Grace Cathedral is a house of prayer for all people, and that means all ages! Young people are always welcome to worship with the congregation and take part in our Sunday morning programs.
Please register for our weekly Children, Youth, and Family Ministries newsletter to stay connected to all the offerings in the program!
Children, Youth, and Family Schedule
Sunday, December 4 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 4 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sunday, December 11 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 18 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Our youth group pilgrims will deepen their understanding of the fight for justice in the U.S. and experience how the fight continues. They will meet community groups and leaders, see civil rights memorials and museums, reflect upon the challenges of social justice work… and learn the skills and mindset needed to be tomorrow’s changemakers.
Children are invited to join us each Sunday online for stories, activities, songs, and more!
In-person Sunday classes @ 11 am
We do Sunday classes during the service in the beautiful Chapel of Grace, as well as at other locations around the cathedral. Our starting place each week is the Seating area for Children and their Families in the South Transept of the cathedral.
We invite children and their families to explore the seating and activity area in the South Transept of the Cathedral (to the left of the altar). We have a library and activity tables available at all times. During the 11 am service, the area is stocked with drawing materials, stickers and more.
Growing with Grace
2022 is the year of Connection. As Grace continues to connect with our congregants both in-person and online, we designed a short video series that helps children and their families to explore our magical cathedral and their relationship with God.
Baptism is a joyous occasion in our beautiful cathedral. Please visit this page for current information about Baptism at Grace Cathedral.
In the Episcopal Church, those baptized at an early age are invited to make a mature public affirmation of their faith at a later age through confirmation. Our next confirmation class for youth (14-18) will begin on 1/30. Please contact Steph McNally for more information about Youth Confirmation. Please visit this page for more information about adult confirmation, as well as about reception and reaffirmation ceremonies.
All baptized children are welcome to receive communion as baptism is considered to be full and complete initiation into the Body of Christ.
For More Information
Steph McNally leads our Children, Youth and Family Ministry. She would love to hear from you with questions or suggestions.