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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. Leaders follow a rhythm of: welcoming activity, liturgy, Gospel reading, and closing prayers.

Before the Eucharist in the Sanctuary, children are walked back to the 10:15 service in the nave with the verger and Children's Chapel volunteers to rejoin their families for the remainder of worship. On the 2nd Sundays of the month, children remain in Children's Chapel for the entirety of the 10:15 service to participate in clergy-led Children's Eucharist. 

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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. 

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Sunday December 3rd after the 10:15 service

Children & families are welcome to join in fellowship together in Harvard Hall during coffee hour to make Advent crafts! Lunch included.

contact: Emily

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Cathedral Christmas Pageant

Sunday December 17th during the 10:15 service.

Click here to learn more & participate

Cathedral Children's Ministries 

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 coat rack with bags: inside you'll find coloring books and crayons for children to take into worship and to return after the service. Look for more children-friendly worship offerings in the future as the year progresses. 

click here for the Top 10 Reasons to include Children (& Youth) in Church-from Forma

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Messy Church!

 

Join us for Messy Church at the Cathedral! We will follow Paul's journey in Acts through story telling, crafts and music. 

Messy Church is our monthly intergenerational family gathering involving: worship, crafts, music, storytelling and a shared supper. 

We will travel around the Mediterranean with Paul sharing the news of Jesus (and dealing the vipers, shipwrecks, prison). Our travelers will have passports and maps to use for the journey.

Contact: Betsy Adams

 

 

Beyond Sunday mornings,

  • children are invited to Messy Church! held on the 2nd Thursday of the month
  •  Stay tuned for more collaboration with the St. Petersburg Deanery as the year unfolds.
  • We continue to look for ways to children into the life of the Cathedral. Come and see in the upcoming weeks changes to coffee hour, such as: a child-friendly space and healthy snacks. 

Please contact Children's Minister: Emily with questions, ideas, comments.. and if you would like to serve with our children at the Cathedral. 

During the cycle of the Episcopal Church Calendar Year, there are a growing variety of offerings for children.

 

FYI:

Do you know that the Cathedral has a Children & Youth Committee?
This group includes lay ministers, parents, volunteers, clergy and staff, who all share an interest in life of Children & Youth at the Cathedral
and beyond. If you are interested in learning more, and perhaps joining the conversation,
please contact Canon Katie.

Prepping for Children's Chapel: Approaching the altar together as we receive bread. 

Do you know that the Cathedral has a Children & Youth Committee?
This group includes lay ministers, parents, volunteers, clergy and staff, who all share an interest in life of Children & Youth at the Cathedral
and beyond. If you are interested in learning more, and perhaps joining the conversation,
please contact Canon Katie.