Children are welcomed, loved and a vital part of our congregation
Connecting Church and Home (video below!)
It is our hope that each child knows that he or she is a unique child of God, created in His image and deeply loved.
We stand with parents, grandparents, and caretakers as a resource and village to help nurture their child’s faith.
Virtual Sunday School on this site began in September. You can join in any time!
Videos will change every Sunday!
We’re diving into the greatest story of all times –
the Bible, God’s love story to us!
Have your “faith and fun packet” handy!
To receive a packet, go to SundaySchool@StPaulsCrofton.com.
Join us on Sunday!
VIRTUAL "CHILDREN's TIME" VIDEO is active Sunday after 10:30 am
Welcome to Children's Time!
a virtual Sunday School lesson
Welcome Back to Sunday School!
It’s here now– VIRTUALLY!
Join us on our easily accessible Sunday School link above called "Children's Time"!
We’ll discover God’s story and our story in the Bible with lots of
stories, crafts, recipes and games as part of the faith and fun mix!
And… have you checked out the
five Creative Family Nights below?
Choose the things you want to do.
Do share with neighbors and friends!
God bless you!
Creative Family Faith Nights
Check out Family Faith Nights from Creative Communications!
This is a series of 5 newsletters with fun ideas
to nourish family faith life and encourage discipleship.
It is great to use them as an at-home midweek family night or to follow Sunday worship!
For families with children ages 12 and under.
St. Paul's Youth (SPY)
St. Paul's Youth (SPY) is a group for youth beginning in 6th grade.
The youth participate in fun social activities as well as community service projects and church worship activities.
They also have an opportunity to attend Youth Quake, a weekend retreat for youth in grades 6 - 12.
Teens become established in their faith, empowered for Christian living and enabled to live a life of ministry and leadership.
"Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to them."