Early Childhood

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Worshipping as a family is central to cultivating faith that sticks for a lifetime. Mornings tend to be a better time of day for little ones, which is why we encourage families with children ages birth to three to focus on the foundations of worshipping together on Sunday mornings. And, as a faith community, Trinity strives to help make it as friendly and as accessible as possible!

Calm Lounge  located in the Chapel adjacent to the Worship Center (far right when siting in a pew), the Calm Lounge is an unstaffed space available for children, accompanied by a caregiver, who are in need of a diaper change, a feeding, or a friendly space to work through a big feeling. Worship is live-streamed in the Calm Lounge so caregivers don’t feel cutoff from worship. 

Grace Spaces – special and inclusive spaces strategically set up around the Worship Center and Narthex for children (and anyone else!) to play, color, and be included in worship comfortably. Look for the cozy rug, comfy chairs and quiet toys.

Worship Bags – developmentally friendly bags for children of all ages that include books, activities, crafts, and fidgets to keep little hands busy. Thanks for your help in keeping items and spaces tidy for all who use them and extending welcome to our youngest worshippers!

Sunday Open Gym – the Gym on the lower level is open for children and families in between worship services. Winters are long, and playing is a great way to connect with other children! Coffee is available for parents who would like to stay in the Gym for fellowship with other parents; and for parents wishing to attend Faith Forum, the Gym will additionally be supervised by middle/high school youth volunteers.

A Bible in Every Home!
We encourage parents to begin reading Bible Stories to their children on day one and every day thereafter. There are wonderfully written and illustrated Children’s Story Bibles that help set the stage for important faith conversations. If you need one, please contact Sarah Olson.