CHILDCARE & ENRICHMENT
In a dedicated classroom and under the supervision of a professional teacher, children participate in age-appropriate activities and are introduced to basic religious enrichment.
As we countdown to Christmas, children will be creating their own advent wreaths and designing angels for a creche while they explore the birth stories of Jesus. We will discuss (and demonstrate) baptism and how St. Nicholas exemplified the virtue of Christian generosity. The children will also be busy rehearsing their roles in the annual Christmas pageant to be held on Christmas Eve.
Drop-ins are welcome for a portion or the entirety of a Sunday Service.
What's Happening in the Classroom?
Interested in a Children's Chapel?
We are at the ready to launch a "Children's Chapel" for children who may have "aged out" of our childcare classroom and would like to learn the Weekly Readings at their level and engage in a related activity. This could take place during the Liturgy of the Word section of the Service or even during coffee hour.
Please contact our Director of Religious Education, Russ Tripi (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you think this would be something of interest to your child.
Meet our Teacher
Hello, my name is Kinsey Robinson and I have been the Sunday School teacher at St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church since 2015. I have been attending St. Barts since my baptism in 1997 and am very happy to be able to educate our youngest members of the parish. I am a licensed PK-3 teacher and I also have a K-12 Reading Endorsement. I hold my first aid and CPR certifications as well as being Epi-Pen trained. I am looking forward to meeting new families and growing our Sunday School family in addition to our community. We hope to see you soon!