Our Service

Kids are welcome to move around in the sanctuary, make noise & explore. There are ways to help out: lighting candles, ringing the bell, reading, or helping with the offering. Let the greeter know if a little one would like to help! Kids have a corner of the sanctuary designed with them in mind, however families and children are welcome to sit anywhere in the sanctuary. There is a peace garden outside where children can play as well as a playground. There is a changing table in the hallway bathroom. Clergy and all adults working with children receive Safeguarding God’s Children training to protect children from abuse. Look for a coloring page in the back of the bulletin. Please let us know how we can best support your family.

Stay-at-Home Activities

Here are just a few ideas for our young ones learning, growing, and exploring at home these days.

Activity 1: Draw God

No one alive has ever seen God, so we can only imagine what she/he/they/it looks like. Here’s what some other kids have imagined:

Storytime Videos

Since folks have had to stay at home this Spring, we decided to do a few live streamed videos each week for young folks.

PPBF: My Friends/Mis Amigos and Botas NUEVAS | julie rowan-zoch
Pop Up Storytime: My Friends/Mis Amigos by Taro Gomi and learn a song
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Rev./Mother Erin reads “Julián is a Mermaid,” written and illustrated by Jessica Love. It’s a story about finding community, honoring yourself, and the powerful love of abuelas! Hope you can join us!
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Today we’re going to read, “Everybody Eats Rice.” It’s dinnertime. Carrie walks around the neighborhood looking for her brother, Anthony, and discovers that everybody eats rice. We’re also going to cook some rice!