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Children and Family Programs

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Wellshire Presbyterian Church offers many educational programs and activities for children and families to help you develop and practice your faith.

We invite you to participate in our children’s ministry and family ministry!

Our Children's Ministry

Wellshire KidsAbout our children’s ministry

At Wellshire, we help kids develop the foundation for life-long faith and service.

Through programs such as children’s Sunday school, Children and Worship, and spiritual experiences — we help children open their minds and hearts to God. For many children, church is where they fully discover God’s actions in their lives and in the world around them.

Our church programs for children include:

Our Family Ministry

About our family ministry

Our family ministry complements our children’s ministry.

Through our Presbyterian family programs, we encourage and equip the modern family to practice their faith together — at home, in the community, on the way to children’s soccer practice, and so on. The best practices and activities we share help parents and their children learn how to support faith conversations, spiritual connections, and the creative practice of faith in everyday life.

Our church programs for families include:

Volunteer on Sunday Mornings

Children + Family Ministries at Wellshire seeks volunteers on Sunday mornings: Help provide childcare to Wellshire’s youngest between 9:00 am and noon on Sunday mornings during worship. Two shifts are available – 9:00 am to 10:30 am and 10:30 am to noon. Please pick as many dates as you’d like to volunteer.  Volunteers are required to be 18 years or older, please. Youth 13 yrs and older may assist by contacting the Childcare Coordinator.

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Click on the above link to access the sign-up pages or call  303-758-2233, ext. 111 to see what dates and times are still needed.