Nursery Ministry

Sunday 8:00 a.m. to noon, there is care for children birth to 5 years. Parents who seek supportive care during worship are welcome to leave their children in our Nursery. It is a fun and safe environment for our children. Most parents pick-up their children right before Communion because all baptized children are welcome to receive Holy Eucharist so they will never remember a time when they did not participate in this sacrament.

4 to 5 Club

Our “4 to 5 Club” meets during the school year on Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:00 pm for children from 4-years-old though 5th grade. Children enjoy songs, crafts, storytelling, games and more. Parents can sign up by calling the church office.

**If the Jefferson County Schools are closed due to the weather, the 4 to 5 Club will also be cancelled.


Acolytes serve as a helper to the priest during the worship service. They perform a number of important functions before, during, and after the close of the worship service. Both adults and youth can serve as acolytes. Contact the priest if you are interested in serving.

**For more information on our youth programs download our Children’s Brochure .

Youth Church School

Christian education and formation is available for all ages (3 years old to adult) on Sunday mornings. Church School is offered from 9:15 am to 10:15 am every Sunday from September to May.

Nursery and Activity Center

During Church School, the nursery remains open for infants, toddlers, and 2 year olds.  We also provide an Activity Center for children through 1st grade.


Our Preschool has a fifty-year history of providing loving and professional care and education for children ages 2, 3 and 4. We also provide Child’s Day Out (“Afternoon Adventures”). Our program and staff are carefully chosen under the guidance of our Director, Robyn Fischer, 491-7418.


For three-years-old through sixth grade “Pray, Love, Aspire and Yearn (PLAY) Lectionary based Program” meets at 9:15 am.

“Weaving God’s Promises”

This program teaches children and youth how God’s promises of salvation are woven into our lives. It’s goal is to foster the spiritual formation and growth of our children and youth in Christ’s love and mercy and to teach the spirit of forgiveness and reconciliation.

Journey to Adulthood

“Journey to Adulthood” continues to guide youth 9th grade and up with spiritual formation that provides a liturgical framework for their experience in the modern culture and celebrates their individuality and their creative potential. Youth are provided with skills needed for successful participation in church and society, and are helped to move from the faith of their parents to making faith their own.