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Childrens’ Programming

Join us Sundays

Prayers, Bible Story & Song

Join Amy Molina-Moore on Sundays at 9:30 am on Facebook Live for our Young Family Great Hall service.

Sunday School for Children

Join Miss Katie on Sundays at 10:15 am via Zoom video conferencing for a Sunday School lesson for kids ages 3 to 5th grade. Contact Katie McGervey for call-in instructions.

Youth Sunday School

Join us at 12 noon via Zoom video conferencing. Contact the Youth Council for instructions on how to participate.

Legos for Lent

Legos for Lent has gone online! This popular Lenten activity continues Wednesdays at 5 pm, April 1, 8 and 15 via Zoom video conferencing. Children ages 4-10 and their parents are invited to come hear Bible stories with Miss Katie and depict them in a Lego® creation. Contact Katie McGervey and receive Zoom video conferencing instructions. Send in your Legos pictures so we can post them online.


All mothers are welcome to join Courtney Hundley for the Mothers' Group Daily Meditation, Monday - Friday at 2 pm. Contact Alecia Brinkerhoff if you would like to join us.

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St. Columba’s Fathers' Group offers men with children at home and recent empty-nesters a community where we learn how to use God’s tools to build and develop our lives as fathers and leaders of young people. Join us on biweekly Sundays at 8 pm via Zoom, starting on April 5. Contact: Charles Molluzzo

Important Links

Download these activity pages and have some fun:
Helping others coloring pages (2 of them)
Helping Others coloring page_1
Helping Others coloring page_2

Faith at Home: Spreading Kindness while physically distancing
Spreading Kindness activity page

Need some help with talking to your kids about Coronavirus?
Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus (NPR)
How to Talk to Kids About Coronavirus:
Keeping your own anxiety in check is key
 (New York Times)
Talking to Teens and Tweens About Coronavirus (New York Times)
Free Meals for Students in the DMV (WJLA)