In today's reading we take a hike BACK to the Old Testament and where we left off before Advent season. We're learning about Israel's third king, King Solomon and his "big request" from God. Listen in as we hear how we too can request big things from God and learn how he's already given us what we've asked for, in his Son Jesus.Discussion questions:
Children are not only fully capable of worshiping the One, True God, God in Christ tells us we are to become LIKE THEM in order to know Him more. That's why all of our programming for children is focused on worship first!
Your child will experience a safe environment where she plays with friends, interacts with Bible stories, and receives focused attention from our staff and volunteers.
We provide an environment focused on meaningful worship and engaging instruction for and with kids.
We want your kids to LOVE Jesus and LOVE His Church! Our programming for upper elementary fosters faith and friendship.
Please RSVP EACH Sunday (by the Friday before) so that we can prepare for your child. On Sunday morning, please head to the NEW entrance off of the parking lot/4th street, near the Fellowship Hall, for check in. (Nursery check in is available at the nursery window, inside the church.)
* An exception to mask wearing are those children who are not yet potty trained, 3 years old, and in the nursery.
*Children in the nursery will receive individually wrapped snacks such as pretzels or Goldfish crackers. Please visit our Nursery page for more information on our safety practices.
Enrich your child's life by enriching the life of the church. Opportunities for children to serve the church abound! From reading the Old Testament lessons in worship, acolyting, to volunteering in the nursery, and more, our tweens and teens can offer their servants' hands and hearts. Contact Stacie Johnson, StM Kid's Ministry Director at for more information or to sign your child up.
Did you miss seeing this year's "HOME-MADE" pageant? Click on the header to view or view again!
Retelling the story of Christ's last days will come to life for your child in this unique drama for young and old children alike. 10am, Good Friday, 2021. Egg hunt follows.
Our programming is impossible without devoted volunteers. Ministry needs include greeters, teaching shepherds and special event volunteers.
We welcome all children who have been baptized to receive Holy Communion in our Eucharistic Worship Services. If your child has not been baptized, he is welcome to come forward, but please have him cross his arms at the altar rail in order to receive a blessing from our ministers.
If you'd like to learn more about infant baptism or to view information regarding adult baptism, please contact our office to schedule a meeting with one of our ministers at