Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matt. 19:14)
We have a wide variety of offerings for children, young and not so young.
Once a month on a Saturday morning, families come together to enjoy Waffle Church, where they learn about a Bible story, celebrate the Eucharist, eat some waffles, and have fun!
We have a nursery available for our littlest ones (infant through 4 years) during the 10 am and noon services at Trinity. Staffed by trained caregivers, the nursery provides a warm, caring environment for infants and toddlers during Sunday worship services and special events.
While listening to the service at Trinity Church, young children can also play at the Pray Ground, a soft space at the front of the church, with chairs nearby for parents to sit.
Trinity is pleased to offer an online Sunday School program at 10:30am each Sunday. Alyse Calder has been working with her team to create some crafts to mail out to students and an online time of learning and fellowship. It’s a fun and exciting time each week with an interactive Bible centered hour, including a Bible lesson, a related craft, and snack time! The children of Trinity are invited to join us via Zoom as we pray together and learn the story of God’s people through the Bible. The Zoom information will be sent to those who are enrolled in Sunday School. Please register by Friday at noon to ensure you have all of the information. To enroll your child in Sunday School, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the names(s) of your child(ren) and their age(s) as well as a mailing address where we can send crafts. Join us to learn God’s word, have some fun, and make new friends! All families with children ages 5 – 12 years old are welcome!
Youth 6th – 12th grade
Trinity parish is a member of the Wilmington area Episcopal Youth Group. Our young people participate in a variety of activities including community outreach, Bible study, fundraisers, outings to fun events like indoor rock climbing and bowling. They also host our annual Rise Against Hunger meal-making event.
Children and youth are active participants in our worship services. For more information, click here.
The annual Christmas Pageant is one of the highlights for our children — regardless of their age. The youngest start as adorable sheep and angels, and as they grow, they become shepherds, innkeepers, Gabriel, Joseph, and Mary. College students often return to participate as the storytellers. Keep your eye out for schedules and sign-ups in November.