Children, Youth, & Families
St. Paul's is still connecting and supporting children, youth & families even as we navigate this pandemic. As of now, there are no Covid vaccines available for children under 12 years of age. We have suspended our childcare and children's programming for the summer in an abundance of caution. We are carefully and prayerfully discerning what the fall programming will look like for these ministries as we consider the latest information on how to keep our most vulnerable parishioners safe.
Children of all ages are ALWAYS welcomed and encouraged to attend services! We want children and families to be able to worship at St. Paul's in ways that are safe and comfortable for them. The PRAYGROUND is set up in the back of the sanctuary and is available for use during the 10:00 a.m. service on Sunday mornings. You'll find comfortable chairs and a bright cheery floor covering as well books, activities, and crafts to help with the wiggles. There is a changing station and child-sized bathroom located just down the hall from the sanctuary in Room 109. A quiet room for nursing is also available there.
Come worship outside! The Sunday noon service is especially family-friendly. Bring your blankets or camp chairs and find a comfy spot under the trees. Look for the blue wagon for individual snacks and activities for kiddos.
SPY (St. Paul's Youth) Returns!
We have missed you and you are LOVED! This fall we will meet monthly in person! On the third Sunday of each month, we will meet from 12-3 pm for lunch, fellowship and service. SPY is a safe space and a welcoming community of faith. We’ll kick off the program year on Sunday, September 19th. Youth and parents are invited to join us for lunch on the patio as we plan for a new year of faith and fun together!
Youth Permission Form
Wednesdays - Children’s Choirs
Children from kindergarten through fifth grade are meeting for online choir.
Our current offering is on the Zoom platform. Please be in touch with Amy Goerger, our Coordinator of Children’s ministries and Youth leader, for more information.
Watch for announcements of seasonal material and activities for home use, and join us for “Drive through” seasonal festivities.
“Give them an inquiring and discerning heart, the courage to will and to persevere, a spirit to know and to love you, and the gift of joy and wonder in all your works.”
(Book of Common Prayer, page 308)