“Eastminster provides ways for me to give back to our community-through providing meals for the folks who go to Advent House; through helping to make its beautiful grounds welcoming for all of God’s creatures; through praying with others for guidance in advocating for social justice. Hearing God’s word at Eastminster and trying to follow it gives me hope for the future.”
Youth and Children ~ Christian Education Classes are currently on summer break. We look forward to starting again in the fall!
At Eastminster, we believe that ongoing faith formation is crucial for all ages. Sunday mornings include creative and engaging opportunities for all ages to learn and grow into following the ways of Jesus Christ.
Age 4 thru 1st Grade: Holy Moly is an innovative, interactive curriculum for children to ignite a biblical imagination that lasts a lifetime.
Grades 2-4: Whirl is a curriculum that follows the Revised Common Lectionary. This will give parents and kids a great starting off point for those Sunday lunch and car ride discussions after church!
Grades 5-7: Re:form empowers youth to ask questions they actually wonder about the Bible, creed, disciples, Jesus, and other beliefs and hot topics.
Children in Worship
Our Children’s worship time, for ages 4-2nd grade, brings stories of Scripture right in front of them, in a way they can see and experience. Through the use of interactive storytelling they learn to wonder about the stories and live into the mystery of God in their own way. The children are then released after the Children’s message in regular worship to participate in their own worship in Fellowship Hall.
March 5 – Tri-County Office On Aging We will welcome Tammy Lemmer, community relations and grants manager for the TCOA. From their website: “At TCOA, we are part of the community. We serve our neighbors, friends, and family members every day. Our mission is to promote and preserve the independence and dignity of the aging population . . . We advocate for seniors and persons with disabilities to help assure they can live as independently as possible. We advocate for adequate resources and sound public policy.”