Registration links are below.

The purpose of Children and Family Ministry is to help families develop meaningful relationships with God and others, engage with church rituals and traditions, make faith relevant to daily life, and find Christ’s comfort and HOPE—even in the midst of a pandemic.

Choose from three pathway classes for families on Sundays, as well as midweek groups. Registration is required, with a minimum of five (5) families participating for the class to be held. If you would like to have a conversation about which option best meets your family’s desire to grow in faith, please contact Christine Hides or Greta Connor.

Sunday Family Faith Time

Summer Family Faith Time Series: Prayer, Praise, and Painting
Sundays, June 13 -Albert Schweitzer, June 20 -Mother Teresa, July 11 -Raoul Wallenberg, and July 18 -Unicef

What do Martin Luther King Jr., Helen Keller, and Albert Schweitzer have in common? They are all memorialized in stained glass at Kenilworth Union Church. Learn more about the achievements of these “influencers” and how their ideas in faith, education, and philosophy helped shape the world today. Please join us for our Sunday Family Faith time series. Attend the 8:30–9 a.m. Outdoor Worship and/or attend Prayer, Praise, and Painting from 9:15–9:45 a.m. Families will meet in the Kenilworth Union front yard to learn about the inspirational people featured in the Malott Chapel stained glass windows and then paint collaboratively. Appropriate for all ages (parents & children together). No need to register. Drop in when you can. Contact Greta Connor with questions.

Asynchronous Activities on CONNECT

Contact Greta Connor for more information.

DIY at your own pace, resources provided on our online platform.

Superhero Art Camp

Second–Fifth Graders
(Sixth Graders are welcome to attend as Assistants)
Tuesday–Thursday from 2–4 p.m. $60 / session / child

Not all Superheroes wear capes! This camp focuses on people from the past or present who inspire us by being “the helpers”. As we explore the topic, children will connect to actions surrounding compassion and empathy as they begin to view themselves as a vital part of their communities. We will meet outdoors, discuss what makes someone a hero, make art, and end in prayer. Join us for one or both sessions. Please contact Greta Connor for more information.

Family Camping Weekend

Friday, July 30–Sunday, August 1

Families with children ages birth–6th grade (older siblings welcome!) are invited for a weekend of camping, time outdoors, campfires, and outdoor worship at Potawatomi State Park near Door County, WI. Click here for more details and registration.