In the gospels, Jesus says that everything God desires us to be, as both children and adults, is summed up by these two commandments: “love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind, and your neighbor as yourself.”
This love is formed through worship, in the midst of relationships, and by serving those in need. At All Saints we seek to provide our children with opportunities to worship, to form life-giving relationships of mutual joy, and give themselves away in service to others in childlike ways – the ways of Jesus’ kingdom.
Sunday mornings are full of life on our campus! Below is some helpful information for your family's first visit with us.
The babies and toddlers in these rooms enjoy age appropriate toys, books, bible stories, music, and lots of hugs and cuddles. We also have a nap and nursing room on this wing.
These kiddos enjoy a weekly Bible lesson, music, crafts, and outside play time. Parents please make sure you are using the KidCheck system and are labeling all cups, bags, etc.
Currently on break for the summer; resumes August 19, Promotion Sunday.
Children attend the service with their parents, then are dismissed before the homily for a brief lesson and activity. They return to the service during the Passing of the Peace.
*Nursery & Children's Church: You are welcome to pick up your children before communion and bring them into worship for the end of the service. This is a great way to include younger children in gathered worship however, you are welcome to wait until the end as childcare is provided for the entire service.
**Sunday School is a full hour class with dedicated teachers and a specific curriculum. We ask that you please not interrupt to allow the children to remain the full hour so they can foster relationships and learning.
There are a number of ways, from Sundays to weekdays, that you can get involved with our Children’s Ministry!
Helping Hands was created to enable members to fulfill our commitment to our church family and our baptismal vows.