Each year we host a variety of special and seasonal events for children and youth, their families, and the whole congregation of St. Patrick’s. These inter-generational activities are an innovative approach to faith formation for all members of our community. A number of these include a Parish sponsored meal, activity and/or craft, and worship service. Additionally, they are a wonderful opportunity to bring friends and extended family to church and share the joy of St. Patrick’s with others.

Epiphany Pageant

Epiphany Service and Pageant are held either on or as close to January 6 as possible. We tell a story that was authentically ours involving multiple generations and share the story of how the light of Christ came into the world and spread throughout time. Everyone is welcome! From our littlest members as cherubs to our eldest as Saints of the Church.

Parish Outings

Periodically throughout the year, the parish sponsors outings providing an occasion for people to spend time together as the community of St. Patrick’s in a broader context.

Seasonal Events

Each year we provide opportunities for our parish to gather inter-generationally to engage in education, fellowship, fun, and service. Time is set aside to learn more about the Godly example of the life of the Saints and how we can continue the good work they began today as well as to learn about the special Feasts and Holy Days of the church year.

Events include things like Burying the Alleluia, Easter Egg Hunts, Blessing of the Backpacks, the Feast of St. Francis and the Blessing of the Animals, St. Nicholas Day, and many many more.

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School is traditionally held each summer during the month of July. This yearly opportunity brings together the children, youth, and adults of our Parish as we learn and grow through play, crafts, music, storytelling, and more!

Summer 2020

Registration for Arts Camp: A Virtual Bible School Experience is now OPEN!

Arts Camp is a creative, thoughtful, scripture-based, joy-filled VBS program! Campers will engage in music & song, visual art & media, movement/drama, story, and game-playing to enter into the Bible themes of Praise, EcoJustice, The Call to Love our Neighbor, Interfaith Spirituality, and Saints, and Holy Helpers.

New this year, online registration and payment.

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The week before Arts Camp is scheduled to begin, you will receive a package filled with supplies to aid you in engaging with the lessons. You will also be provided with a link to access the Online Videos. These will be made available from July 13- July 31, so you truly can participate as you are able.

We look forward to you joining us for our first-ever, Virtual Bible School!

Mother Cameron and Eryn Kindelin