Children & Youth
Children of all ages are encouraged to attend worship on Sunday mornings. We appreciate their wiggles and noises-it reminds us all that Jesus loves the little children! In addition to attending worship:
Viewing room: For our youngest children a viewing room with audio is available; a TV with a video feed is located next door in the library, as well.
Sunday School - is offered during the worship hour for grades K-7. It is a time for the children to learn stories of the Bible and do a faith-based activity or craft.
Sunday School: Meets on the 1st Sunday of the month at 9:30am for PreK to 7th grade.
-These Sunday morning classes teach the major Bible stories and themes and go through the entire Bible every three years on a rotation.
Youth Group & Confirmation
Youth Group: games, special events, and devotionals to increase their faith. This currently happens twice a month on Sunday evenings, usually from 5:30 to 7:30pm.
Confirmation: one year of weekly classes (for those in 7th or 8th grade). The classes and experiences provide a chance to “dig deeper” into faith and Christian practice and offers the teens a chance to “make the faith their own.” Ends with a worship service of celebration.
Retreats: there are occasional special retreats, camps and trips each year.
The church coordinates missions and service projects for families and children to complete together. Activities include packing backpacks at School on Wheels, making a meal at church to send to Father Bills, hosting a food drive for Easton Food pantry and more.
Be on the look out for special events throughout the year, including:
Rally Sunday in September
Trunk or Treat in October
Deck the Church in December
Easter Egg Hunt in March/April
Children’s Sunday in June
Vacation Bible School in August
Covenant Kids Choir
Sings regularly in worship, for children in 1st to 7th grades.
Youth and children are also involved in worship in other ways, including playing instruments, greeting and being acolytes. There are also occasional groups for youth and children, like a youth handbell choir and the yearly Christmas pageant.