FUN. FELLOWSHIP. FAITH.
St. Martin’s has a wide range of opportunities for kids to grow in fun, fellowship and faith.
We invite children in kindergarten through fifth grade to participate in Sunday School where they learn and play together in a way that fosters healthy relationships.
Online Sunday School Material
Check out our Children’s classes online. Courses are available for preschool and elementary school children. Includes the lesson and guide for parents.
KidCheck – Secure Children’s Check-in.
We know Sunday mornings can be hectic and we want to make checking in your children as simple as possible.
The Children’s Life Center features a KidCheck kiosk that provides parents an online check-in system.
Simplify your Sunday. Sign up for KidCheck. These step-by-step videos will help you get started:
Scouting provides great fun for the whole family. Find your pack at St. Martin’s! We sponsor Scout Troop 354 and Cub Scout Pack 354. Following the three promises of Scouting – duty to God and country; duty to other people; duty to self – young men grow into their best future selves with the aid of St. Martin’s adult leadership.
The troop meets every Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Scout Center. Visitors are always welcome.
For more information about Cub Scout Pack 354, contact Maurice Slot, Cubmaster, at email@example.com.
Sundays, April 16, 23, 30, and May 4, 2023 at 10:15 a.m. in Children’s Life Center
This class is designed for children in second grade and above. During the four-week series, children learn about the Eucharist sacraments as the basis of our Christian faith. Parent or significant adult participation is necessary to help children continue learning at home.
Registration will open at the beginning of 2023.
9:15 a.m. in Parish Life Center – The Family Table service with Holy Eucharist combines contemporary worship music with a traditional liturgy and is designed for families with young children. All families are welcome.
St. Martin’s Episcopal Preschool
St. Martin’s Episcopal Preschool’s main objective is to give every child learning confidence in four domains: cognitive, physical, social/emotional, and spiritual. In addition to traditional lessons and routines, children spend a significant amount of time each day at centers and engaging in free play.