Most children are curious about God, they have questions; they wonder about prayer and about life’s crises and where God fits in.   At St. Paul’s we want to help your child explore these questions, find belonging and acceptance all while building community and friendships.

Belonging begins with Worship and your children are very welcomed here. Sunday Worship is a community activity to be explored together.  Children of all ages are welcomed to stay in the worship area or head to the Kids Zone.  The Kids Zone is a room just outside the sanctuary that is outfitted with activities, crafts items, games and reading material.  The room is equipped with sound and has windows into the sanctuary so you and your children can still be a part of Worship.   There is also a crib and change table.

Each week we set aside some time for our young Christians during the service where they are encouraged to come to the front of the sanctuary for a special object lesson or message time with the minister or lay leader.  At the current time following the pandemic we are not offering church school during the service.

During the summer, St. Paul’s is proud to offer day camps for children aged preschool to high school.  Check back next spring for more information.      

Camp Douglas Summer Camp Looking for a true camping experience for your child?  Well, look no further than Camp Douglas.   Camp Douglas provides an outdoor experience that is great for teaching children and youth about God's creation and His love.  St. Paul’s sponsors many children to go to camp each year.  You can check out what Camp Douglas has to offer at