The Cherub Choir is open to children in preschool through kindergarten. Children of this age are just beginning to develop their musical abilities. Our hope for the Cherubs is that they enjoy making music together at the church. We have designed their entire curriculum to help them find the music that is living inside of them. They dance, march, and wiggle; they make noise, play rhythm instruments, and pretend to be animals; they pray, they learn about God, and they sing!
The Cherub Choir meets during the first 15 minutes of Church School (9:45 - 10:00 a.m.). Twice a year they sing praise to God during the 11:00 a.m worship service.
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Back to school season means it’s time to register for church school and music programs for children and youth. You can learn more about the different educational for children and youth and musical offerings here. All are welcome!
Registration packets have been mailed. If you didn’t get one or need extra forms, you can pick up a packet before or after worship, or download the forms below. Contact Associate Pastor, Amy Norton (email@example.com) or Minister of Music, Susan DeSelms (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Assistant Music Director, Josaphat Contreras (email@example.com).
Registration Form (please fill out one per child)
Epiphany Term is a combined session for all children who participate in Church School and Music programming that explores immigrants and refugee experiences, food insecurity & hunger, and diversity and identity. Epiphany Term will culminate in a presentation during worship created and performed by the children and youth of our church on Sunday, February 10 at 11am. For more information, contact Minister of Music Susan DeSelms at firstname.lastname@example.org or Associate Pastor Amy Norton at email@example.com.
You and your children are invited to register for our annual Winter Retreat at Grotonwood in Groton, MA! The retreat spans from Friday night January 25, through Sunday morning January 27. This year, we will be working on a presentation for our new winter Epiphany Term, which will be a collaboration between the church school and the music ministry to explore the theme of inequality as it affects us.
The weekend will also include fun, food, gym, snow, games, fellowship, and perhaps some quiet time for our wonderful parents!
Prices are $80 per child ages 7-13; $110 for ages 14-adult; children under 6 for free; $325 maximum per family. Meals and lodging are included! Make checks payable to United Parish in Brookline. You must register and pay the church by Sunday, January 20 to guarantee your family’s spot.
Learn more and sign up here.