Children & Youth

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs.
— Matthew 19:14

It's often said that "children are the future of the Church", but that's not entirely correct. Children are an important and wonderful part of the Church now! We are excited to welcome children and youth into our parish so that they too may come to know God more fully.

Sunday School

This year’s Sunday School begins October 7th for our K-6th children! Sunday School starts 10:00am. Children meet with their teachers in St. Alban's Learning Center and enter into worship at the Peace. In Sunday School, kids learn Bible stories, interact with hands-on lessons, and make arts and crafts around the theme of the day.

Paper Bag Sermon

Looking for a message just for the kids? Each week at the 10:00am service announcements, one child brings in a mystery object for the Paper Bag Sermon to present to Father Dennis, who then must preach a brilliant theological masterpiece of a sermon (in about 30 seconds) using the child's chosen object!


At our 10:00am service, children from elementary school through high school may serve as acolytes. Acolytes vest for the service, help the priest and other ministers at the altar, and process into the church with crosses, torches, or the Gospel book. They're a vital part of our worship, and we couldn't do it without them!

The Nursery

For our tiniest parishioners, we have a lovely nursery with books, toys, a changing table, and a restroom. The Nursery is mic'd so that the service can still be heard, and it is directly adjacent to the sanctuary with windows. However, you are always, always welcome in the sanctuary during worship no matter how young your children are and no matter how enthusiastic they become during worship! We love it when children of all ages make joyful noises in the sanctuary, and we're grateful for their presence among us!