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Activities for children, infants-5th grade
Activities for students, 6th-12th grade
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Begins May 26, 2019
Sunday School at Christ Church takes on a "camp" theme as we enjoy more outdoor games, creativity, and fun this summer.
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Infants & Toddlers (ages 0-3) @ 9:15 & 11 a.m. Our professionally-staffed Nursery is where our youngest children experience the love of God by feeling secure, resting, playing, and learning. Nursery is available for all regular worship services, and often for major events, on-campus groups, and studies.
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Preschool-5th Grade @ 9:15 & 11 a.m. Children study God’s word in classrooms that are brightly decorated and inviting to children. Caring teachers and assistants welcome the children, teach them from the Bible and our Anglican heritage, and reinforce the lesson through activities, crafts, and song.
2nd Grade @ 9:15 & 11 a.m. Communion Discovery guides children through teachings on the liturgy, Anglican theology, the Bible and communion itself. Students also meet with members of the clergy and Altar Guild. There is also a fast-track class in the spring for children who miss this class in Sunday school.
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3rd-12th Grade. We believe it is vital to include children in worship with their larger church family to prepare them for a lifetime of faithfulness to Christ and His church. From third grade up, children begin service in Sunday School and then join their families in the sanctuary to participate in Holy Communion.
The Rev. John Battey
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