Children & Youth

For remote worship resources, including website, activities, and videos by our clergy and Director of Children's Ministries, Alison Barrington, visit our Remote Worship Resources for Young People page. Children and young people are cherished at St. James. Their keen observation, excited interaction, and earnest questioning are gifts to us all. Sunday School is a community for them to learn to live God-shaped lives in their own way.

Sunday Family Eucharist at 9 a.m.

St. James has resumed our in-person Family Eucharist service at 9 a.m. each Sunday. Reservations are required. This service will not be live-streamed, but if you are not yet comfortable worshipping in person, please tune in to our Sunday live-stream at 11 a.m.

Virtual Sunday School Sessions

Sunday school and Songs and Stories at 10 a.m.

All Sunday school and Songs and Stories children will meet on Sundays at 10 a.m. There will be 3 breakout groups - older children, younger children and Songs and Stories (for under 3s) led by our wonderful team. Click here to join the Zoom gathering!

Youth Ministry Meeting at 10 a.m.

Led by Andrew Shelton and Maria Price for young people in 6th grade and up, St. James Youth Ministry will begin weekly meetings on Sundays at 10 a.m. Click here to join the Zoom gathering!

Spring Arts Camp Sign Up

St. James Cathedral and the Episcopal Church of the Atonement will offer a Spring Arts Camp for children 3-7 years of age on Saturday, May 8. Led by Alison Barrington, Director of Children's Ministries at the Cathedral, and the Rev. Erika Takacs from Atonement, young people will participate in games, crafts, and Bible stories with plenty of time for prayer and singing. Admission is free, but an RSVP for the program is required. All children 3 - 7 years of age are welcome.

Songs & Stories for Good Shepherd Sunday

Godly Play "St Julian of Norwich"

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