Welcome Newcomers & Welcome Back Old Friends!
The 2020-2021 Sunday School program is via Pop Up prior to Sunday Worship at 10:15am through May 23rd.
We are doing something new for Sunday School this year!
There will be a 3 minute 'pop-up' lesson for kids
at the beginning of the 10:15am worship service.
We are beginning a new, fun project – It’s a puzzle!
Each week, coming up, we will talk about a New Testament Bible story, be given a “secret word”, that will have more meaning, later, and will place a puzzle piece in its appropriate spot.
Get ready… we have new stories, resources, and puzzle fun, coming up!
All ages are welcome to join us for worship and our Sunday School lesson virtually each Sunday on Facebook Live at 10:15am.
Epiphany Parish is a Safe Church.
All of our Sunday School teachers have background checks, receive safe church training before working with the children of our parish, and follow all safe church policies.
Puzzle Fun Curriculum - Winter/Spring 2021
Puzzle Fun Video - Click Here
Puzzle Fun Video - Weeks 5-12 - Click Here
Puzzle Fun Base - Click Here
Puzzle Pieces 1 - Click Here
Puzzle Pieces 2 - Click Here
Puzzle Pieces 3 - Click Here
Week 1 - Follower
Week 2 - Change
Week 3 - Nicodemus
Week 4 - Faith
Week 5 - Feeding
Week 6 - Lazarus
Week 7 - Lessons
Week 8 - Neighbor
Week 9 - Finding
Week 10 - Good Shepard
Week 12 - Morning
Week13 - Recognize
Week 14 - Fisherman
Week 15 - Apostle
Week 16 - Stephen
Week 17 - Philip
Week 18 - Let Your Light Shine
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is an approach to the religious formation of children that is rooted in the Bible, the liturgy of the church, and the educational principles of Maria Montessori. Children gather in an "atrium," a room prepared for them, which contains simple yet beautiful materials they use to help them absorb the most essential proclamations of the Christianfaith.
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a rich experience for children that gives them the opportunity to grow in love and knowledge of God through the Christian tradition.
The mission of Weaving God’s Promises is to teach children and youth how God’s promises of salvation are woven into our lives; teaching them the way of Christ, not only in the church but also in the world as Christ’s ambassadors; and fostering the spiritual formation and growth of our children and youth in Christ’s love and mercy and to teach the spirit of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Students in grades 6 and up will be investigating where they "fit in" to our church family. There are so many tasks and ministries that church members can take part in. To name just a few - vestry member, selling pumpkins, counting money, altar guild, teaching, and more.
Students will be performing various services and learning about many of our church's ministries. For each service they perform and/or learning participation, there is an opportunity to earn a "circle award". Students will enter awards into a "passport" booklet to track their progress. Journals will be used to record whether what they are investigating is a place where they feel they fit in at Epiphany. The first project they will work on is an outreach opportunity. Come on Sunday to learn more!
Epiphany Parish is one of the founding members of a new multi-church youth group for students in grades 6-9. Youth events will take place weekly alternating between Zoom and live in-person meetings at Bird Park. Epiphany Parish is partnering with South Walpole United Methodist Church, Union Congregational Church of Walpole, and United Church in Walpole to develop a Christian youth ministry program for the town of Walpole.
Our Mission: We reach out to Walpole area youth with the joy of the gospel, empowering them to grow in discipleship.
Our Vision: Through experiences of inclusive community, formative service, and authentic spiritual practice, youth lives are changed.