Could you use a break from your kiddos this summer? We can help!
Please sign them up for our Virtual Summer Camp beginning Wednesday, July 22nd through Friday, July 24th from 9am – 12pm. We can still have fun being together through Zoom! All you need is a computer or tablet! We will end the camp on Saturday, July 25th at Holy Trinity with a children’s Divine Liturgy so the campers will be able to receive Confession and Holy Communion. Our campers will be able to participate in the Liturgy as altar servers, bell ringers, singers and readers.
Group games designed for Zoom
Faith discussions led by Fr. Ljubomir
Please sign your children (ages 5-15) up today by contacting Fr. Ljubomir at 815-543-6170 or Kris Chkautovich at 314-574-4827. Those who register by July 12th will receive a free camp t-shirt!! We will have packets available for families with all the materials and supplies they will need for camp.
Sunday School Virtual Camp – please click on the flyer for more info – Virtual Summer Camp 2020_flyer
Please check out some video from our three-day camp.
Our Sunday School is held every Sunday, September through May, at the end of Divine Liturgy for the children in kindergarten through 8th grade. We encourage you to attend the Divine Liturgy at 10 am with your children.
They will be brought into their Sunday School classrooms before Father Ljubomir’s sermon. Our dedicated volunteer teachers give your children the knowledge they will need to understand our faith so that will be better prepared to participate in church life.
Our focus is to teach the fundamentals of the Orthodox faith to your children through their active participation in the Liturgy and the sacramental life of the Church. In addition to the weekly lessons on Orthodoxy, all the children will learn to sing the music from our Liturgy and children ages 9-13 will be reading the weekly Epistles in Liturgy, as well as our young men will be learning how to serve in the altar
.Every January, the children celebrate St. Sava’s life (St. Sava is credited for bringing the Orthodox Religion to Serbians) with a night in which they recite poems and perform plays in the Serbian language. This is a tradition that dates back centuries
.For more information please contact our Sunday School Director, Kris Chkautovich at 314-574-4827 or Fr. Ljubomir at the church office 314-776-3262.