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Childrens’ Programs

Children's Sunday School

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. This week we continue our exploration of what God's Beloved Community looks like, and will explore our homes and our hospitality. Contact Katie McGervey for call-in instructions.

Sunday School FAQ

Who should come to Sunday School? 
Everyone in your household is Welcome, even the pets and stuffed friends!

Where do I find Zoom link? 
Contact Katie McGervey for the link - even at 10:14 am on Sunday morning!

Do I need to prepare for Sunday School?
No, just drop in!

How do we prepare to do crafts? 
Look at the Sunday School Basics attached here and prepare a container with some simple craft supplies.  One craft each week will be doable from this list.

Do I have to read the big handout?  What's in it? 
No, it contains background information; a coloring page and word search; craft instructions and things to print if needed for the second craft; and ideas to practice faith at home.


Moms!

All mothers are welcome to join Courtney Hundley in meditation: Wednesdays at 2 pm.  Contact Alecia Brinkerhoff if you would like to join us.

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Dads!

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?
BrainPOP COVID-19
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)