Children’s Faith Formation

Children's Faith Formation Lesson

Children’s Liturgy starts up again on January 8, 2017, at 9 a.m., in our Godly Play Room, and operates in conjunction with our Nursery, which is just across the hall. We think that families will find this new location for Children’s Liturgy very comfortable and familiar, and we welcome you there for our New Year. Just look for the signs pointing the way!

Please Note: As of January 2017, our Sunday School, which traditionally took place after the 9 am service, is on hiatus until further notice. We are more actively incorporating children into our Family Liturgy at the 9:00 service, which is the trend in most Episcopal churches.

In addition to Children’s Liturgy, every Sunday we have a Children and Young People’s Time in church, led by the preacher. There are opportunities for teens and older children to read a lesson each Sunday, and our Music Director is actively seeking youth to participate in worship that way. Acolyting and ushering are other ways our children and young people serve in church.

We have a Children’s Corner, where soft books, quiet toys, and a worksheet containing the Sunday’s message are available for children who find it difficult to sit in the pew. We ask that one parent stay with children in the Children’s Corners. The Children’s Corner is open 24/7 for any worship service that takes place at St. Tim’s.

Vacation Bible School (Pre-K – 5th)

Children's Faith Formation Vacation Bible School

The  Bible comes alive at St. Timothy’s during Vacation Bible School, a fun-filled week of summer camp for children 4 years old through fifth grade.

Vacation Bible School will be led by the Mt. Cross Day Camp Team — July 24-28, 2017.
The Bible comes alive at St. Timothy’s during Vacation Bible School, a fun filled week of summer camp for our children.
This year’s theme for Vacation Bible School is “The Water of Life”.  “When you pass through the waters, I will be with you.” Isaiah 43:2.  Our children and volunteers will join in music, crafts and games as they respond joyfully to God’s love.

If you are interested in helping, please see a member of the clergy.