Young people are most welcome at Epiphany, both in worship and in our programs for children and youth. From birth to the age of 18, we have fun opportunities that nurture spiritual growth.
is available for infants and toddlers on Sundays from 9am through the end of the 10 am service and for special events.
for children 4 years old to 12th grade takes place during the 10 am service on Sundays. The Church School curriculum is the wonder-filled stories of Godly Play.
Children in Grades PreK- 3
enjoy our popular Godly Play experience. Children in Godly Play interact with the key narratives of the Bible in vivid story and interactive three dimensional lessons.
More mature grade school youth enjoy our Seasons of the Spirit
curriculum, this class begins to ask questions and discuss the bible, society, and self.
6th and 7th graders may join a new second class of our two year R13 program
. R13 (Rite13) is the first step in an educational and community effort to prepare our youth for Adulthood. This program culminates in the celebration of maturity known as the R13 Eucharist.
For Students in 8-12 grade we continue the formation of our youth as they mature in the Journey to Adulthood (J2A) program
. In this companion to R13, students continue another two year cycle including preparation for confirmation. While some exceptions are made, youth who wish to be confirmed should participate in the J2A program. So come and enjoy the fun.
Seekers Youth Group
for middle school and high school students meets on Sunday nights for food, fun and games, and spiritual reflection.
Journey to Adulthood
is a youth program that happens every other year and culmanates in confirmation.
2016 Summer Service Project – Spokane Indian Reservation
July 17th to July 23rd, 2016-This year’s Summer Service Project destination will be working with the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, just outside the city of Spokane Washington. We will be partnering once again with Sierra Service Projects a Methodist based youth mission trip organization. This will be SSP’s first year ever serving in the state of Washington, we have been invited to work with the Spokane Indian Reservation Home to about 2,700 tribal members, this area offers summertime temperatures in the low to mid 80’s. We expect a mix of carpentry, painting and minor home repair work. Registration deadline is April 1st 2016. Registration forms are in the Will Call box in the office lobby or you can email email@example.com to have her scan one for you.