Children & Youth Programs 2020-2021
We felt that it would be important to take a closer look at what parents of children and teens are thinking about program year 2020-2021.
What grade cohort(s) will your child(ren)/teen(s) be part of next year? (Check all that apply)
In March-June 2020, did your family find any of the following meaningful for your children/teens?
If church opens for in-person Sunday worship after Labor Day, what would make you most comfortable with attending in-person church services with your children? *
Most important
Somewhat important
Not important
Adherence to clear federal, state, and Diocesan guidelines on sanitation, cleaning, distance, and mask-wearing
Older, higher-risk adults attend a different service
Restrictions on amount of people attending each service
Limited sharing of clergy across services
What other practices would make you more comfortable with attending in-person church services with your children?
Would you attend a monthly shorter, family-oriented service with music, prayer, children's leadership, and a sermon directed at both children and their parents? (9am, first Sunday of the month)
Clear selection
When would you be comfortable sending your children to church school in-person?
Clear selection
What would your family take advantage of if they were offered in lieu of in-person church school, Rite-13, and youth group? *
Weekly take-home packets of lesson/supplies
Short video lessons made by families & teachers with accompanying "real-world" activities
Virtual classroom lessons, Rite-13, and/or youth group with other kids on Sundays
One-on-one reading, prayer, or art time with Rev. Mia during the week
In-person worship services with other young families on Sundays
Provided they meet federal, state and Diocesan guidelines, what additional in-person children/youth programs would you feel comfortable with your children participating in?
What aspect(s) are you most concerned with our children and youth programs prioritizing this year? Please rank the following:
Developing a relationship with God
Knowledge and familiarity with Bible and Christian tradition
Community bonding with kids
Mentorship and positive relationship with other adults
Community service/social justice learning
Most important priority
Second most important priority
Third most important priority
Least important priority
Clear selection
If church school is in-person in the fall, would you be comfortable serving as a church school teacher in the fall?
Clear selection
What is important for Rev. Mia to know or consider as we plan for children and youth programs this fall?
What are your children/teen's schools and/or school systems planning for this fall?
Name (optional)
Clear selection
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