Faith Formation

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Children, Youth, and Families


We have an array of opportunities for our children and youth of all ages and their families – See below!

Contact Kaori Hongo, Coordinator of Children and Youth Ministries, at KHongo@CovenantWeb.org to learn more.



Get on Board! The Family Train is Leaving!



Dear Friends and Families,

We hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the first days of summer!! As we start our summer in a new COVID 19 reality we would like to invite you onto our Family Train!! We will be doing some fun activities and sharing pictures and drawings with everyone!

The train will be leaving soon, so mark your calendars!!! Contact Kaori Hongo at khongo@covenantweb.org if you would like to participate in any or all of these amazing trips!!


Fun First Fridays!

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Friday, July 3 - 6:00-7:00 PM

Red, White and Blue and Some Fun Music, too!

Wear red, white and blue; Bring your picnic dinner; Tote along your banjo or ukulele to play your favorite song or just sing us your favorite one!!


July 13-17 (Ages 7-15)

All Good Gifts Are From God ❤️

We will be featuring members of the church, sharing their talents with us and showing how they feel God in their talents! Some of the talents that will be presented are; herbs and plants, carpentry, photography and the mighty carillon!! Contact Kaori if you would like to join us and she will reserve a seat (and special materials!) for you on the train! Hope to see you on this amazing adventure!


Friday, August 7 - 6:00-7:00 PM

Dog Days of August and Ice Cream, too!

Bring a cooling dip (or two) of your favorite ice cream. Share the flavor with the group and introduce your special pet and meet many more, too!!!



Sunday Morning Child Care

for children infant to pre-k from 9:30am-12:30pm


Sunday School

weekly at 10:15am


Children's Choir

youth share their musical gifts


Youth Study & Activities

for kids from 4th grade through high school


Mission Experiences

both local and out of town


Worship

youth can have a role in service