Families are an integral part of our community, from Sunday Eucharist & Christian Education, to family-friendly games, activities & events.


Families at St. C's

Families are an integral part of our community. St. C's offers a Sunday Nursery for infants & toddlers during morning worship and we include families in our weekly celebration of the Eucharist. Older children are invited to serve as Acolytes, Ushers, and Readers. Baptism and Confirmation preparation are available upon request. We also hold a variety of family-friendly activities throughout the year. Please Join Us! 

Sunday School 2016

St. C parishioner Dr. Sherri Stuver leads our Sunday School program. Children in Grades 1-6 meet in the lower Sunday School Room from 9:50 - 10:30 AM; children then join their families for Eucharist. Sherri and our other teachers partner with a parish volunteer each week to teach a Lesson from The Jesus Storybook Bible, a curriculum that, "invites children to join in the greatest of all adventures, to discover for themselves that Jesus is at the center of God’s great story of salvation―and at the center of their story too." It's a great time to invite families to Sunday School at St. C's.
 
From Sherri:
Sunday School has been an important part of my life and played a formative role in the development of my Christian beliefs.  I loved every aspect of Sunday school – the Bible stories, the activities, the singing.  Growing up, some of my strongest memories of going to church involved Sunday school.  When our daughter, Christy, was a child, I had the joy of teaching Sunday school here at St. Chrysostom’s.  Led by various parishioners, we had a vibrant Sunday school program.  It was a lot of fun, and the children enjoyed learning about the Bible and the principles of our faith.  Building on this tradition, I have volunteered to teach a four-week session during Advent, for children in Grades 1-6.  We look forward to working with any interested  children, and we hope to continue in the new year!
 
In my day-to-day life, I am on faculty at BU School of Public Health, where I teach graduate students about epidemiology (“the study of the distribution and determinants of disease”).


Questions?

Contact our Sunday School Teacher, Sherri Stuver