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CPC Kids
infants thru 5th grade

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For the latest CPC Kids happenings,

check out the CPC Thursday E-blast, 

the weekly CPC Kids email 

or visit the Events page

Not getting all the news? Contact the office at office@chcpc.org to be added to the CPC Kids email list

Sunday School (Sept-May)

CPC Kids Faith Formation
For children 3 yrs - 5th Grade (September-May)

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This year your child's faith formation journey will look a little different. The children will stay in the sanctuary for the entire worship service on Communion Sundays and various other Sundays through out the 2023-2024 season.

 

The remaining Sundays of the month they will start in worship service. After "A Time For Youngest Children" they will be invited to go to room 6 on the lower level for Faith Formation class.

For the latest CPC Kids happenings, check out the CPC Thursday E-blast, the weekly CPC Kids email or visit the Events page

Acolytes needed!
Kids 1st grade and older

You are enthusiastically invited to become an Acolyte for the 9:30 worship. The Acolyte walks up while the Prelude is being played and lights the Christ candle on the chancel! Although this is an important part of the service it is VERY simple...it only take a few minutes for Pastor Beth, 

Pastor Susan or Kristin to teach your child the correct way to carry out this task.

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Nursery

Nursery
For infants through 2-years-old

The Nursery will be staffed one Sunday a month. Check out the Kids' Calendar for dates

Families can drop off their little ones to be cared for by our volunteers. We use a pager system in case a parent is needed. The Nursery is located across from the church office on the main floor and is always open and available for use even when not staffed by our volunteers.  

COMING SOON; live stream of the worship service in the Nursery!

CPC Kids and Families BIG Summer Read and Movie Under the Stars

Charlotte's Web by E.B. White

Some Pig. Humble. Radiant.

These are the words in Charlotte's Web, high up in Zuckerman's barn. Charlotte's spider web tells of her feelings for a little pig named Wilbur, who simply wants a friend. They also express the love of a girl named Fern, who saved Wilbur's life when he was born the runt of his litter.

 

E. B. White's Newbery Honor Book is a tender novel of friendship, love, life, and death that has been enjoyed by generations. Whether you are 3 or 93 this book is perfect summer reading...so join us and read Charlotte's Web as a family or by yourself and enjoy some fun activities along the way!

To cap off this fun summer reading adventure we will have a Charlotte's Web movie viewing party on September 15 at 7:15pm on the south lawn.

Bring your own chair or blanket to spread out on and 

non-perishable food items as your "ticket" into the movie!



Popcorn will be served. Candy and drinks will be sold, cash only.

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Summer Sunday School

(Memorial Weekend-Labor Day) 

This summer, families are invited to worship together. Kids can pick up an activity bag in the Narthex on their way into the Sanctuary and learn a little more about the worship theme during the "Time For Children".

 

"Summer Sundays"

June 4
July 9
August 6


Calling all kids 3 yrs - 5th grade to participate in worship service during 3 summer Sundays.
Sign up to be an Acolyte, Greeter, Usher or Liturgist on Kids' Summer Sundays!

Questions? Contact Kristin Duy, Director of Children and Family Ministries at kduy@chcpc.org!

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Summer Sunday School
Vacation Bible School

Compassion Camp 

Vacation Bible School - 2023

Changing the World with Loving Kindness
August 14 - 18
9am - 11:30 ~ Snack Included
4yrs - 5th grade
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Through Compassion Camp: What Every Living Thing Needs, children will explore what all living things need to live—shelter, food, water, air, and community—and how they can have compassion for the living earth. Through awareness, gratitude, wonderment, and kinship, kids will consider how to become participants in the work of God’s creation. 

 

A typical morning will include:

Gathering and Music, Bible Story, Crafts & Activities, Movement & Games, Compassion in Action

*Reach out to Kristin Duy for more information

Mid-Week Program
CPC Kids' Academy

CPC Kids' Academy

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Looking for a place dedicated to helping your preschoolers learn, grow and belong? Do you need before or after after-school child care?

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