The Children of St. John’s Church
Our children’s gatherings aim to build community in Christ through play, exploration of the Bible, Creeds & Prayers, creative response, & participation in musical worship. We follow along with the church calendar in order to encourage family immersion in the story of our faith.
8:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. NURSERY (available all year)
Infants and Toddlers (newborn – age 3)
Our nursery is available on the first floor of Cranmer Hall from 8:45 a.m. until the end of the 11 a.m. service.
For parents attending the 10 a.m. Christian Education hour, children (pre-K through 5th grader) will participate in supervised fellowship and play in the classroom on the second floor of Cranmer Hall.
Please sign your child in upon drop-off. Your little ones are in good hands with our qualified nursery staff. For peace of mind, we will use your cell phone number to notify as needed.
10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL (available all year, but less structured during the summer)
Pre-K through 5th grade
Each Sunday at 10 a.m. Sarah Ross, Director of Children’s Ministry teaches Sunday Church School in Cranmer Hall on the 2nd floor. (During the summer weeks, we will offer a less structured children’s lesson.)
All children must be registered for the school year. Registration forms will be available in Cranmer Hall. You may also download, complete, and bring the registration forms with you on Sunday. You may follow our SJC Children on Facebook.
10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. YOUTH SUNDAY SCHOOL (available all year, but less structured during the summer)
Middle School to High School
We offer a confirmation class for 6th graders as well as a class designed for 7th-12th graders. Both classes are held on the 3rd Floor of Cranmer Hall.
Visit our Youth of St. John’s Church page for more details about our ministry for middle school through high school aged youth.
All parents are asked to volunteer at least twice during the school year, either as a teacher’s aide or building supervisor. Any confirmed member of St. John’s (at least 16 years old) may volunteer as a teacher’s aide and we would especially appreciate support from grandparents and youth.
All volunteers are required to complete the Safeguarding God’s Children online course every three years. If you have not already taken the course or need a refresher go online at http://georgia.anglican.org/about/clergy/safeguarding/. If you have any questions regarding Safeguarding God’s Children contact Janice Woods in our church office at 912-232-1251
Questions about our Children’s Ministry? Please email Sarah Ross, Director of Children’s Ministry at firstname.lastname@example.org