The Christian Education Program at St. John's Church seeks to meet the diverse needs of all its children as an important part of the community of faith and the future life and strength of our Church.
The goal of the Church School is to offer the youngest members of our community an opportunity
to gain an understanding of the fundamental tenets of the Christian faith and the rich history of the Anglican tradition;
an appreciation for the Episcopal form of worship;
to be fully engaged in the outreach mission of the Church.
The curriculum for the Church School offers a creative and interactive approach to educating them that accommodates St. John's unique demographics.
Click here to read our Wonderful Church School Director's, JJ Robinson, Creative Lessons
Church School is offered during the 10 a.m. service from September through June. Childcare is available for the very youngest children during the 10 a.m. service. Once a month, all children are encouraged to attend the 10 a.m. service and, as appropriate, begin their service as Acolytes.
Throughout the year, children of the Church School participate in a variety of the Outreach efforts of the Parish, including baking pies at Thanksgiving for the food baskets which are distributed by the Town to members of the community.