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Elementary Formation

Elementary Formation

Welcome to Elementary Formation! We look forward to welcoming your child to a class sometime soon. Class placement is determined by the child’s age as of September 1, 2019.

Windsor Campus Contact: Elise Jones

The Hill Contact: Sam Hensley

Where & When

Godly Play
Sundays, 10:15a (during worship)
Education Center | Windsor Campus
Note: Godly Play will resume September 8

Music & Movement on The Hill
Sundays, 10:30a
Woodland Campus

Wednesdays on Windsor - Children's Formation
Wednesdays, 4:30- 5:15p
Woodland Campus

Wednesdays,  6:30p - 7:30p
Windsor Campus

Aneta Hayne Photography

Formation Offerings

Ages 3 - 5th grade 
Godly Play nurtures children's wonder and joy in a warm, inviting, and fun atmosphere, while their families attend worship. This curriculum encourages our children to explore their faith through story and self-directed responses. Children are greeted at the door and once ready, join their community in the circle. All children are dropped off in Allen Hall and picked up by their parents at the Peace in their classrooms.

Ages 3 - 5th grade
Our preschool and elementary children will gather weekly to walk in the Way of Love together. Our multi-aged community will focus on engaging their interests, connecting Jesus' teachings to their everyday lives and building relationships.

3rd - 5th Grades
Edge is an age-level small group just for 3rd - 5th graders. Preteens will gather in the Edge Lounge for games and discussion centered on the Way of Love. Kids will learn to engage their faith critically and connect to the world around them.

Ages 3 - 10
Kids are invited to sing, play, and build community with one another through music, art, and storytelling.

2nd Grade and Older, Offered during Lent
While we welcome all children receive Communion, our Communion Instruction class empowers our Second Graders (and older) to make worship a home for their faith. With at least one parent present and supporting their learning, children closely examine the furnishings and layout of the church; the altar and its vessels of worship; and the Altar Guild sacristy. Additionally, participants explore the Sacrament’s meaning, as well as practice the choreography for receiving the bread and wine.