Children's Ministry

“Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them, for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs.” — Matthew 19:14 

Jesus loves children and so do we. Children and their families are precious to Christ Church, and our primary goal is to create children’s classes and events that are fun, nurture their faith, and assist parents in becoming spiritual leaders (resource, mentor, coach) at home as children learn and grow.

Our dedicated teachers and volunteers give countless hours to ensure that children are engaged in meaningful, safe activities that heighten their sense of wonder and mystery surrounding their growing faith. Through the Discovery Eucharist, families worship God together – a great way to spend time together. To sign your child up as a Discovery Young Minister please use the laminated pink and green sign-ups at the back of All Saints' Hall.

Whether you are looking for a Sunday School class, parenting events, or Vacation Bible School, you will find exciting and welcoming experiences that will suit your family’s needs.

To complete a 2019 - 2020 Sunday School Release and Consent Form for your children, please click here.  We ask that parents fill out one form per child or youth who is in a 2-year-old through 12th grade class.

If you have questions or want to learn more about our offerings, contact Lindsay Masi, Sarah Ford, or Emily Kalmbach.

Children's Ministry Calendar

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News & Annoucements

Discovery Worship

June 21, 2020

We invite families of young children (birth - second grade) to join us for this 15-minute family-friendly worship experience on the third Sundays of June, July and August. View the June 21... MORE »

Exciting News! Welcome Connor Gwin and Family

May 14, 2020

Dear Friends, I am very pleased to announce that The Reverend Connor Gwin will be joining our clergy and staff team as Associate Rector for Family Ministry. Connor will work with Joshua Case to... MORE »

Family Lenten Calendar

February 14, 2018

FAMILY Calendar for Lent

We encourage families with children two and older to participate in daily Lenten practices focused on loving God, neighbor, family, and self. What does it mean to love your neighbor? How do you connect to those who are different from you? Printed copies will be mailed to all families. You can also view it here »


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