Nursery: Cathedral Child Care (ages newborn-4)  

Children & Volunteers in the Cathedral Nursery

Children & Volunteers in the Cathedral Nursery

In the nursery at the Cathedral, there is child care on Sunday mornings during the 10:15am service (ages newborn-4 years), and for select events. All children are welcome in worship if that is the families preference. Additionally, you can bring your child to the nursery at the start of the service and pick them up to join you at the Eucharist.  There is a comfort room (pictured below) towards the back of the Sanctuary behind the chapel if your family should need some space during the service. 

 

Please contact our Children's Minister Emily 

  • Safeguarding God's Children Training

  • if you are interested in serving as a volunteer in the nursery

  • for more information, questions and comments

Children enjoy the nursery space during this fall's Stewardship Dinner. 

Children enjoy the nursery space during this fall's Stewardship Dinner. 

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Our lead Child Care Provider at the Cathedral is Blakelie.

Her background includes working with children as a tutor and coach. She is creative, enthusiastic, and dedicated to working with the Cathedral for the wellbeing and nurturing of the youngest members of the Cathedral in the nursery. 

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Outreach Opportunity

Children decorated back pack tags as we donate back packs filled with school supplies for students at Campbell Park Elementary.

Check out our Children's Corner at Coffee Hour

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Gospel Lesson & Activity: Welcoming Cup. "Give a cup of water to someone who is thirsty..."

Children in the nursery followed with the Gospel Lesson: Matthew 10:40-42 and made a Welcoming Cup to share water, and the Love of Christ, with a friend or family member. 

Gospel Lesson & Activity: My Yoke is Easy. "Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest."

 

Children decorated bags to show how Christ, and the Body of Christ help us to carry what is heavy in our life. Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30