9:15 a.m. Pre-K – 12th grade

Holy Cross provides religious education to all children and youth on Sunday mornings. Sunday School is held from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. most Sundays September through May. Parents are asked to register their children in September at the beginning of the school year, but children are welcome in Sunday School at any time.

Throughout the year, children are invited to attend Children's Chapel during the 10:30 a.m. service. Children's Chapel is an age-appropriate exploration of the Gospel. Children rejoin their parents for communion.

 

 

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Questions?
Megan Hoskins
megan.hoskins@holycrossepiscopal.org
Director of Formation

Ages 4 - 2nd Grade

Godly Play is a program based on the Montessori method of education. The Godly Play approach helps children explore their faith through story, learn religious language, and enhance their spiritual experience through wonder and play. The Godly Play method serves our youngest members of the parish. We have created two Godly Play sacred spaces in our classrooms downstairs (Pre-K & Kindergarten and 1st & 2nd grade).

3rd - 5th Grade

Living The Good News, a Christian education curriculum based on the common lectionary, emphasizes the heritage of the Episcopal Church, the sacraments, and the Prayer Book. The curriculum also explores the liturgical seasons of the year. It is based on scripture, tradition, and reason. A goal of Living the Good News is discovering God in the liturgy and symbols of the church, as well as in the people of God.

6th – 12th Grade

Living The Good News, a Christian education curriculum based on the common lectionary, emphasizes the heritage of the Episcopal Church, the sacraments, and the Prayer Book. The curriculum also explores the liturgical seasons of the year. It is based on scripture, tradition, and reason. A goal of Living the Good News is discovering God in the liturgy and symbols of the church, as well as in the people of God.

This discussion-based class will also explore the intersection of faith and experience. It will address the issues of students' daily lives and how their faith can support them as they navigate the world.