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Children's Ministries


We are very excited to provide Christian formation opportunities for children with at home & in-person options. Please know that our teachers are all fully vaccinated  We encourage all who want to receive weekly email  updates or reminders, to use our online registration form. You can select which offerings work best for your family.  

We have a family newsletter that goes out when we have new information if you would like to subscribe please email Rev. Julia. 


Children’s programming this year focuses on worship.

  • The First Sunday of every month children are invited to join into the Liturgy. They can be readers, acolytes, ushers, or choir members. 

  • Church School will be held at 10 am on 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sundays of the month downstairs in the undercroft. K-2nd grade meet in room 4, 3rd -5th grade meet in room 3. 

  • Nursery is available at 10 am every Sunday. 

  • If you or your child is sick, we ask that you please stay home and get better before attending again.

  • For youth group offerings, 6th-12th grade click here

Nursery at 10 a.m.

  • We have two adult nursery care providers, both of whom are fully vaccinated, and are waiting to receive and watch your little ones under the age of 4.

  • We run a professional air purifier and toys are cleaned and sanitized weekly. The room is not used during the week.

  • Nursery is an indoor space for fully vaccinated in order to minimize COVID risk to unvaccinated children.

  • We are able to live-stream the service in the Nursery on a flat-screen TV, so parents who choose to stay with their child, can watch the service, and pop up to the Sanctuary when it’s time to receive communion.

Youth Choir

Singers Wanted: Trinity has a program for young singers that is based on the Royal School of Church Music model.  We meet on Thursday afternoons to prepare music for the First Sunday of each month, as well as special services.  Right now the group is small, so we are meeting as a combined group, but if we had more singers we could split into two groups; one for grades 2-4 and the other for grades 5-10.


In addition to learning how to sing and read music, singers learn the music for worship in context and sometimes have lively conversations about the texts.

Family Prayer Service

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