Christian Education for All Ages meet immediately following the Sunday morning Holy Eucharist, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Living the Good News is a Nursery Curriculum designed for use with active, inquisitive 2 and 3 year olds. Sessions offer engaging stories, songs, games and crafts, but encourage lots of time for free play as well. A wonderful way to introduce very young children to Jesus!
All Things New is the curriculum for today's Episcopal children. This two-year program for children from preschool through sixth grade offers a rich mix of age-appropriate activities centered on scripture and Episcopal "basics." Simple, easy-to-use components with contemporary graphics help time-pressured faith formation leaders learn the basics they need to be effective leaders. Innovative components include fine-art reproductions, multicultural music, a parent calendar to link the faith formation program with the home, and the interactive Kids in Common: Children's Book of Common Prayer.
Episcopal Curriculum for Youth challenges young people (ages 12-18) to test their values in the context of their Christian faith. It equips them to make smart choices about tough issues. The Younger Youth (Middle School and Junior High) segment makes Biblical characters come to life as real people who dealt with issues of good and evil, happiness, truth and ultimate meaning.
Programs are based on the Revised Common Lectionary and use a variety of methods that include lectures, discussions, and small groups to assist us in living out our Christian witness to the world.