Cathedral Children's Ministries 

Please contact Children's Minister: Emily with questions, ideas, comments.

The Cathedral offers a place for children. On Sunday mornings, children may be in worship with their families, or join in Children's Chapel worship. In the Narthex, look for a bookshelf: inside you'll find coloring books and crayons for children to take into worship and to return after the service. 

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Children's Chapel

On Sunday mornings at 10:15, Children are welcome in the Children's Chapel for their worship. 

Children's Chapel offers a child-centered worship space on Sunday mornings during the 10:15 service. Children will participate in a liturgy designed for them, where they can learn the rhythms of Episcopal worship. They hear the Gospel lesson for that Sunday from a child-geared translation: God's Word: My Voice. Lay Leaders follow a rhythm of: welcoming activity, liturgy, Gospel reading, and closing prayers.

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Children's Eucharist

Every 2nd Sunday in the Children's Chapel, children are invited to participate in Children's Eucharist: an integral heart of the Episcopal liturgy and life. They remain in Children's Chapel for the entirety of the 10:15 service and join their families at coffee hour. 

Messy Church!

Join us for Messy Church at the Cathedral!

Once a month September-May & Pop-Up events. 

Contact: Betsy Adams

 

ABOVE: Children's Eucharist in the Children's Chapel

ABOVE: A place for Children during coffee hour in Harvard Hall after the 10:15 service on Sunday mornings

ABOVE: VBS 2018 Care of Creation... & it was good

ABOVE: VBS (VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 2017: Justice Makers)

ABOVE: Christmas in July (Christmas cookie decorating & coloring on backpack tags to put on bags to be blessed & donated to local children)

ABOVE: St Pete Deanery Event for Children at St Matthew's Episcopal Church

ABOVE: Easter Sunday Egg Hunt at the Cathedral

ABOVE: Lent & Children's Ministries

ABOVE: Epiphany in Children's Ministries

ABOVE: Christmas pageant (Journey to the Nativity 2017)

ABOVE: Advent (wreath-making & anticipating Christmas)