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Pray. Wonder. Love.
We believe that children have a deep relationship with God from birth. At Chapel of Our Saviour, programs for children and teens are designed to help young and growing Christians embrace the true language of faith. Through friendship, prayer, Bible readings and Christian service, our children of all ages can explore their identity in God’s image.
For more information please contact us.
- Regular meetings resume in the Fall. Nursery care is available through the summer. -
Preschool - 1st Grade
Children’s Chapel, Sundays at 10:45 am
Young children are constantly exploring our world through sensory experience. As they finger paint, dig in dirt, listen to stories, build with blocks and play dress up they are making sense of what it means to be alive. This state of wonder is one that is deeply connected with God. Our programs for the youngest children attempt to foster that holy relationship and teach the language of faith. On Sunday mornings children listen to a children's sermon, then head to the Children's Chapel together. There, they hear the Bible story of the day, told in a developmentally appropriate sensory way. The children are then invited to reflect on the story and on their lives through a series of hands-on prayer stations. Children join their parents in church again for communion.
Mini-Youth Group 2nd-5th Grade
Sundays 9:40-10:30 am
Older elementary students are eager to learn more about the world and more about faith. They are also increasingly social and ready for fun. This year our older elementary students will take part in Mini Youth Group. They will meet upstairs in the Mini-Youth Group room for games, community building, Bible study and fun. Children may also choose (with parental guidance) to serve at one of our Sunday services as an acolyte, usher or reader.