Kids of All Ages

But Jesus called them to him, saying, “Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God. – Luke 18:16

All children, all ages, are welcome to participate in all events. The possibilities are endless. This includes being part of the service, participating in studies, performing readings or music, helping at dinners, or even helping out with taking care of the parish.

We welcome children to our service. We love their noises and it brings joy to our hearts. All of our services are family friendly and we can’t wait to see yours! We offer activities for the kids to do during the service while they stay with their families in church. Just see one of the ushers and they can show you where the activity packets are for each age group.

We’re excited to announce a NEW feature of Children’s Worship Bulletins that will have children lining up to get their bulletin this Sunday! That’s because they’ll be looking forward to the secret code on the front of the bulletin that unlocks hours of fun learning at home.

This secret code is unique to our church and allows SAFE and secure access to online games that reinforce the message for the week. You can continue Bible learning and discussion at home — while protecting children from the hazards of general Internet game sites.

Several games are rotated — Memory Match, Word Search, Gems of the Bible and Coloring Book — so each week kids have something new to play. The games are geared toward all age levels, so everyone can join in the fun!

If there are any children interested in being part of the service (acolyting, ushering, etc), just let us know and we can provide that as well.

We are so proud of our youth and their passion for service. There are many other activities our kids participate in. They help the Gardening Guild, the Altar Guild, play music during the services, and bake cookies for Coffee Hour. There is something for everyone. Come join us and enjoy watching your kids find their place in our family.

Make sure your child grabs this Sunday’s Children’s Bulletin for fun activities to do while in church. Each bulletin is designed to match up with what the “grown-ups” are learning too.