Parents and Families

We believe that faith practiced as a family provides a steadfast base for children and teens.  

We want to equip, empower, and engage families to be the church in the world. We do that by providing opportunities for families to come together to talk about their faith and help all members of the family find a place in their spiritual home.

Throughout the year we offer these and other opportunities for families: 

Our youth ministry team invites all middle and high school families (youth and parents) to join us once a month on Wednesday nights at 6:00 PM in All Saint's Hall for dinner and conversation. Faith Talks are gatherings where we sit in fellowship to talk about our faith. We hope to help you remember your purpose, and support you in building a strong foundation here at your spiritual home. Each gathering will include a light dinner ($8), engaging activities, guest speakers, and lots of prayer. Please come! If you have questions, contact Adam Klevenhagan or Deborah Shoemake.

Our Next Faith Talk is September 27    
We Are Family! Join us as we explore together what it means to be families in faith. Do you have a favorite family practice, prayer or idea? Bring it along as we learn together how to pass on the faith we celebrate. Register »

Future Dates (Topics and registration links coming soon!)
October 18
November 15
January 17
February 14
March 14
April 11
May 16

Here are some parenting resources we love at Christ Church!

Dr. Ned Hallowell gives us multiple resources on parenting children with ADD and ADHD. Dr. Hallowell has visited Christ Church as a Faith Forum speaker. Visit his website for many resources: http://www.drhallowell.com/

Glennon Melton is the author of the blog Momastery. Her wit, humor, and down to earth personality help all parents find solutions to craziness and chaos by looking for peace and understanding. http://momastery.com/

Looking for positive parenting solutions? Look no further! Love and Logic parenting offers multiple resources, trainings, and guides to hands on, positive parenting! http://www.loveandlogic.com/