Our Children’s Ministry programme welcomes children into a unique environment in which they are surrounded by the sacred stories at the centre of our faith. Our curriculum is based on Godly Play; children have the opportunity to explore, observe, question, create, and wonder what the sacred stories mean, and how they affect their lives. Our children’s ministry room has been refurbished, creating a safe and welcoming space. Our dedicated leaders and volunteers encourage children to explore their faith, and to become life-long disciples of Christ.
At St. George’s, your child’s spirituality is cherished, and we seek to develop relationships with them based on a mutual ministry – children and leaders are both learners and teachers together. Where ever you and your family may be on your journey of faith, we look forward to meeting you, and we hope you find St. George’s to be a nurturing home, and a place to deepen your faith. At St. George’s all are welcome and invited. If you want to know more, contact our Children’s Ministry Co-ordinator.
To register for the Church Kids please click here to fill out our Church Kids Registration Form
Nursery care is available for infants and toddlers every Sunday during the 10:30 am service. Parents and guardians are welcome to keep their child with them in church if they prefer – babies and children are welcome in all of our worship services.
Children of the Bible Window
Children are important to St George’s and one of the symbols of this is a beautiful stained glass window titled “The Children of the Bible Window.
Click the picture to learn more about this window.
St. George’s runs a tutoring program called the Etobicoke Learning Cooperative. If your child needs help with a school subject, we can help.
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Andrew Sheldon - February 14, 2021
Godly Play - The Story of St. Valentine
From Series: "Godly Play for Families"
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