Children's Eucharist: Outdoor and In-Person
Sunday, September 20 at 10 am
Join us for Children's Ministry outdoor, in-person Children's Eucharist in the Page Garden on Sunday, September 20 at 10 am. This service is for children in Kindergarten through fifth grade. Children younger than 5 may attend with an adult. All attendees must register online by Saturday, September 19, at 6 pm using the Children's Eucharist Registration. When registering, please include all family members attending. Space is limited. Adults attending CSMSG's outdoor service on the Wydown Playground must register using the September 20 10 am Holy Eucharist Registration.

The Children's Ministry service will feature Children's Chapel leader Brett Rutledge and Eucharist will be administered by Fr. Peter Speropulos. Attendees will receive a goodie bag of car decorations to prepare for the St. Michael's Sunday Parade on September 27. Masks are required to be worn by all attendees throughout the service. Seating is provided. Upon arrival, please check in at the Wydown Playground entrance. Children will be escorted to the Page Garden for Children's Eucharist.

As part of Children's Ministry's Outdoor Eucharist and in celebration of St. Michael's Sunday, we are collecting school supplies for our neighbors at Last Days Apostolic Church. Please bring donations of school supplies to Children's Eucharist on September 20 or to the St. Michael's Sunday celebration on September 27.

If you have any questions about Children's Ministry's Outdoor Eucharist or need assistance with registration, please contact Mary Beth Tipton or Amy Zimmerman.
The Beatitudes Lesson Two:
The Beatitudes
In this week's lesson, students learn about the Sermon on the Mount and become familiar with the structure of a beatitude, a blessing and a promise. In the video above, Children's Chapel Leader Brett Rutledge discuss the Beatitudes, what it means to be blessed, and why the Sermon on the Mount is so important.
Story Time with Miss Kate
This week Miss Kate reads the book Carmela Full of Wishes written by Matt de la Pena and illustrated by Christian Robinson. This book tells the story of Carmela traveling through her neighborhood running errands with her older brother. Kate Goldkamp has been a member of St. Michael and St. George for nine years and is a curatorial assistant at Washington University Libraries.
Register for Children's Ministry
We are still registering students for Children's Ministry for the 2020-21 school year. Please complete the online registration for your family. We will continue to send weekly updates through our e-newsletter and resources also are available at
Contact Us
Mary Beth Tipton
Director of Children's Education
The Church of St. Michael and St. George
Amy Zimmerman
Assistant Director of Children's Education
The Church of St. Michael and St. George
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