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Holy Cross Children

Relevant, learner-based experiences that help kids dig in to the Bible and connect to Jesus

Holy Cross Children

The children's ministry of Holy Cross Episcopal Church is dedicated to helping kids worship God regularly, grow together faithfully, serve others lovingly, and mature in Christ continually as they participate in relevant, learner-based experiences helping them dig into the Bible and make faith their own.

Sunday Mornings

At Holy Cross we value families and their role in the faith development of children. That's why preschoolers and elementary students begin their Sunday mornings in worship with the loved ones who have brought them to church. Our young friends transition to age specific teaching and then return to worship for Holy Communion with their families.

Parents are invited to take advantage of our nursery where a loving team of trained caregivers is ready to share God's love with infants, toddlers, and young preschoolers throughout the morning.

This year Holy Cross Children's Ministry is digging into the Life of Jesus where we'll walk in Jesus' footsteps from birth to resurrection and ascension. We're helping kids discover that Jesus is a real person - a real friend - who makes a difference in their lives today.

We hope you'll be with us this Sunday as we dig deep and discover true friendship with Jesus!

We want you to know: all staff and volunteers serving in this ministry have undergone screening and training and have been certified through the Diocese of Texas' Safeguarding God's Children program.

Special Events

Join us for a morning of fun and fellowship as families create child-friendly Advent wreaths, prepare their Advent ornaments, and share in food, games, and music. There's a place for everyone at the table as we prepare in anticipation of Christ's coming. Registered families will receive the 2023 Family Advent Kit filled with activities meant to help everyone keep Jesus at the center of holiday preparations.