Christ Church Children & Youth Ministry follows Jesus’ call to...

   Gather as a community of acceptance and support.

Transform ourselves by exploring our faith.

   Engage in loving and serving others with compassion.

 

  Michaela Eskew,  Children's and Youth Minister    A Californian native, Michaela was born and raised in the East Bay. She comes to Christ Episcopal Church with experience in many parishes from New Jersey to Menlo Park, CA. She loves working with children and youth and even has a little one of her own that you will commonly see attached to her hip on Sunday morning.

Michaela Eskew, Children's and Youth Minister

A Californian native, Michaela was born and raised in the East Bay. She comes to Christ Episcopal Church with experience in many parishes from New Jersey to Menlo Park, CA. She loves working with children and youth and even has a little one of her own that you will commonly see attached to her hip on Sunday morning.


How can I support the ministry?

  • Volunteer with Sunday School

  • Provide Snack for Sunday School

  • Join the Children and Youth ministry team

  • Host Faith Full Families

  • Pray for the children and families of our church

  • Help clean and organizing program supplies and spaces

  • Facilitating parents/play date groups

If I decide to visit, how do I find the right room?

How do I get my child involved?

Every child that is involved in our program, from our nursery to the Graduating Senior Trip need to have a current form on file. This year we have three different forms based on age group. One for Infants/Toddlers, one for Children, and one for Youth. This is meant to help streamline the process. Siblings can still be placed on the same form together, so you only need to go to the link that applies to your oldest child. Please click the button below if your oldest child is an infant or child under 12. If your oldest child is a teenager, find your way to our youth page for a participation form there!

Will my child be safe?

At Christ Church your child's safety is of highest import. All clergy, staff, and volunteers have participated in the Safe Church training program, which sets standards of behavior pertaining to the physical and emotional safety of children and youth.