“Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

— Matthew 19:13-14

Education

Preschool - 3rd Grade: Godly Play

Godly Play is an approach to Christian formation that enables children to experience the presence of a loving God and discover how to speak the language of their biblical faith. The goal is to teach children the art of using religious language; parable, sacred story, silence, and liturgical action. The curriculum is rooted in Scripture and follows the Church Year. Through it, children become more fully aware of the mystery of God’s presence and in their lives. “…The goal of Godly Play is to teach children the art of using religious language-parable, sacred story, silence and liturgical action – to help them become more fully aware of the mystery of God’s presence in their lives.”

4th - 6th Grade: Intermediate

Living the Good News is a lectionary-based curriculum that helps bring the weekly readings heard each Sunday during worship in church alive. Today’s ‘tweens’ feel increasing pressures to find a place among their peers. We hope to communicate God’s unconditional love as they learn to make wise choices in today’s culture.

Junior High School

Living the Good News is a lectionary-based curriculum that helps bring the weekly readings heard each Sunday during worship in church alive. Today’s ‘tweens’ feel increasing pressures to find a place among their peers. We hope to communicate God’s unconditional love as they learn to make wise choices in today’s culture.

High School

Living the Good News is a lectionary-based curriculum that helps bring weekly readings heard each Sunday during worship in church alive for today’s teen. Using a variety of methods, our youth will explore scripture to give them the resources to help answer life’s challenging questions. Each week, ideas for self-discovery and service invite teens to put God’s love to work in practial ways’ in their peer groups, parish and community.

Adult Bible Study

Adult Bible Study description.