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Children’s & Family Ministry

Looking for information on our summer program for children? Click here for details and registration on our 2022 Summer MissionX, “Wild Wonder: A Creation Care Camp”

We offer a variety of programs and opportunities to teach children about God’s love for them and increase their knowledge and understanding of the Bible. We are committed to equipping parents with the support and resources to help them to nurture their children’s faith at home.

Our Sunday morning Church School classes meet 9:45-10:45am, September through May. We also offer a summer Bible school program and many seasonal events for children and families.

Volunteers who wish to serve in our ministries for children and youth are required to complete Westminster’s Child & Youth Protection Policy Training and renew their training every three years.

Additional Resources for Faith Formation at Home

To continue learning, growing, and connecting, Westminster offers these 24/7 online resources for children and families:

Enjoy Godly Play lessons and story-time on our YouTube channel.

Download “Taking Faith Home,” a weekly resource for families that offers devotions, a weekly prayer, Bible verse, and more.

Contact Marietta to receive Westminster’s “Forming Faith at Home” newsletter for families. It’s packed with activities and resources!

Talking About Race: Resources for Children & Families

Social Justice Resources from The Children’s Community School

31 Children’s books to support conversations on race, racism, and resistance

Tips for Talking to Children About Race and Racism by Erin Winkler, Associate Professor of Africology and Urban Studies,  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. What Do We Tell Our Children? From USA Today, how to approach the topics of police brutality and events surrounding the protests with both white children and children of color

Raising White Kids: Bringing Up Children in a Racially Unjust America, book by Jennifer Harvey, professor of religion and ethics at Drake University