Calendar for Families

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Mid-May through Labor Day

Sunday services

We have one service at 10 a.m. each Sunday. The Toddler room is open. The Youth Group does not meet regularly, but they sometimes get together for fun activities.

Summer holiday for children and teachers

From June 7 through July 12 our programs for children will be on hiatus to give our volunteers and staff a much-deserved rest.

Summer Sundays

The regular Sunday morning classes for children are replaced with the Summer Sundays program which offers fun activities for ages 4 - 12. 

September

Ingathering after the Summer

The Sunday after Labor Day weekend is Ingathering when families return after summer holidays and classes resume for children. Once again we offer two services each Sunday at 9:15 and 11 a.m. 

Seabeck retreat

Families with and without children enjoy the annual Seabeck retreat on the Olympic Peninsula on the third weekend in September. 

October

Halloween

Children are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes on the Sunday before Halloween.

November

Northwest Artists' Holiday Show

On the first Sunday of November there is no Sunday service or classes for kids, because the entire church is transformed into an art show. Bring your children for free childcare while you shop. Invite your neighbors and friends to this juried art show. 

hat and mittens

December

Mitten Tree

We decorate our Mitten Tree with warm hats, mittens, and gloves which people bring for low-income adults and children. 

Christmas Eve

At 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve we hold a Christmas Eve service for adults and children. You will hear the story of Christmas and sing popular carols and songs.

February

melted chocolateChocolate Sunday

The Sunday closest to Valentine's Day is a day for celebrating our love of chocolate. Bring something chocolaty to share at the buffet following the services. 

Pledge Sunday

How much do you appreciate that this congregation and all its programs are here when you want them? Please pledge genersously to help provide lights, heat, and staff throughout the year. 

May

Coming of Age service

The youth who have completed the Coming of Age program present their credos to the congregation. In the past youth have shared their credos as songs, poetry, rap, and readings. Their mentors share what they have learned from the youth during the year. 

Youth Bridging

Young teens are welcomed into the Youth Group and high school graduates bridge into the adult community where they are warmly received. 

Questions?

Contact Rev. Cecilia Kingman, Minister for Families and Faith Development