Christian Formation Offerings

Infants, Children and Youth

On Sunday mornings children should be brought to the appropriate room no later than 10:00 am, following the 9:00 am service. Formation ends promptly at 11:00 am. Children in Grade 2 and younger will need to be picked up and signed out. 

Nurseries: open on Sunday mornings from 8:45 am - 12:30 pm

  • 6 weeks - 24 months - Room 101
  • 2 - 5 years - Room 102

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

 Teaches small children how to be in the presence of the Holy Spirit by performing intentional and thoughtful acts of liturgy.

  • Age 3 (by 9/1/17) - Room 305
  • Pk4 - K - Room 301
  • Grades 1-3 - Room 304

Weaving God's Promises

This comprehensive Christian education curriculum was developed and written exclusively for the Episcopal Church by Morehouse Education Resources. Old and New Testament as well as Liturgical content are included. We believe it builds on The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and provides a foundation for the 6-12th grade curricula they will encounter.

  • Grades 4 - 5 - Room 306

Youth - Life and Lectionary

Middle school and high school students break into adult-led small group discussion based on age and gender. These groups encourage discussion and sharing on spiritual themes in relation to their lives inside and outside the church.

  • Grades 6 - 12 - Youth House


February 11 - March 25

The Pilgrim’s Way for Adults:
What is going on in the Youth House? What are your children being taught each Sunday? Come and find out in this class led by Robert Fain and other Clergy of the Parish. Each Sunday parents will engage the actual lesson plans being taught that morning to our children and students. In this way, parents will be better equipped to be catechists to their own children and make their house a laboratory for Christian Formation and discipleship. Led by Robert Fain in Room 302.
The Days that Changed the World:
February 18, March 18 and March 25. Led by Andy Menger in the Conference Room.
A Lawyer's Examination of the Trials of Jesus:
February 25 and March 4. Led by Carleton Vaughn in the Conference Room.
A Doctor's Look at Crucifixion:
March 11. This class will be in the Conference Room and facilitated by Joe Bowden.