Family Ministries

To sign up for our family ministries newsletters, contact Kate Akerman, Family Ministry Coordinator at

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Summer Storytime with Kate

Wednesdays, July 15-August 19, 4pm to 4:30pm

If your kids are going stir crazy by late afternoon, trust us...we get it! We will be hosting Storytime with Kate on Wednesday afternoons via Zoom. Each week we’ll read a new or classic book from children’s literature that highlights an aspect of our faith in everyday life. Open to children and their adult caregivers only.

Join at this link:
Meeting ID: 863 3494 1441, Password: 602871

If you'd like to be added to the Family Ministries email list, please email Kate at

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Parents' Circle with Mother Morgan

Thursdays, July 16-August 20, 8pm to 8:45pm

Join us this summer for Parents' Circle - a reading group focused on parenting and faith! We will be reading the fantastic book Parenting From The Inside Out: How A Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive by Daniel Siegel and Mary Hatzell. While this book is focused on the practical dimensions of developmental neuroscience, we will use the readings as a springboard to explore our parenthood holistically, exploring how we are (and who we are becoming!) influences our parenting. We will host six sessions that cover the following topics:

July 16: Remembering and Seeing
July 23: Feeling and Telling
July 30: Connecting
August 6: Storytelling
August 13: Repairing Ruptures
August 20: Reflecting with Compassion and Faith

Our reading group runs from Thursday, July 16-Thursday, August 20, 2020 from 8:00-8:45 PM (ending in time to get to Compline). Register on Realm or by clicking here.

Family Ministries Newsletters

Weekly messages from Mother Morgan

Telling the Truth Starts with You

Conversations about race are happening everywhere, and by now, I'm sure that you have had some interesting conversations at your house too. Intentionally talking to kids about race is important, but you've probably figured out that having these conversations with kids of different ages can be a challenge. Read more by clicking here

Courage Over Comfort

If there could be a theme to the conversations I've had with people this week, it's that talking about race is uncomfortable. For everyone. And we are discovering that as a community and as a people of faith, that if we are truly committed to racial justice (especially those of us who are white), we cannot be deterred by fear, guilt, or plain old awkwardness. Read more by clicking here

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Cathedral for Kids

A Service for the Young and the Young at Heart


Join us each week for a family worship service that includes interactive music, Scripture-reading, storytelling, and communion. This abbreviated service is suitable for everyone and will focus teaching on themes that connect our liturgical life to spiritual growth and social learning.


Cathedral of the Incarnation

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Fellowship in Faith

For Families


Fellowship in Faith is an intergenerational fellowship and enrichment opportunity for people of all ages. For families with children ages 2-12, Fellowship in Faith offers a rotation-based Sunday School curriculum that involves the exploration of children’s spiritual lives through art, storytelling, music and movement.

Parents are invited to join their children in the classroom for observation and participation, or they can enjoy a cup of coffee, catch up with friends, or attend one of the adult enrichment classes on offer. For more information about adult enrichment, click here


Mercer School of Theology

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Youth Group

Meeting on Zoom during social distancing

Youth Group is a fellowship and formation program for all middle school and high school aged youth. Youth Group gathers on the last Sunday of the month from September through May for Bible study, service projects, and more.


Mercer School of Theology

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Confirmation is an important milestone in our spiritual lives as followers of Jesus Christ in The Episcopal Church. Young adults ages 13-16 are encouraged to discern their readiness for engaging the Catechumenate, a year-long engagement with Holy Scripture and the Episcopal tradition through study, prayer, and fellowship.

Young adults interested in applying for entrance to the Catechumenate are invited to write a formal letter of intention and to schedule a meeting with clergy as well as parents to discuss the process.

To begin the process of discerning for the Catechumenate, please contact Rev. Morgan Mercer Ladd at