Looking for a church where you can worship with your entire family, including your crying infant, rambunctious toddler, perfect school-aged child, and bookish teenager? You found it.
At St. George, children and young people are not segregated away from the “adult” community during worship. There is no “children’s church.” There is no “youth service.” There is only the gathering of the One Body of Christ, an intergenerational assembly in which all are made equal by fully participating in the Lord’s Supper, regardless of age.
While worship itself is always intergenerational, we also have a number of child and adolescent ministries available where your kids can come and encounter Christ through forming friendships with Christian adults and peers while learning the basics of the Orthodox Christian faith.
We invite every child of God to join us in worship at St. George. We know that for some of our families, minor accommodations can make that much easier. Because of that awareness, we encourage you to communicate your needs with our clergy and staff.
If you, your child or someone in your family would benefit from specific types of support via sensory accommodations or physical modifications at our events or services, please contact us at 602-953-1921 or contact us here. While we are not equipped to meet and support every need, we welcome the opportunity to partner with you to make Divine Liturgy a welcome place for every member of your family. We will certainly do what we can to make our worship open to all of our people to fully participate in the worship of God!