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Children, Youth and Family Ministry

Children, Youth and Family

Our Children, Youth & Family Ministry
team offers Christian Formation through
a faith-enriching curriculum and
community-building events.
Our staff works collaboratively with
Good Shepherd families to nurture faith
journeys from preschool through
high school graduation. We welcome
all families – whether long-tenured or
brand-new to the parish – to join
these programs.
If you would like to subscribe to
the Children, Youth & Family email,
please contact the Rev. Brin Bon.

Windsor Campus contacts:

The Hill contact:



Sundays   |  9:15a
Early Church
Windsor Campus, PLC
Please join us on Sunday morning service in the PLC. With special attention to children ages 8 years and younger, this service will be shorter in duration, including a brief sermon.


Sundays   | 9:45 – 11:45a
Both Campuses, Nursery
Nursery care is provided for our youngest members (under 3 years old) every Sunday during the 10:30a services. In a warm and nurturing environment, we will assist you in beginning to build your child's faith foundation from the ground up. Children can be picked up at any time. We look forward to greeting you and your children for nursery care!

Godly Play
Sundays   | 10:30a
Education Building, Second floor
Godly Play is our Sunday School program for children ages 3 years old (and fully potty trained)–5th grade. Before the 10:30a worship services, parents bring their children to the Godly Play rooms located on the second floor of the Education Building. Greeters at the door help each child become ready to enter the room quietly. Children will sit in a circle with a storyteller who will share the Godly Play story of the day. Everything in the classroom is intentionally set as a “sacred space” for a time of engagement that shapes and deepens the faith of our children. Parents return at the Peace to pick up their children for Holy Communion.  

We always welcome new adult and youth partners in ministry to our Sunday morning Godly Play team! The Godly Play method nourishes spiritual and moral development in both children and adults. The goal is for children to enter adolescence with an understanding of Christian language and stories that will be with them for the rest of their lives. Faith practice is a lifelong journey. Through wondering about God’s stories, we are all nourished.
For more information, please contact Jessica Riels.


Shepherd Kids
Wednesdays   |   4:30p–5:15p
Windsor, Education building, room 213
Early elementary-age children (Kindergarten–2nd grade) gather for a mid-week check-in with their church family. Meet us from 4:30p—5:15p on Wednesdays in the Gathering room (second floor, Education Building)for fun and faith formation.For more information, please contact Jessica Riels.  

Wednesdays   |   4:30p–5:15p
Windsor, Education building, room 211
Older elementary-age children (3rd–5th grade)gather weekly in the Edge lounge (second floor, Education Building) for Bible study lessons and activities. Our discussion focuses on reaching beyond ourselves, serving and connecting with each other and our neighbors. For more information, please contact the Rev. Brin Bon.

Youth Choir
Wednesdays   |   5:30p–6:00p
Windsor Campus, Choir room
Youth Choir (all ages) provides an opportunity for children of all ages to benefit from the joys of music. No previous choir experience is necessary. Through weekly rehearsals, the choir prepares to participate in several worship services during the program year. It is the highlight of a Sunday morning to see the children sing! If you would like to join the Youth Choir group, please contact Christina Baird.

Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)
Wednesdays   |   6:30p–7:30p
Windsor Campus, Youth corner
EYC is a place for young people (6th–12th grades) to grow into themselves in Christian community. It serves as a weekly touch point to talk about our lives and journey together through the challenges of middle school and high school. We share a meal, ask questions and learn what it means to be joyful followers of Christ’s Word and love. For more information, please contact the Rev. Brin Bon.