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Wolf Watch

Wolf Watch is St. Francis’s weekly e-newsletter to our parent and grandparent community that shares announcements for each grade level and updates on school activities and events. Wolf Watch is updated weekly throughout the school year, so check back every Sunday for the latest on St. Francis happenings.

For this week’s news, please select the appropriate section below.

News for the Week of May 19

All School

A Note From the Library: Please Return Books
Please have your child return all of his or her books to the library by the end of school. If you have any questions, contact Lydia Urbanek. Thank you!

Save the Date for Grandparents & Grandfriends Days

LOWER, MIDDLE, AND UPPER SCHOOLNovember 21 and 22, 2019
On November 21 and 22, 2019, we will welcome grandparents and grandfriends of Lower, Middle, and Upper School students on both campuses to enjoy Chapel, classroom visits, and more.

Following is a brief overview of the event schedule. More detailed information will be available on the invitation that will be mailed out to grandparents in the fall. 

Thursday, November 21, 2019 
8:00-10:30 a.m.—Grades 5 and 6 
10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.—Grades 7 and 8 

Friday, November 22, 2019
8:00-10:30 a.m.—Kindergarten and Grades 2 and 4
10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.—Grades 1 and 3
Time TBD—Grades 9 and 10

PRIMARY SCHOOL—February 12 and 13, 2020
On February 12 and 13, 2020, we will welcome grandparents and grandfriends of Primary School students to the South Campus to enjoy Chapel, classroom visits, and more. 

Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Starting at 8:30 a.m.—Primary I and 3-Day Pre-Primary

Thursday, February 13, 2020
Starting at 8:30 a.m.—Primary II, T/Th Pre-Primary, and 5-Day Pre-Primary

Look for communication in August on how to submit or update grandparent contact information. If you have any questions regarding Grandparents & Grandfriends Days, please contact Anne Chisholm at 713.458.6141 or via e-mail.

Get Your Summer Reading On!
It’s almost time to hit the beach, the boat, the barbecue ... and our St. Francis Lower, Middle, and Upper School summer book lists! Please note that this year's required summer reading lists can be found on the Parent Portal. With questions, e-mail Melanie Wallace.

2019-20 School Supplies: Online Ordering Now Available
School supplies may now be ordered online for the 2019–20 school year. Visit www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks, and enter your division’s ID code in the box provided:

  • To order a school supply pack for a student in LOWER SCHOOL, enter the code STF001.
  • To order a school supply pack for a student in MIDDLE SCHOOL, enter the code STF018.
  • To order a school supply pack for a student in UPPER SCHOOL (grades 9 and 10 will use the same supply list), enter the code STF079.

The deadline to order is Monday, June 10.

Supplies will be delivered to your child's homeroom/advisory prior to the first day of school.

Please note:

  • Incoming third and fourth graders will need to purchase a 2-inch three-ring zipper binder for the 2019-20 school year (if they don’t already own one).
  • Incoming seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth graders must have a TI-84 graphing calculator for the 2019–20 school year. If you don’t already own one, you will want to purchase the newest model, the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator. The TI-84 Plus CE is approximately $135-$165.
  • Similarly, incoming sixth graders will need to purchase a TI-30Xa scientific calculator for the 2019–20 school year if they don't already own one. These are approximately $12-$15.
  • These items can be found at local and online retailers.

Please e-mail Kim Graeter with questions.

Water Bottles, Jackets, and Fleeces—OH MY!
As we wrap up for the summer, please take a minute to check the lost and found closet, which is located next to the Crum Library entrance in the closet under the fifth-grade stairs. It currently contains LOTS of navy blue hoodies and jackets, non-St. Francis clothing, water bottles, and miscellaneous items.

  • Any items that haven’t been claimed by Friday, May 31, will be donated to either Uniform Resale or the local community.
  • View just some of the items currently in Lost and Found in the photos here, here, here, here, and here.
  • With questions, please e-mail Ali Williams, lost and found coordinator.

Changes to Summer on the Point
Registration for Summer on the Point continues online. There have been a handful of changes to our summer 2019 schedule, and we’ve listed them below. For newly added camps, registration is available through "Program Registration" in My BackPack.

The June 3-6 section of our SOTP volleyball camp is cancelled, due to construction on the Crum Athletics Center gym floor. The July 29-August 2 section will continue as planned.


  • Edible Art (June 10-14; 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.)—In this fun camp with Maria Cruzalegui-Reardon, students will look at food as art. They’ll decorate cakes and cupcakes, work with dough, and cut fruits and vegetables to create edible works of art, while also developing fine motor skills, practicing measurements, and gaining hands-on understanding of some kitchen chemistry.
  • Additional STEAM Camps With Kara Cooney-Galli (July 22-26)
    • Super Hero Training Academy (1:00-2:30 p.m.; grades K-3)—Join us as we test our X-ray vision, create some delicious kryptonite to use against the bad guys, eat some super-power cupcakes, and test our web-shooting skills at the end of the week. Each child will take home a Lego superhero figure!
    • Think Fun, Ignite the Mind (2:30-4:00 p.m.; grades K-3)—The greatest logic camp ever is ready to take off—and ignite campers' problem-solving skills! The mission is to use science and logic to challenge the mind, encouraging creative thinking and problem-solving through some really fun games—including out-of-this-world challenges! This fun camp combines critical thinking, logic, and problem-solving to give little scientists a boost of 21st century thinking.
    • Special combination pricing is available for those who would like to participate in both camps.
  • BACK BY STUDENT REQUEST! Pokémon World Building (July 29-August 2; 1:00-4:00 p.m.; grades K-3)—One of the elements of storytelling is world building. The ability to create characters, environments, and a set of societal rules is a part of the storytelling process, and this begins through adapting pop-cultural worlds and dissecting them through play. Students will use the popular Pokémon games and movies as a jumping-off point to create their own characters through both dramatic play and art projects. Engaging in favorite games such as capture the flag and dodgeball through the lens of becoming characters like Pikachu, Squirtle, and Charmander, campers will adopt elements or characteristics of their chosen character and look at how activities are changed when using those elements. Through fun scavenger hunts, craft projects, and science experiments, a created world will come to life.

Virtue of the Month: Perseverance
During the month of May, the St. Francis community is focusing on the virtue of perseverance. A good definition for perseverance is staying focused on a goal until you achieve it. Our virtue verse is Romans 5:3-4: “Suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.” As a family, you can memorize this verse together.

Table Talk: It’s family challenge time! Challenge each family member to live out the virtue of perseverance. Take turns sharing about times when you saw other family members showing perseverance.

Summer Camp Notes From a Chaplain
Father Wismer and Reverend Heinemann would love to send your children a note at summer camp. It’s a great way to shower them with love while they are away. If you would like them to receive a note from a Chaplain, please complete this form. (If you have more than one child, please submit a form for each child.)

Primary School

From the Division Head
Last month, I met with our Primary II students to ask them what they had enjoyed most in their time with us in the Primary School. There were lots of memories of special events, Chapel services, spending time with the big kids, and being with friends. I shared their favorite memories with the families who joined us for St. Francis 101 several weeks ago. This event is designed to give parents of students who will become new members of the Primary School insight into what the upcoming year will be like and what they can expect during these first years at St. Francis.

The following reflection was compiled from the children’s comments. I think it speaks volumes about what it’s like to be a member of this community:

In the Primary School:
We play!
We dig to the bottom of the sandbox, splash in big muddy puddles in our rain boots, try new things, and learn that it’s OK to make mistakes.
We read books, write stories, act in plays, dance, sing, and play instruments.
We are bold and strong!
We speak Spanish, cook, garden, paint, explore new materials, and take care of our school.
We are problem-solvers!
We work on projects and puzzles, play games, and build with blocks and LEGOs.
We roll down the hills, ride trikes, play chase, and run fast.
We have fun.
We are authors, scientists, artists, engineers, researchers, teachers, and architects.
We are all learners.
We are Chapel helpers and people for others.
We are kind and joyful.
We’ll say “hi,” shake your hand, high-five you, or give you a fist bump.
If you’re new, we’ll be your friend and teach you the St. Francis Way!
We are a family.
We are Wolves!

As we complete the school year, we want you to know that we are honored to be a part of this extraordinary time in your child’s life. We believe that the experiences and growth that take place in these first years of school set the path for a lifetime of learning. We see children who stop and study the meticulous path of an earthworm; patiently wait for a butterfly to emerge from its chrysalis; delight in the tiny, hair-like roots of a freshly picked carrot; press their face against a window to get the best view of a bird on the patio; pat a friend on the back when they’ve fallen or feel sad; and proudly proclaim, “I did it myself,” when they’ve accomplished an all-important “first.” I am not alone in believing that our profession as early childhood educators gives us a unique view into the most magical time in life.

Thank you for trusting us to be a part of your child’s journey. If your child is in Primary II, we will miss seeing you here next year, but we will be keeping up with all the new adventures in kindergarten! We hope your summer is an abundant time of reading, traveling, swimming, playing and, most importantly, finding joy in your time together.

Wishing you all a safe and fun-filled summer!

Amy Whitley
Head of Primary School

Summer Assignment for Primary School Students
Oh, the Places You’ll Go….

Please send us a postcard from your family’s vacation this summer. We’ll display these in the lobby before we return to school in August. You can mail it to us here on the South Campus at:

St. Francis Episcopal School
2300 S. Piney Point Rd.
Houston, TX 77063

Primary School Dining Hall Menu
To view the Primary School Dining Hall menu, please click here.

Mark Your Calendar

Monday, May 20

  • Pre-Primary End-of-Year Party (Britton and Ferguson): 1:30 p.m.
  • Primary II and Kindergarten Parent Coffee ("Engaging Your Child in Summer Reading"): 8:45 a.m. in the Crum Library

Tuesday, May 21

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.
  • Pre-Primary End-of-Year Party (5-Day and Ferguson T/Th): 1:30 p.m.
  • No Open Library This Week

Wednesday, May 22

  • Chapel: 9:30 a.m.
  • Primary I End-of-Year Party: 1:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 23

  • Primary II End-of-Year Party: 1:00 p.m.

Friday, May 24

  • Last Day of School for Primary School
  • Early Dismissal: 11:00 a.m.
  • No Explore and Extend

Lower School

From the Division Head
The end of a school year brings out many different emotions for every member of our school family. Even after 30 years as a teacher, coach, and administrator, emotions flood back for me each May.

Sadness, anticipation, and excitement are the emotions that many of us have been experiencing these last few weeks of school. So much growth has taken place, and so many wonderful relationships and friendships have been formed. Any time something special comes to an end, it is natural to experience a touch of sadness.

However, with every end is a new beginning and a time for new adventures! We have already been in full gear preparing for the 2019-20 school year. Our teaching teams are determined, our curriculum scope and sequence will be updated and documented before we leave for summer, supplies have been ordered, and yearlong division goals are set.

One of the most exciting things for us as a faculty at this time of year is the reflection process that takes place. All of us in some capacity are writing our self-study for our accreditation. This has facilitated extra reflection on many different levels. Similar to how we have taught our students to reflect in order to promote growth, our faculty spend the three days after Memorial Day reflecting on our curriculum, scope and sequence, and academic objectives. We create a living document that serves as our road map for the upcoming year. While everyone is tired and ready for a break, you would be amazed at how invigorating and collaborative this process is!

For faculty, summer is equally exciting because it offers the chance to spend time together learning, expanding our knowledge, and honing our craft.

  • We have three teachers traveling to New York to Teachers College, Columbia University, for training in our workshop approach.
  • Nine teachers are attending some wonderful training here in Houston, deepening our understanding of Reading Workshop, Guided Reading, and Accountable Talk in Reading Instruction.
  • Four teachers are attending Responsive Classroom training in Austin, making our faculty 100 percent trained in this amazing, student-centered approach.
  • Two teachers are attending Bridges in Mathematics training, one in Dallas and one in Denver.
  • Our specialists and administrative team are traveling to Boston to attend a Learning and the Brain institute on Translating Psychology and Neuroscience Research in the Classroom.
  • Seven teachers are attending the Texas Computer Education Association’s Elementary Technology Conference in early June.
  • One teacher is attending Rice University’s Early Childhood Summer Institute on Reading, Writing, and Cultural Conversations, which is the foundation for our Primary School approach, and another is attending an Inquiry institute at Rice, as well.

Know that these days spent in training are days outside of their teaching contracts and days they choose to spend learning for your children.

As you can see, our Lower School faculty are extremely passionate learners. We will spend a great deal of time in the fall sharing our new learning and coaching one another on the most up-to-date pedagogical approaches. This new learning can be a springboard for new goals for the next year. This excitement for learning, for sharing, and for being our best trickles down to our most important constituents, your children.

As I close out my final Wolf Watch of the year, I leave you with a few reminders. Please help your child complete summer reading (posted on the Parent Portal), order your child’s uniforms in plenty of time to come in before school starts, and watch for the early August e-mail outlining many important dates and events. As in previous years, the teachers will be calling their homeroom students on Monday, August 12, to welcome them back and to answer any burning questions.

I wish you a healthy, restful summer and hope you have many wonderful adventures!!


Carol Christ, MEd
Head of Lower School

Mark Your Calendar

Monday, May 20

  • Birthday Chapel: Students with a birthday between May 19-31 and in the month of July will receive a birthday pencil in Chapel today
  • Primary II and Kindergarten Parent Coffee (“Engaging Your Child in Summer Reading”): 8:45 a.m. in the Crum Library

Thursday, May 23

  • End-of-Year Class Parties

Friday, May 24

  • Fourth-Grade Completion Ceremony: 10:00 a.m. in the FAC
  • Early Dismissal: Kindergarten and first grade at 11:00 a.m.; grades 2-4 at 11:15 a.m.

Middle School

From the Division Head
Hello, Middle School families! I hope this finds you well!

May has flown by, and we are already at finals week. Thanks to our parent volunteers for making the eighth-grade dinner and graduation dance so special this past weekend.

Before finals begin, I hope our students realize the importance of the portfolio of work they've put forth over the entire school year. When finals are over, I want our students to reflect on the year they've spent working, growing, building, and flourishing together. What went well? What would you change? How did you grow? What goals might you already have for next year? How can you make summer healthy, productive, and proactive leading into next school year?

As finals approach, please see this research-informed article about retrieval practice as a study technique and how it can alleviate test anxiety. I wish all of our students the best of luck on their exams, and I hope they heavily value their cumulative effort this year.

I wish you all a wonderful week! It's a beautiful day, and we are Wolves!


Connor Cook, EdD
Head of Middle School

Results From the MS Toiletries Drive
In a previous edition of Wolf Watch, the NJHS Homeless Shelter Group shared that they would hold a Middle School toiletries drive for Star of Hope. The group also said that individual grade levels that donated enough toiletries could choose a teacher representative to participate in a pie-eating contest at Festival. The fifth, seventh, and eighth grades qualified, and selected Mrs. McQueen, Mr. Johnson, and Mr. Bogrand to represent them, respectively. 

NJHS is happy to announce that seventh grade won the pie-eating contest and enjoyed a Casual Dress Day as a result! 

Here are the official results of the toiletry drive:

Grade 8: 166 toiletries donated
Grade 7: 584 toiletries donated
Grade 6: 39 toiletries donated
Grade 5: 170 toiletries donated

MS donations of toiletries

Overall, we collected 959 toiletries. Congrats, Middle School! Way to be people for others!

Mark Your Calendar

Monday, May 20

  • Monday Schedule
  • Grades 5-7: Regular Uniform
  • Grade 8: Casual Dress
  • Grade 8 Exams: May 20–22 in classrooms
  • Grade 8 English Exam: Then, rotate through remaining classes for review; no electives
  • Grade 8 Extended-Time English: 8:15-10:30 a.m. in the HBR
  • Chapel: 10:45-11:15 a.m.
  • Graduation Rehearsal: 3:05-3:45 p.m. in the FAC and Chapel
  • End of Fall Preview

Tuesday, May 21

  • Grades 5-7: Regular Uniform
  • Grade 8: Casual Dress
  • Grade 8 Extended-Time Math: 7:30-945 a.m. in the HBR
  • Students Report to Assigned Testing Rooms: 8:00 a.m.
  • Chapel: 8:05-8:25 a.m.
  • English Exam/Assessment for Grades 5-7: 8:30-10:00 a.m.
  • Math Exam for Grade 8: 8:30-10:00 a.m.
  • Grade 6 Extended-Time English: 8:30-10:45 a.m. in the CE room
  • Grade 7 Extended-Time English: 8:30-10:45 a.m. in the MS art room
  • Break: 10:00-10:10 a.m.
  • Grade 8 Extended-Time Spanish: 10:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in the HBR
  • Review Classes for Grades 5-7: 10:15-11:45 a.m.
  • Spanish Exam for Grade 8: 10:15-11:45 a.m.
  • Study Hall and Locker Clean-out: 11:45 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
  • Carpool/Dining Hall: 12:15 p.m.

Wednesday, May 22

  • Grades 5-7: Regular Uniform
  • Grade 8: Casual Dress
  • Grade 6 Extended-Time Math: 7:30-9:45 a.m. in the CE room
  • Grade 7 Extended-Time Math: 7:30-9:45 a.m. in the MS art room
  • Grade 8 Extended-Time Science: 7:30-9:45 a.m. in the HBR
  • Students Report to Assigned Testing Rooms: 8:00 a.m.
  • Review for Exams Independently: 8:00-8:25 a.m.
  • Science Exam for Grade 8: 8:30-10:00 a.m.
  • Math Exam/Assessment for Grades 5-7: 8:30-10:00 a.m.
  • Break: 10:00-10:10 a.m.
  • Grade 7 Extended-Time Spanish: 10:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in the MS art room
  • Grade 8 Extended-Time History: 10:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in the HBR
  • History Exam for Grade 8: 10:15-11:45 a.m.
  • Spanish Exam/Assessment for Grades 5-7: 10:15-11:45 a.m.
  • Study Hall and Locker Clean-out: 11:45 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
  • Carpool/Dining Hall: 12:15 p.m.

Thursday, May 23

  • Last Day for Middle School Students
  • Grades 5-7: Regular uniform
  • Grade 8: Athletic attire for field day
  • Grade 7 Extended-Time Science: 7:30-9:45 a.m. in the MS art room
  • Students Report to Assigned Testing Rooms: 8:00 a.m.
  • Grades 5-7 Review for Exams: 8:00-8:25 a.m.
  • Science Exam/Assessment for Grades 5-7: 8:30-10:00 a.m.
  • Grade 8 Field Day: 9:00-11:00 a.m.
  • Break: 10:00-10:10 a.m.
  • Grade 7 Extended-Time History: 10:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in the MS art room
  • History Exam/Assessment for Grades 5-7: 10:15-11:45 a.m.
  • Grade 8 Graduation Rehearsal: 11:10 a.m.-12:10 p.m. in the FAC
  • Locker Clean-out: 11:45 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
  • Carpool/Dining Hall: 12:15 p.m.
  • Graduation: 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, June 4

  • Trimester 3 Report Cards Posted Online: 8:00 a.m.

Upper School

From the Division Head
Well, here we are. It’s the end of the first year of the Upper School experience at St. Francis. We have four more school days—three finishing up our classes and one celebrating the accomplishment of a successful inaugural year.

As we transition into the summer, I hope that you and your family will spend some time together reflecting on the learning from the past year. I encourage you to lead the way by considering lessons you have learned from your kids. Maybe some of these lessons are the reaffirmation of core values that your children have upheld and demonstrated through their words and behavior.

Last weekend, I attended my son’s college graduation. We went to convocation and commencement—two events for which seating was on a first-come, first-served basis. Needless to say, I had quite a bit of time to reflect on some of the lessons that I have learned from my son, the recent graduate. Thank you in advance for indulging me while I share five of those lessons with you:

  1. Show up. Be fully present. Demonstrate care and kindness.
  2. Always be true to you—this is living with integrity, a sense of wholeness.
  3. Persevere through adversity. Also, practice asking for help when you need it.
  4. Learn for learning’s sake.
  5. Transitions can be tricky. Be patient with yourself as you transition into a new routine.

Our children teach us something each and every day, and getting into the practice of affirming them for it can be transformative. We are hardwired for connection, and it is a pretty powerful connection to feel truly seen and appreciated.

In closing, it has been an honor and a privilege to have had the opportunity to learn alongside your children—our students—this year. Thank you. We wish you a safe summer break filled with just the right balance of rest and play.


Cara Henderson
Head of Upper School

Mark Your Calendar

Monday, May 20

  •  Day 1 Schedule/SFES Spirit Dress

Tuesday, May 21

  • Day 2 Schedule/SFES Spirit Dress

Wednesday, May 22

  • Day 3 Schedule/SFES Spirit Dress

Thursday, May 23

  • Last Day of School for Upper School Students: Off-site celebration
  • Trimester 3 Ends
  • Day 4 Schedule/SFES Spirit Dress


Now Hiring: Nursery Supervisor
We are currently seeking a church nursery supervisor who is available to work with the nursery staff and children on Sunday mornings. If you know anyone who might be a good fit, please refer them to Allison Devlin at adevlin@sfch.org. To view the job posting, click here.

Baptisms on Pentecost Sunday
A principal feast day celebrating the birth of the church, the day of Pentecost on Sunday, June 9, is especially appropriate for the sacrament of baptism. To schedule a baptism on Pentecost Sunday, please contact Amy Homer via e-mail or at 832.325.2983.

Fall First Communion Classes Start September 8
First Communion classes begin Sunday, September 8. This is an 8-week course designed for second-grade students preparing to receive the Holy Eucharist.

Contact Allison Devlin via e-mail for information or to sign up.

St. Francis in the Woods Is October 25-27
Save the date! St. Francis in the Woods—a family-friendly retreat held at Camp Allen—is scheduled for October 25-27, 2019. Parishioners and friends of St. Francis gather for a weekend of fun, fellowship, worship, crafts, s'mores, and outdoor adventures.

For more details or to sign up to attend, contact Cindy Huteson via e-mail to be added to St. Francis in the Woods communications.

Sunday Programs at St. Francis Episcopal Church

  • Breakfast Bites and Fellowship: Meet in the Wheatcroft Parish Hall for coffee, donuts, and light bites after the 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services. 
  • Lighthouse Expressions in Art: Children in pre-K through middle school meet in the Guild Room to create an art project reinforcing the Bible lesson and key verse discussed during Let it Shine!  
  • Adult Bible Study: Meet in the People Place to develop a closer relationship with God through reading and reflecting on Scripture.  
  • Adult Series: Father Bates is currently leading the series 24 Hours That Changed the World. Meet in the Hogan Board Room.
  • God Lights Our Way (GLOW): Middle and high school students meet upstairs in CE 212 for lessons and activities.

Sunday Worship Services
St. Francis Episcopal Church holds four services on Sundays, as follows:

8:00 a.m.—Holy Eucharist, Rite I
This is a contemplative service that includes a traditional sermon, communion, and time for prayer and reflection. Held in the St. Clare Chapel (accessed through the main church entrance), this service is ideal for those who like to get an early start to their Sunday.

9:00 a.m.—Family Worship With Holy Eucharist, Rite II
This is a family-friendly service with a blend of updated music, a children’s message, Rite II liturgy, and full communion.

  • Held in the sanctuary, you’ll see youth ages 3 and older participating in parts of the service. Everyone is welcome, from newborns to centenarians. You don’t need to have children to enjoy this service!
  • After the children’s message, students in pre-K through middle school are invited to Let It Shine! with Allison Devlin in the Robert Gay Foyer for a group lesson and project. High school youth are invited to join and help the younger students during this time. All children will return to the service during the announcements.
  • After the service, please join us for breakfast bites and fellowship in the Wheatcroft Parish Hall, followed by Sunday School activities for all ages.

11:00 a.m.—Holy Eucharist, Rite II, With Organ and Choir
Appropriate for adults and families, this is a beautiful service with traditional liturgy and hymns, communion, sermon, full choir, and professional musical accompaniment. After the service, please join us for breakfast bites and fellowship in the Wheatcroft Parish Hall.

5:00 p.m.—Holy Eucharist, Rite I
This reflective service in the St. Clare Chapel includes an adult message and communion and is appropriate for adults and teenage children. Casual dress is welcome.

Please note that childcare and playtime in the church nursery are available on Sundays from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. to allow parents time for church and adult Sunday School.

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