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Spiritual Formation for Families

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The Christian Education Commission at Trinity offers regular fellowship opportunities for children and their families. As our baptismal covenant reminds us, all of us (parents, grandparents, and parish members alike) are called to support the children of Trinity as they learn and grow in faith. Sunday School teachers and Children’s Chapel leaders do this when they provide formal (and fun!) lessons for children and youth on Sunday morning. But children also need time to get to know each other and the rest of the church community in a more relaxed atmosphere. Often it’s easiest for children from birth through elementary school to do that in the form of fellowship activities that include the entire family.

Trinity has offered social activities geared to children and their families for several years. These events welcome people of all ages, whether or not they are parents, but the timing and activities are intended to be especially comfortable for children and their parents. Join us whenever you can!

Do you have questions or suggestions? Would you like to get involved? We’d love to hear from you.

Looking for more ways to bring your faith home?  Explore this resource for Episcopal families: Grow Christians: A Community of Disciples Practicing Faith at Home at  Gathering reflections, stories, images and recipes from diverse Episcopalians, this group blog inspires generations to come together as they celebrate the presence of God through the Christian year.