adulthood they are taught Bible stories that
relate to their self, society, sexuality and spirituality.
Classes are based on Bible study, discussion, fun activities,
food and building friendships with each other and with their mentors.
As the Rite 13 group reaches their 13th
birthday, there is a semi-formal dinner and reception for the class and
families followed by the Celebration of Manhood and Womanhood that
takes place at our worship service, acknowledging a new step toward
adulthood. For the older group, Confirmation preparation is typically
included in their first year of J2A also. Teachers for this program are
known as mentors.
Our youth choir, which has morphed into Chancel Opera preparations, meets every Saturday during the school year from 5-6 p.m. at the home of the director. Our Chancel Opera preparation now includes adult singers along with the youth from within and outside of our parish family.↑ Return to Top