The Epiphany nursery provides care for children birth- 5 years. Parents can drop their little ones off before each service or during the service (it is located right below the church for parents’ ease!) and attend the worship service, knowing that their child is being cared for. There are age-appropriate toys and books for the children to play and engage with.
When dropping your child off please fill out the sign-in sheet – provide your cell phone number so a nursery staff member can contact you if needed. The nursery is open from 8:30 – 12:15. If you need help finding the nursery please ask a staff member or usher and they will lead you to the right place.
At both our 8:45 and 11 am services, our Children and Youth Minister offers Children’s Sermons. Right after the Collect reading, the kids are invited to participate in an activity and hear a lesson. This lesson is geared toward children’s understanding and receiving a message that is fitting for the children’s stage of life and brain development. Kelsey works through the scripture or prepares an understandable sermon-like lesson. Kids are encouraged to participate and ask questions throughout this time. Children then rejoin the congregation at the Peace offering and are invited up to the Eucharist.
Sunday School: An Invitation
Sundays, 10:00 – 11:00 am | Youth Room in Christie House
Children at Epiphany have the opportunity to develop long term friendships during the Sunday School Hour each week, September to Pentecost. Our multi-age gathering is led by a dedicated team of leaders who thoughtfully prepare engaging activities in concert with meaningful church education for all children, Middle School and below. We meet in the Christie House Youth Room at 10:00 a.m. The Godly Play curriculum offers an invitation to wonder. Games, crafts and stories are all opportunities for hands-on responses. Our closing prayer circle builds faith and community.
Youth Education Hour
Sundays, 10:00 – 11:00 am | Library in Christie House
Middle and High School Youth at Epiphany have the opportunity to develop long term friendships during Youth Education Hour each week, September to Pentecost. This gathering allows for further theological education for Middle and High School students with our youth leader, Kelsey. We will be talking about what spirituality looks like as we get older, asking hard questions about the Bible and the Church, and inviting wonder into our walk with God. We meet in the Christie House Library at 10:00 am. The curriculum changes every three months as we offer opportunities to think, grow, and be in fellowship.