Children’s Ministry Coordinator: Kayla Eells (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Youth Ministry Coordinator: Alexa Allmann (email@example.com)
Join us for TRUNK OR TREAT on October 31 at 4:00 PM in the Hangar Theatre parking lot! Learn more about the event and safety measures HERE.
In these ever-changing times, St. Paul’s Children’s and Youth Ministries are working together to serve families. We encourage parents to reach out to either Kayla or Alexa with any questions or conversation.
How We’re Staying Connected:
*St. Paul’s Instagram (@stpaulsithaca) – While anyone with an instagram is welcome to follow the account, this medium is geared toward youth. You’ll find conversation starters, weekly Bible verses, and other opportunities for connection.
*Families Facebook Group – Parents may join this private group to share pictures/videos/stories of how your family is staying connected and having fun! Feel free to use this space to communicate with other families at the church and swap ideas/ask questions/etc. Click HERE to join.
*Special Events/Projects – Make sure you’re signed up for the bi-weekly church emails and be on the lookout for updates from Kayla and Alexa.
*Christian Culture Videos – Since we’re all at home more than ever, learn easy ways you can bring your faith into your everyday life. Click HERE to watch on our YouTube channel.
*Spotify Playlists – Do you miss music? We do too! So we’re sharing our favorite worship songs/songs that connect us to the Spirit on Spotify and will update with suggestions collected on Instagram. Find staff favorites and more HERE.
*Email and Phone Contact – Kayla and Alexa will continue with email and phone communication with parents and youth. Feel free to contact them directly with any needs.
*Children’s Music Group – Interested in learning the ukulele? For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAFE SANCTUARY POLICY
St. Paul’s and the United Methodist Church are committed to protecting the children and youth who visit and engage in our building. Click here to read about St. Paul’s Safe Sanctuary Policy.