Children & Youth
Formation from Home
Each week we update these resources to have at your disposal.
Download this coloring sheet from Illustrated Ministry for children to go along with the weekly service.
Consider using the pre-recorded compline service as a family before bed.
Talk through the Coronavirus Self Care Plan with your children.
Have Sunday School at home with these interactive Storymaker videos.
Faith at Home features a variety of Christian Education practitioners. Each day offers options to Pray, Listen, Watch, Do, and Read along.
Illustrated Ministry has created coloring pages and accompanying prayers for times of anxiety. (If your kids participate in coloring, please text or email Beth a picture. She's hoping to create a collage to share with the parish from our youngest members.)
Parents are welcome to bring children of all ages with them to services at St. Michael’s. As a convenience to parents, we have a nursery located on the main floor, just down the hall from the main sanctuary. Our nursery runs on a cooperative model, with one paid staff attendant, and one parent on a weekly basis. Families are asked to sign up to staff the nursery on a rotating b…Read More »
The volunteer sign-up schedule can be found here. Each week, an additional adult is needed to support the leadership of the Chapel Minister.
Children’s Chapel meets each Sunday at 10:00 AM. Pre-kindergarten through elementary-aged school children are invited to worship in our Chapel (located upstairs) while their parents worship in the main sanctuary. The children participa…Read More »
Christian Education for all ages is held on the first Sunday of the month from 9:00-9:45 in the Parish Hall. All generations are truly welcome as we guide participants through interactive teachings focused on Biblical stories, Christian narratives, and seasonal themes.
Dates for the 2019-2020 School Year include October 6, November 3, December 1, February 2, March 8, April 5, May 3.
Middle and High School aged youth are invited to participate and lead at St. Michael's in a variety of capacities. Currently, our youth serve as acolytes, greeters, readers, and choir members. Opportunities for fellowship and service are organized specifically for youth throughout the school year. More details may be found in the weekly announcements.
Spend the morning enjoying fun activities as a family including Bible stories, singing, an outreach activity for Arlington Food Assistance Center, games, and snacks. This festival is intended for families to enjoy alongside their elementary school aged children.
For many years St. Michael’s hosted its annual Vacation Bible School (VBS) bringing together parish and neighborhood ch…Read More »