Give them an inquiring and discerning heart, the courage to will and to persevere, a spirit to know and love you, and the gift of joy and wonder in all your works.

Book of Common Prayer, p. 308

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Seedlings (Cathedral for Kids)

Wednesdays, 11:30am to 12:15pm through August 7

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The Cathedral of the Incarnation offers connection and exploration opportunities for people in every stage of their spiritual journey.

Focused on intergenerational spiritual development, the programs and enrichment opportunities offered at the Cathedral are inspired by these core values:


We believe that spiritual growth happens when we are deeply connected to God through Jesus Christ and to one another.


We believe that both children and adults experience spiritual growth when they are immersed in an environment of wonder and playfulness, which means exploring Christian faith through practices, language, art, music, nature, and service.


We believe that spiritual growth comes to us when we find joy in our worship of God and in our community.

Whether you’ve just become a Christian or have been a follower of Christ for your whole life, you will find an space to learn and grow at the Cathedral.

Click here to learn more about Family Ministries.
Click here to learn more about Adult Enrichment opportunities.



  • Godly play is the creation of Reverend Jerome Berryman, an Episcopal priest who has an extensive background in child development and Montessori education
  • The Episcopal curriculum has been designed for ages 3-12 and teaches the art of using religious language--parable, sacred story, silence and liturgical actions--to help interpret what happens in children's daily lives
  • Using images as part of the religious language, children respond to the stories they are told through their own art and play


  • Godly Play enhances the integration of the use of language into the child's life
  • The children focus on the religious language as a set of tools which helps the child cope with existential issues and help them to know their Creator
  • It lessens the possiblity of worshipping the language itself (which becomes a form of idolatry)
  • It stimulates children's spiritual growth and creativity and can enhance the teachers' and parents' spiritual growth as well

Feel led to help out?

Our volunteers minister during weekend worship services, plan and organize special events, and much more