WELCOME! We are so glad that you are joining us for worship at Trinity! We believe that God put the wiggle in children so don’t feel like you have to suppress it in God’s house.
May we suggest:
Sit towards the front where it is easier for children to see and hear.
Sing the songs, pray, and say the responses. Children learn worship behavior by copying you!
If you need to leave the service with your child, feel free to do so, but please come back!
The Nursery – If your little one simply needs a break, our nursery is staffed during worship for children from birth to 4 years of age.
Support for our children and families begins when children are born. We believe that children are not merely the future of the church but active participants in the church body at every age. We also provide Busy Bags in the Narthex which contain objects which can be used to help facilitate their worship experience.
Sunday School, including Bible stories, music and crafts, is offered every Sunday for children ages 4-10 in the Chapel beginning at 9:30 a.m. for 40 minutes between the months of September and May. Children will join their families in church for Holy Communion.
Confirmation meets on Monday evenings at 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the youth room.
The Junior and Senior High meets between the months of September and May.
Little Angels Preschool is a loving, nurturing, and safe environment where we seek to educate the whole child. The preschool provides age appropriate experiences for the two, three, four, and early five-year-olds in preparation for kindergarten. The social, emotional, cognitive, creative, physical and language domains are enhanced through hands-on experience in play.
The spiritual domain is enhanced as the children are introduced to the loving goodness of God, and to the love of Jesus through song, books, simple prayer, positive social interaction and monthly Bible time for the two younger classes and monthly Chapel for the Pre-K class.
Teachers, in their role of caring for children, model and teach appropriate behavior. Children need to know what we expect from them before they follow our directions. We therefore expect teachers to use constructive and preventive methods of discipline and to maintain an atmosphere of love, acceptance, and order. This atmosphere is one in which children respect themselves, their peers and their teachers.