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Children in Worship
Children are an important part of our faith family and are always welcome in worship.
Nursery. For folks who choose, we do have nursery available during worship for little ones from birth through age 3.
"Witness to the Children". During worship, children (and adults too) are invited to gather in the center of our worship space to hear a story or other lesson. Leadership of this worship component is shared by adults who are interested.
Godly Play. From Labor Day to Memorial Day, following the "Witness to the Children" young ones from age 3 through third grade are invited to attend Godly Play, which is an interactive Bible story curriculum.
Communion. Children are welcome to participate in and partake communion with us. We believe that communion may be a means of grace and that children value the experience of being included.
Young Voices Choir: Our young children have been performing regularly before the congregation, led by Melany Burrill.
Participation. We provide a children's bulletin with quiet activities each week during worship. Crayons and drawing paper are available, too. We encourage children to participate in worship as acolytes. We look for ways to include children in worship through hand chimes, reading scripture, etc.
A Reconciling Congregation
Sunday worship is held at 11 a.m. at the church from Sept. through May. Children's ed and adult ed convene at 10 a.m.
Refreshments following. Nursery provided.
All are Welcome!
- August 24, 2014 - The women of Exodus - Kell Dickinson, Guest preacher
- August 17, 2014 - Who do you think that I am? - Doris Warrell, Guest preacher
- August 31, 2014 Confronting the Myth of Redemptive Suffering in a World of Redemptive Violence - Amy Stapleton, Guest preacher
- August 10, 2014 - Go - Do - Now
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