Westminster welcomes children warmly—for teaching, learning, caring,
and having fun together!
The church is one of the few places in our culture where many generations naturally come together in community. Our ministry creates opportunities for children, youth, and adults to be in fellowship with one another as we grow together as followers of Christ in faith, trust, and love.
Sundays at 9:15 am (September–May)
Church School for ages 3 through 12th grade is held in person at Westminster each week. All children and teachers gather in the Chapel each Sunday at 9:15 am and then move to age-specific classrooms, finishing at 10:15 am.
Seraphim Choir (Grades 1-3)
Wednesdays | 6:30-6:55 pm | Children’s Music Room
Once a child enters first grade, they are eligible to move into the Seraphim Choir. Seraphim meets Wednesday evenings from 6:30-6:55 pm in the Children’s Music Room and is directed by Brad Ollmann who has been working with the younger choirs at Westminster since 2006. The rehearsal experience is designed to be fun while developing important music skills such as in-tune singing, steady beat, and playing instruments.
Chorister Choir (Grades 4-6)
Wednesdays | 6:30-7:05 pm | Youth Music Room
Fourth through sixth graders are invited to participate in the Chorister Choir. Choristers meet from 6:30-7:05 pm on Wednesday evenings in the Youth Music Room and are led by Joseph Trucano, Westminster’s Organist and Ensemble Director. The rehearsal experience expands on skills developed in Seraphim choir, while including more advanced skills such as music improvisation.
Small Hands, Big Hearts
Small Hands, Big Hearts is a service-based group that uses art and service projects to demonstrate how to build community through kindness. This monthly service opportunity often includes meetings, a collection period, and drop-off event at the church. Contact Sonja with questions and for more information.
Learn more here about Westminster’s Child and Youth Safety Policy.