Children's Sunday School
Sunday School for children is an integral part of Holy Comforter’s Christian Education. Currently the children are divided into two groups, infants through age 4, and age 5 through age 10. Both groups meet during the 10:30 service year-round.
The smaller children meet in the nursery/classroom area on the main floor for age appropriate stories and activities. Parents drop their children off before church and pick them up either before the Eucharist or immediately following the service.
The older children begin in the sanctuary and, following a short children’s sermon with the priest, head downstairs to the parish hall with their teachers for the weekly lesson. The lessons are highly interactive and include videos, songs, games, and reinforcement activities. Once a month science experiments are a popular segment. Children return to the Sanctuary prior to the Eucharist.
The program for Advent covers the three years of Jesus’ ministry, the Last Supper, Palm Sunday and the Crucifixion.
We plan to expand our program for the youngest set. As babies become toddlers and preschoolers, we will be introducing them to Bible stories, songs, and age-appropriate activities.
Anyone interested in helping with Sunday School or our younger set, please let the Church office or Julianne Chester know. If you have a special skill or hobby that you'd like to share with the children, we'd love to make it happen!
Vacation Bible School Click here for more information and for the registration and release forms.
Contact our Children and Families Ministry Director, Julianne Chester, for more information.regarding nursery, Sunday School and Vacation Bible School. You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 877-2712.
Youth Group Youth Group meetings for middle and high school students are held on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Led by Jeff Schmoll, the youth grow in faith, learn to serve others, and share their faith with friends. The students hold lock-ins, plan and participate in mission trips, and conduct Youth Sunday services during the 10:30 Sundays on the fifth Sundays during the year. Click here for the Youth Group Web Page.
Holy Comforter School believes that the education of the total child can best take place in an environment centered in, and supported by, the love of God in Jesus Christ. Their mission is to nourish the spirit, challenge the mind, and strengthen the body in a Christian environment. The Head of Holy Comforter Episcopal School is Peter Klekamp. Click here for a link to the school web page.
Let the little children come to me. Don’t stop them. For the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Mark 10:11b