Children and Youth Programs
Note: The most up-to-date list of our virtual programming can be found on our virtual events calendar.
Children and Youth search for a spiritual identity all their own. At Middle Collegiate Church, we create a safe space where they can question, express, and explore their concerns about identity, responsibility, friendship, peer pressure, and how God fits into their lives. We use Biblical narratives and other stories to teach values such as kindness, love, service, self-control, caring for others, generosity, living in community, and the importance of creating a just world. We use the arts extensively to enhance how children and youth learn. During this COVID moment, we are still continuing to meet on Zoom to nurture our youngest community members!
For more information and to gain access to our Middle families Facebook group where we post interactive videos and crafts, please email Elise Tiralli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sundays, 11-11:30am, Zoom
Grades Pre-K through 5th
Children are invited to join our weekly Bible class that explores the intersections of faith, love, and justice in age-appropriate ways.
Sundays, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., Zoom
The Village Chorus for Children and Youth explores a diverse repertoire from many cultures. Children learn the basic elements of vocal production, sing in various languages, and offer soul stirring music. There is no cost to participate but children should have a love for music, a strong desire to learn, and the ability to read.
2nd Sundays, 11:00-11:40am, Zoom
Middle and high school students are invited to engage in honest conversations and team-building activities to connect faith and justice.