Birth to 5th Grade
At Christ Church it is our vision to be a church that loves the way God loves. We teach our children to live out that vision as well.
Contact Ashley Simpson, Director of Children’s Ministries
Gospel & Prayers
During the Summer, we take a break from Sunday School and invite the children to join us in the library during the Sermon for a hands-on application of the Gospel reading and time for prayers.
Godly Play (1st Floor of the Education Building)
3 & 4 year olds
Teaches children the Old and New Testaments through story telling
Holy Moly! by Sparkhouse Publishing
A curriculum designed with children in mind that allows them to wonder about the stories along with their teaches. The curriculum uses a short video (without words) and hands on learning activities.
Birth through age 3
*Summer hours 9:30-11:30am
Vacation Bible School 2018
Vacation Bible School will be June 18th-22nd, 2018. Save the Date! Click here to register! In order for children to be able to be a part of VBS, they must have turned 3 by August 31, 2017 and they must be potty trained. Contact Ashley Simpson for more details.
Camp Trinity is the Episcopal Camp of the Diocese of East Carolina. Many members of our parish have not only attended camp as campers there, but have also worked on staff. In 2018, they will be having a STARTER CAMP for Rising 2nd-4th Graders! There are week long sessions available for rising 3rd-12th Graders as well. There are also scholarships available. To learn more about Camp Trinity, Click here.
Other programs sponsored by Children’s Ministries:
Easter Egg Hunt
P.O.D. EYC (3rd, 4th, & 5th Grade Youth Group)
Lenten Children’s Series
Parent’s Night Out
Serving at Worship
The Acolyte Guild at Christ Church has a long rich history of service and of learning. Most importantly, our acolytes play a vital role in helping ensure that our worship services run smoothly.
By playing an active role in worship services, our youth learn how we celebrate our faith throughout the liturgical year. By serving at baptisms, confirmation, weddings and funerals, they learn how we care for the faithful through our Christian sacraments. In the process, they learn both responsibility and leadership skills that help prepare them for the roles they will play as leaders of the church in adulthood.