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Programs for Children
Grace and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church is a place where children can grow in God’s love. All adults working with children in our parish are required to follow the Colorado diocesan guidelines and complete the child safety training “Safeguarding God’s Children.”
Our Sunday morning schedule:
- Nursery for 3 months to age 3: 7:45 am-12:30 pm
- Sunday School for ages 3-11 at 10:15 am (September-May)
- Wee Worship Second Sundays, 10:30 am (September-May) for families with newborns to age 6
Our youngest visitors may remain with their parents in the sanctuary or join the nursery, located in the education wing. Our staff is experienced and trained in child and infant CPR and create a safe, nurturing environment that is age appropriate for babies (3 months old) and toddlers (age 3 and under). For more information about the nursery program, please contact Helen Hazelton, director of children’s programs.
Sunday School 2017-2018: Saints and Sacraments
This year, we'll explore the saints who've gone before us and the sacraments that shape our faith. Register after services on Sun., Aug 27 when we celebrate the Feast of St. Stephen (observed) and enjoy our annual parish picnic! Parents and children are invited to meet teachers and one another at our Young Family Fall Kick-off Ice Cream Social on Sat., Sept. 9 on the South Lawn here at the church from 4:30 pm -- 6 pm.
Then Sunday School begins on Sun., Sept. 10 at 10:30 am. This year, we'll explore the saints who've gone before us and the sacraments that shape our faith.
For more information, please contact Helen Hazelton, director of children's programs.
Grace and St. Stephen’s parish loves music—and children! Three choirs, based on age, offer children the opportunity to make friends and have fun while learning church traditions and vocal and musical skills.
- Cherub Choir: for children in kindergarten and 1st grade
- St. Cecilia Choir: for youth in 7th-12th grade
- St. Nicholas Choir: for children in 2nd-6th grade
Learn more by contacting Deke Polifka, organist and choirmaster.