Children of any age are always welcome in our worship. Sunday-school age kids also have an opportunity for their own worship as part of our curriculum. Parents with small children are welcome to keep their children with them, to come and go throughout the service as their children’s needs require, and to make use of nursery care as suits their child.
On Dec. 24th at 4pm, we will have our annual Children’s Nativity Pageant. Parts are available for all ages. Please contact Emily, the Children’s Ministry Coordinator if your child would like to participate. firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer free child care starting at 9 am on Sunday mornings, for those who wish to participate in Sunday morning Bible Studies. Child care is also available after the service for parents who would like to join the choir practice.
St. David’s uses the Godly Play curriculum. Godly Play is a Montessori-based, agenda-free experience to help children explore their own innate spirituality and questions about God. Creativity and fun are always a factor! Teachers are specially trained in this curriculum, and our Godly Play classroom is a great place to be on Sunday mornings.
Here are a few useful documents for volunteers and parents.
- Top 6 Ways Parents can support their children in Godly Play
- About Godly Play
- Godly Play Teaching Roles (outlines the roles of both the Lesson teacher and the door person.)
Sunday school begins in church every Sunday at 10:00. After an opening song and children’s prayer, children leave with their teachers, and re-join their families for Eucharist. Download the Registration Form!
Youth Pride St. David’s
Our youth group is growing! Led by Josh Kingsley, their mission is to “to provide service and good will to those less fortunate than us through work in the metropolitan area, then tomorrow, the world.” You can follow YPSD on Twitter, and stay tuned for expanded YPSD web presence. In the meantime, anyone between 13 and 18 with a love of God and an interest in the YPSD mission is welcome to join. The group meets most Sundays for the “After Party” held (appropriately) after the service in the chapel.