Nursery is available each Sunday for newborns through 4-year-olds on the first floor of the Parish House from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Children’s Church is age-appropriate worship held at 9:15 am in St. Mary’s Chapel, tailored for children K-5th grade. Drop off your child(ren) at 9 am, then head to the church and save your child a seat, as they’ll join the congregation at the Peace. We will continue holding an age-appropriate service for 3-4 year olds in the room next to the nursery in the Parish House during this timeframe.
Sunday School for children and youth through 12th grade is held at 10:30 am in the Custis House for 6th-12th grade youths and in the Parish House for children through 5th grade.
Children's & Youth Formation - October
Sunday, October 25
Children’s Church, Sunday School and Children’s Choirs will be held this day.
Children & Youth Formation - November
Sunday, November 1
Children’s Church at 9:15, Sunday School formation for both children and youth at 10:30, and Children's Choirs rehearse in the Parish House at 11 am.
Sunday, November 8 - Annual Meeting
Children’s Church will NOT be held as the choirs will be singing in the “big” church at 9:15 (followed by the Annual Meeting). We’ll meet after the service and walk over for Sunday School, followed by Joyful Noise & Chorister Choir Rehearsal (all other parents will pick their children up at 11 am from Sunday School). For those in choir, parents should pick up their children at 11:30 am.
Sunday, November 15
Children’s Church, Sunday School & Children’s Choirs continue.
Sunday, November 22
Children’s Church will be held, then join us for Preparing for Advent in the parish hall (in place of Sunday School), followed by Children’s Choirs this day. All parish children, youth, Canterbury and their parents are invited to a Family Thanksgiving Feast in the parish hall at 6 pm!
Friday, November 27
Come to the church at 8:30 am to help load and deliver the bags of Thanksgiving food to FISH, then stay and help stock their pantry shelves.
Sunday, November 29
There will be NO children’s or youth programming this Sunday. We hope you will take the time and remember to give thanks.
What is the Young Adult Service Corps?

The Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) is a program through the Episcopal Church that brings young adults (ages 21-30) in relational mission with a diocese somewhere in the Anglican Communion.  The point is not to directly proselytize, but rather to serve as an example of God's Word through actions and relationship.  In doing so, missionaries explore other churches, their own faith, vocational possibilities, and how God's love knows no boundaries.  If you would like to learn more about YASC, visit:  If you would like to see a YASC mission in action, visit Andy Russell's blog about his mission to Tanzania at http//