Early Childhood Activity Hour Sundays from 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. in Leslie Hall. The focus of the program is on music but also includes a snack time and an arts and crafts activity. All preschoolers and toddlers are most welcome to attend. Parents are encouraged to attend with toddlers as parent and tot groups.
Cordell Henebury, the director of Teen Music Mountainside, is coordinating the program. Cordell has had a great deal of experience organizing music programs for daycares and preschools. He is also head of the music program at Centennial Regional High School in Greenfield Park.
The Early Childhood Activity Hour will be held weekly from through December 16 with the exception of Thanksgiving weekend, October 7. Seasonal secular and sacred subjects will be highlighted, including autumn and creation topics and Halloween and Christmas holiday themes. Please join us and bring a friend - or two!
For more information please call the Director of Music, Margaret de Castro, at 514-486-1165.
If parents wish for their children to remain with them during worship, there is a rocking chair and coloring table available in the sanctuary.
Confirmation classes are held to help the young people in their journey to understand and live lives in the context of Christian love and caring for themselves and others. At the completion of their classes, the young people have the opportunity to decide if they wish to become members of our church. Many strong bonds of friendship are developed during these classes.
For questions please contact Rev. John Forster:
or see Lynne Dawson (Chair of Liturgy and Learning).
Mountainside Youth Group (MYG) high-school age plus, led by Susan Salvati ... they meet, greet and eat every Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. and discuss the role Christian values play in their lives.
"Teen Music Mountainside" (TM²) youth band plays both sacred and secular music in many styles on various occasions and services in the sanctuary, as well as going on road trips to participate in worship at other churches, both in the Montreal area and as far away as Toronto and Boston.
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