ss1Our Sunday School groups meet during the 10:00 a.m. service each Sunday.

 This Week in Sunday School

The School-Age, The Preschool Group and The Ark (for tweens and teens):Children from 2.5 to 16 years of age gather in the children's activity area in the North Transept of the church before the 10 a.m. service, remain in church till after the Children's Focus, head to the classroom for Bible stories and activities, returning to the service in time for communion.

Infant Toddler Group: Children under 2.5 years of age can be dropped off in the Infant/Toddler space in the Reception Room before the 10 a.m. service and picked up from there when it is over.  A parent may choose to remain with the child until he or she feels comfortable or if the teacher suggests that you do so.

Child care is offered in the Preschool classroom during the 9 to 10 a.m. Christian Education Hour.


Children are needed to serve as crucifer and acolytes for the children’s procession during the Liturgy of the Palms on Palm Sunday (March 25) - please let me know if your child or children can participate.  More reasons to join us: dramatic presentation of St. Mark’s Passion followed by a delicious BRUNCH in the Parish Hall - all are welcome, why not bring a friend! Able to lend a hand at the brunch? Contact Francesca This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Family groups needed to read on Good Friday (March 30) at the 9:00 a.m. Family Way of the Cross interactive service. Please let me know if you can participate. 
Please check our website for the times of all our Holy Week/Easter services: 
This Week in Sunday School - God's Love is On Our Hearts -  Jeremiah 31:31-34
FOCUS: Jeremiah was a prophet around 625 BCE when the Hebrew people were divided into two kingdoms - Israel in the north and Judah in the south. In the middle of the national disaster when Babylon conquered Judah and destroyed Jerusalem, Jeremiah prophesies that God will make a new covenant unlike the ones made with their ancestors Noah, Abraham, and Sarah. In God's new world each person will have the law within them and community interactions will be radically different...
Do we hear words of hope and promise in Jeremiah's prophesy?
Can we write God's message of love on our hearts?

Prayer: God, we thank you for your words and your ways that are deep inside each of us and all around us. May we come to experience a deepening relationship with you. Amen
 See you in church!