Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we have decided that it is best to close the nursery and we are not offering children's programming at this time.
Children and Family Ministry
Children’s Activity Bags During Worship
Trinity has prepared activity bags for children (toddlers-5th grade). If you attend Trinity regularly, your child will have a personalized activity bag with their name (first name only) written on it! This bag will stay at the church during the week. When your family arrives for worship, please pick up the activity bag from the designated table. Your child can enjoy the coloring pages and quiet toys during the service. At the end of worship, you are welcome to take home the coloring pages but please collect all other items and return them to the bag. Seal the bag shut and drop it off at the activity bag table before you leave.
Are you a first-time visitor? We have activity bags (not previously used) ready for your child's name to be added to it! By making individual activity bags available for our children, we hope to keep all of our families safe and healthy while worshipping together.
Trinity is not requiring children or adults to wear masks during service, but it is encouraged per CDC guidelines. The CDC defines those who should wear a mask as people older than 2 years of age in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
Children’s Sunday School - currently unavailable
Children are invited to join us every Sunday morning for Sunday school (nursery care is always available during the Sunday school hour and worship service). At the beginning of 2020, we started a series on the fruit of the Spirit. During Sunday school, children have the opportunity to learn about God, prayer, reading the Bible, and they are encouraged to ask tough questions! Sunday school begins at 9:15 am and meets in the Fellowship Hall.
Children’s Worship - currently unavailable
Children’s worship is available Sunday mornings during our 10:30 am worship service. Children join their families for the beginning of worship and are dismissed partway through the service for children's worship in the Fellowship Hall. This year, children will learn about loving God and loving neighbor, focusing on what it means to be part of a community. The topic for March is Observing Lent in Community. If you would like to join our Trinity Families Facebook group, contact Melissa.
While the church is closed, check out the weekly activities posted in the Trinity Families Facebook group as well as other online offerings posted on Facebook and the home page.
Trinity offers a multitude of programs for our youngest members and their friends. We strive to enable the children to learn at their own pace while they participate in a variety of activities while growing in Christ’s name.
Sunday Morning Safety
Trinity’s Children’s Ministry team is always working to ensure a clean and safe environment for all our families. For this reason, we ask that all families who use our nursery and participate in children’s ministry complete an activity release form. This provides our staff with parent/emergency contact information so that we can quickly reach parents in the case of an emergency. If there is ever a change in contact information, please alert Melissa or one of our nursery staff members right away.
Contact Melisssa Kramer, Director of Congregational Ministries at email@example.com for more information and to become involved in this ministry!