Family with young Children are welcome in the sanctuary during the service. We also have a nursery on site for use during the 10 a.m. service.

Elementary Age Children (K-5th grade)

This class meets every Sunday at 10 am. They go to church during the Peace. The class consists of reading and discussing a Bible story followed by a related craft. Outreach projects such as food collection for Lighthouse and blessing bags for the homeless are projects they have spearheaded for the church. Third and fourth graders can become acolytes and serve during the service.

Middle and High School (6th-12th grade)

This age group is encouraged to attend church services and serve as acolytes, lesson readers, and greeters. Monthly, a planned outreach project or social outing involves internal and external activities. Recent examples of youth activities include the Rise Against Hunger Project, Escape Room [team problem solving], trips to an apple orchard/cider mill, movie nights, blessing bag preparation, and food collection for Lighthouse. The Youth Group also participates in Diocesan-wide events such as its overnight Nightwatch.

Pilgrimages and Mission Trips

We organize a trip for our high schoolers every few years. In July of 2022, we ventured to Puerto Rico, helping families whose houses were damaged by hurricanes and an earthquake. Under the direction of the Diocese of Puerto Rico, the group painted homes inside and out and cleared debris from yards. It was a life-changing event for all who participated. The trip also included visiting a rainforest and a day in old San Juan.


Confirmation classes are presented during the spring to prepare teens to reaffirm their Baptism vows.

Youth & Young Adult Formation