To register for 2021–22 programs, click here.

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.

If you would like to have a conversation about what to expect in Sunday school this fall, please contact Christine Hides or Greta Connor.

Midweek Youth Groups

Location: We meet at the Warwick Manse—the white house at 417 Warwick Road in Kenilworth.

Wednesdays at 4 p.m.
 A new midweek, play-based group with a joyful spiritual practice at the end for grades 2,3, and 4.

Middle School Youth Group (MSYG)
Wednesdays at 5 p.m.
Youth in grades 5–6 engage in fun and games, orange snacks, and a chance to pray for ourselves and each other!

Music Ministry

Join us for a Music Ministry open house in the sanctuary on Sunday, August 29, right after 11 a.m. worship. We will be demonstrating all of our new instruments, including new colored bells for our younger choirs.

Click here to view all the Kenilworth Union Church ensembles here.

Sunday School by Grade Level
Preschool, Kindergarten, Grades 1–2

Engage with the stories of God through Godly Play. Worship and praise God through song in children’s chapel time.

Third Grade

A milestone year at Kenilworth Union Church when children are invited to learn scripture by heart that they will encounter throughout their lives; the Ten Commandments, the 23rd Psalm, the Beatitudes, the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus’ Greatest Commandment, and the Books of the Bible. The year culminates in the presentation of a personalized Bible during worship.

Fourth Grade

Learn to use the Bible, engage more deeply with the stories of God and how they relate to life.

Fifth and Sixth Grades

Study the historical and cultural context of scripture, explore what it means to follow Christ in everyday life.

Childcare for birth–3 year-olds

Nursery care will not be available this fall due to Covid-19. We do plan to resume nursery/child care when the risk of Covid-19 is significantly lessened, likely when there is a vaccine available for children under 12.