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Children's Ministry

Providing a loving community for children as they form the foundation of their Christian education

Children's Ministry welcomes, cherishes and values each child. We want your child to experience the wonder of worshiping god, grow in knowledge that comes from being nurtured and learn the lessons of Jesus - the One who loves and understands each of them thoroughly, gently, strongly and unquestionably. It is through God's love that children respond in love and catch the enthusiasm that arrives when we extend our faith in Jesus and become his disciples.

Sunday School Classes meet every Sunday on Zoom! Children are invited to online zoom classes each week at 9:30am for younger children and 10:00am for school-aged children. Zoom in and hear a Bible story along with a music lesson! Please reach out to Allison Watkins for more details and Zoom links.

Connect: If your family has children newborn to 5th grade and wish to receive email updates and mailings please contact Allison Watkins, Director of Children’s Ministry.  


check out our awesome upcoming activities!

Family Thankfulness Jars for Lent: This is a simple mission project to carry out at home. First, find a jar or container and decorate it. Then each day during Lent, Follow this list and count each thing that you have in your home or your life on that day. Put that number of coins into your thankfulness jar. After Easter Sunday, donate your coins to your local food bank and help those who don't have all the necessities we are so blessed to have in our lives.

Lenten Lessons for Families: Beginning February 26th families will have access to a new lesson each week. Trinity’s Sunday school teachers and staff will be narrating children’s books during Lent. All you need to do is click on the link to watch and listen to the story book. A parent guide and wondering questions will also accompany the story for further discussion at home. Contact Allison Watkins for more information.

Ash Wednesday for Children: Ash Wednesday is the first day of the Christian season called Lent. It is a time of preparation, self-examination, prayer, and introspection. We look for ways to find more love, peace, and fulfillment in our lives. Click here for ways to observe Ash Wednesday at home with your family.

Children & Holy Communion

Learn more about how children at Trinity participate in Holy Communion here.

Get Involved

Over 200 children, from birth through fifth grade, are an active part of Trinity’s Children’s Ministry. Our volunteers show each child that they are beloved to God and valued as a part of Trinity’s church family. Learn how you can join us!

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