Director of Elementary, Lexington Campus
office: 781-862-8351 x 9002
Our Sunday morning programs are designed to teach your child about God in a fun way and allow them to see Him in action each week, through our wonderful team of trained Kidstown volunteers. We offer regular programs throughout the school year.
Toddlers and Preschoolers learn valuable lessons through Bible stories, music, crafts, and play time. Kids in Kindergarten through 2rd grade meet together in a large group for a time of worship and learning, and then break down into small groups where we reinforce the lessons from the large group teaching. Kids in 3rd through 5th grade meet together for a pre-teen experience, and then also break out into small groups.
We still have a virtual option which you can find at grace.org/kidstown-at-home. We hope that you use one of these options to participate with Grace Chapel Kidstown.
We offer different programs for Early Childhood (birth - pre-K), Elementary (K- 5th grade) and SHINE (Special Needs Ministry). Want more info before arriving on Sunday morning?
Early Childhood or SHINE families - email Patti Lake, Director of Children's Ministry, at
Elementary School families - email Dom Bronico, the Elementary Director, at
Child dedication is the first important milestone in a child’s faith. The Scriptures tell us that Jesus himself was presented to the Lord as a newborn child by his parents, Joseph and Mary. As he was presented, he received blessings from older believers in the family of faith, Simeon and Anna.
In the same way, we welcome parents to bring their children before the Lord in worship, reaffirming their own faith in Christ and their commitment to raise their children to know and love God. Like Simeon and Anna, the church family offers words of both welcome and blessing to these little ones, presented in gratitude to God.
In the spirit of Deuteronomy 6 and Moses instruction to the Israelite nation, the congregation commits to partnering with the parents as "faith parents," supporting them through the spiritual journey of parenthood.
Prior to dedicating a child, we ask the parents attend a short Family Information Session, where our Kidstown staff will share what's involved in fulfilling the vows parents will take as primary faith parents.