Infants, toddlers, children and youth are integral members of the body of Christ. The church is incomplete without them.

 

*****We are looking to hire two nursery attendants for the 0-3 nursery! Please contact Rev. Charles Uhlik at 270-443-1363 or revcu91@gmail.com

 

January and February Events

January 21st- Family Skate Day 1-3pm

February 5th – Youth Bake Sale after the 8am and 10am services

February 16-18 – Youth Ski Trip

February 21st- Pancake Supper (fundraiser for youth summer trip)

February 22nd- Ash Wednesday service at 6pm

If you have someone that is interested in participating in any of these events please contact Hannah Shelly

All Children and Youth activities are posted on the church calendar Here

 

Children’s Chapel 10 a.m. Sunday mornings

A Montessori-inspired Liturgy of the Word followed by discussion, art-making, and song. Preschoolers-2nd graders meet in the upstairs Children’s Chapel to learn and grow as children of God. They rejoin the congregation at the Peace.

Small Groups

There are four age groups that meet throughout the school year. High school, Middle School, 2nd-6th graders and Prek3-1st Grade. These small groups focus on growing their faith as well as their relationships with God and one another.  

  • Middle and High school meet every Sunday from 11:30-1:30
  • 2nd-6th have Godly Play on Wednesdays from 6-7pm.

Acolyte Program

We have a thriving young acolyte program. Young people are  trained in and perform the ceremonial duties associated with our liturgical worship.

 

Episcopal Identity

Young people participate in All Saints Summer Camp, Fall Gathering, Spring Gathering, Bishop’s Ball, Annual Convention, and other Diocesan programs, as well as Province IV service missions. Financial assistance is available for parish children and youth to go to summer camp and gatherings.

 

Worship Services

Every year Grace children practice and perform a Christmas Eve pageant. Similarly, Grace youth offer a dramatic representation of the scriptures on Palm Sunday and Good Friday. Young people are always welcome to serve as junior ushers, intercessors, lay readers, choir members, musicians, and on the altar guild.

 

Other Christian Formation

In addition to the above programs, we offer special classes for young people embarking on Baptism and Confirmation.

Journey to Adulthood is a two year curriculum that 7th-9th graders will be embarking on that teaches them how to function throughout the world we live in as justice seeking, loving, servants of Jesus. We will go on two trips together as a group with the intention for this group to be confirmed at the end of our time together in May of 2024. 


For more information about Children’s & Youth Ministries at Grace Episcopal contact Mrs. Hannah Shelly.