Growing disciples of Jesus Christ among children from infant to 5th grade, and their families.
At St. Peter and St. Paul we want you to know that your children will be in a safe place where they will be welcome as they learn about God’s love and having a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Our Sunday School operates throughout the school year with the following classes from 9:15 – 10:15 AM led by dedicated and caring teachers.
• 3-4 year olds
• Kindergarten – 1st Grade
• 2nd & 3rd Graders
• 4th & 5th Graders
We are also involved in numerous programs designed to engage and encourage children in their growth as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Blessing of the Animals
A dramatic interpretation of The Gospel at the Family Service on Christmas Eve
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
Parish programs in Lent
Vacation Bible School,
Movie and food truck nights
and other parish-wide events.
Children’s Ministry also supports Worship Ministries, including Acolytes and Children’s Choir.
If you would like to learn more about the Children’s ministry contact Camie Schade at firstname.lastname@example.org. Camie is the Director of Children’s Ministry and would love the opportunity to meet with you and get to know you better. Camie is around most Sunday mornings for a quick chat or would love to meet you for coffee/lunch if you would like more time.
Our Nursery supports several perish activities, especially Sunday School and the 10:30 service. For more details and availability, please check the church calendar by Clicking Here.
Click here to download the 2019 – 2020 registration form:
Sunday school is from 9:15-10:15.
Please contact Came Schade at email@example.com with any questions.
Our infants and toddlers have a lovely sunny nursery supervised by caring adult staff and trained adult & teen volunteers. The Nursery is available during Sunday School at 9:15 and during the 10:30 service.
The preschool children have classes which focus) on a variety of Bible stories using the curriculum from the Virginia Seminary. Classes are taught with activities and music fostering a love for these wonderful stories of our faith. Our youngest children and babies have a lovely sunny nursery which is attended by caring adults and trained teenagers. Sunday school at 9:15 and the nursery is also available during the 10:30 church service.
Kindergarten -1st Grade:
Our Kindergarten and First Grade classes are combined and Godly Play is used for this age group. This is purposeful storytelling in which our children are taught parables, sacred story, silence and liturgical action using manipulatives.
2nd & 3rd Graders and 4th & 5th Graders:
The children of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in second through fifth grades have an opportunity to reflect on one of the Lectionary readings (the readings used in Sunday worship) with caring adult teams of three using the Living the Good News curriculum. Each lesson will focus on one of the readings for the day, usually the Gospel. The lessons are age appropriate and filled with engaging activities.
See below for assignments of Sunday School Teachers and Classrooms.
Infant Nursery – Room 9
PreSchool 3’s & 4’s – Room 10
Kindergarten & 1st Grade – Room 15
2nd and 3rd Grades – Room 12
4th and 5th Grades – Room 13
Little Hands at the Altar and Come to the Table
Little Hands at the Altar is open to first grade and below. This sweet communion class will explore our worship service and give an introduction to the sacrament of Holy Communion. It will be held on October 13th after the 10:30 service. A lite snack will be provided. Parents are Welcome.
Come to the Table is open to second grade and up. It is a more in-depth look at Holy Communion and an introduction to the different contributing ministries within the worship service (Music, Altar Guild, Acolyte/Verger and Eucharistic Visitation). This class will be held September 8th and September 15th after the 10:30 service. A lite lunch will be served. Parents are welcome, as well as, newcomers to the church.
Please contact Camie Schade for more info
Blessing of the Animals, Sunday, October 6
More information to come.