Cathedral Kids

Infants - Kindergarten and 1st Grade - 5th Grade

“I am somebody! I am loved, chosen, and important! God made me on purpose because he has good plans for me! I was somebody when I came into this world and I’ll be a better somebody when I leave, because of Jesus Christ!”
— Cathedral Kid Motto based on Psalm 139

No matter who you are or where you come from, you are welcome here! This is a safe and positive place for all kids. This is a place for families to gather and connect. This is a place of kindness and friendship. This is a church. We love Jesus and we can't wait to meet you!

1st - 5th Weekly Gatherings

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Sundays 9:30 - 10:30 (Worship service provided) 

Sundays 11:00-12:00 (Worship service provided) 

*Wednesdays 6:30-7:45 (Youth group also meets)

Saturdays 5:30-6:30 (Worship Service Provided)  

*Our Wednesday Night program does not run in December or August 

Infants-Kindergarten Weekly Gatherings

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Sundays 9:30 - 10:30 (Worship service provided) 

Sundays 11:00-12:00 (Worship service provided) 

Saturdays 5:30-6:30 (Worship Service Provided)   

Fridays 10 am - 11 am Wiggle Faith (upstairs of Spirit Falls Sanctuary)

Quarterly Events

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Spring: Parents Night Out 4/20/18 5-8 $20/family

Spring: Family Trip to Farrel McWhirter Park  5/20/18 3pm 

 

Summer: 1-5 Grade Sports Camp 6/27-6/29 $50  

Register here: https://sports-camp-washington-cathedral.echurchevents.com/step1

Summer: Potty Trained Toddlers-Kindergarten STEM Camp 7/10-7/12 $5o  

Register here: https://stem-camp-washington-cathedral.echurchevents.com/step1

Summer: 1-5 Warm Beach Camp 7/27-7/29 $170  

Register Here: https://warm-beach-camp-washington-cathedral.echurchevents.com/step1

Wiggle Faith

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Free playtime for infants-kindergartners and their caregivers! Every Friday from 10-11am. First week of the month is art themed. Second week of the month is soccer themed. Third week of the month is sensory play themed. Fourth week of the month is STEM themed. Fifth week of the month is free play. We have a covered outdoor playground for rainy days and a big grassy field to play in during the summer. Many weeks, We fill our sanctuary with Little Tykes Toys and let the kids play. Meet in the building with the green and glass roof.

Welcome Wednesdays

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Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:45 1st-5th graders are invited to come to church and play! All kids are welcome! This is a great weekly event to bring friends to. Kids play tag and lots of running games. They make new friends and learn new social/life skills in the process. Pastor Becca leads a bible study designed to teach kids how to integrate a faith in Jesus into their daily lives. Please join us and don't forget your running shoes!

 

Welcome Wednesdays Weekly Spring & Summer Schedule

4/4 Ice cream night!  

Meet at DQ in downtown Redmond 

4/11 TWO-LITER GUARD GAME

Make circles out of masking tape or chalk and give each child a two-liter of soda to place inside their circle. One child is it and tries to take each child’s soda. The children guarding the bottles must keep one foot only inside their circle at all times. If they tag the bottle snatcher, they switch places! 

4/18 NOWHERE TO HIDE GAME

Play just like Hide & Seek except the person who is it is armed with a spray bottle full of water and gets to spray each child he finds! 

4/25  PLUNGER FRISBEE GAME

Two teams. Each team has: a thrower, a catcher, a miss getter. The thrower throws the kind of frisbee with a large hole in the middle (or rings from a ring toss game). The catcher holds a small toilet plunger on top of their head with the handle pointing up. The idea is to throw the most frisbees onto the plunger handle in the shortest amount of time. 

5/2 MUSCLE BEACH GAME

Make teams of four. Have each team choose a boy representative and ask them to put on the sweatshirt. The object is to make a muscle man by blowing up, tying and stuffing as many balloons into the shirt of the guy until he is as muscular as possible. Give them two minutes. Determine the winner by a panel of judges. The first guy to break all his balloons by himself is also declared a winner.

5/9 MUSICAL CHAIRS GAME (another version)

Don’t take out any players—just chairs—until there’s only one chair left with all the kids!

5/16 BALLOON RACES GAME

Place a drinking straw on a sturdy string by threading the string through the straw; then attach the string to two points (like two chairs). Tape a blown up balloon to the straw and let it go. (To tape the balloon to the straw, fold up a piece of masking tape and place it on the side of the blown up balloon, being careful not to let the air out of the balloon until ready.) The air pressure will make the balloon travel up the string. Let teams race their balloons.

5/23 HULA HOOP RELAY GAME

Each team joins hands to form a line. Team lines pass the hula hoop over themselves without letting go of hands.

5/30 Identify the Flavor or Object  

Pastor Becca will bring gourmet jellybeans and handkerchiefs. Blindfold contestants and have them hold their noses while tasting each bean. Whoever identifies the most correct flavors wins. 

6/6 Grog

You take apart a flashlight and hide the parts throughout the play area. One kid is the Grog, which is a monster that can freeze you in place by tagging you. Everyone has to work together to find the parts, assemble the flashlight, and shine it on the Grog to defeat “it.”

6/13 Snow Cone Night

Pastor Becca will make snow cones for everyone

6/20 Scatterball

Dodge ball with a twist. To start, everyone must have a hand on a nerf ball. Throw the ball up in the air and everyone scatters. Somebody grabs the ball in the air or off the ground. Whoever has the ball can only take two steps. After two steps, the player must throw the ball — dodge ball style — at another player. If the ball hits a player, that player sits down right where they are. BUT, they can still play, they just can’t move from their seated spot. If a player is hit by the ball and catches it, then the throwing player sits down. At any time sitting players can snag the ball if it rolls by, and they can throw it at standing players trying to get them out. The game ends when only one player is standing. 

6/27 Sharpshooter

Pastor Becca provides stopwatch, candles and squirt guns. Light a few candles and see how long it takes each contestant to extinguish the candles.

7/4 Not Meeting due to Holiday

7/11 ICE BLOCKING 

Please bring a towel and contribute $2 per kid for materials if you are able. We will make a homemade slide out of blocks of ice and race down the hill.

7/18 Art and Movie night

We will eat popcorn and watch a movie while doing fun crafts

7/25 Water Games

Bring a towel, squirt gun, and any other supplies you want for a giant water fight. We will do a water balloon toss to start then have a water fight at the end.

WeLCOME WEDNESDAY on break for all of August

Special Services Offered 

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Free tutoring upon request for any age or subject 

Grief counseling for kids and families 

Pastoral counseling for anxiety/depression for kids and families 

Pastoral Marriage Counseling 

Pastoral Family Counseling 

One on one spiritual support from a pastor 

Pastoral Hospital Visits 

Weddings/Premarital counseling  

Child Birth Support

Baby Dedications

Baptisms

Funerals 

Financial counseling 

Families helping families Christmas gift support 

Homeless care/hygiene packages made by kids


“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son so that whomever believes in him will not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send him son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.”
— John 3:16-17

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"He has shown you, o Mortal, what is good, and what does the Lord require of you? But to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God."

-Micah 6:8

 

Child Safety Standards  

At Washington Cathedral, the safety of kids is of utmost importance to us. Thank you for supporting our standards of excellence!

Bathroom/Diaper Procedures:

·        Parents will be texted if a baby/toddler needs a diaper change and the parent is on campus.

·        If a parent is not on campus a volunteer may change the diaper with the door open, wearing gloves, washing hands and sanitizing the space after. 

·        If a child uses the restroom the volunteer will escort them and remind them to wash hands after. As part of our open door policy, the volunteer will encourage the child to close their stall door, but leave the door to the bathroom facility open.

·        Please sanitize diaper changing and nursing areas after use

 

Other Safety Standards:

·        Volunteer pastor team captains are CPR/first aid certified

·        All volunteers age 18 and older are background checked

·        2 or more volunteer pastors will be in a classroom to ensure one adult is not left alone with one child. If only one adult is available for a time, the door will be left open.

·        Incident reports are filled out if a child is injured

·        Please notify us if your child has allergies as our classrooms may contain allergens  

·        Toys are routinely sanitized

·        Please do not send your child into the classroom if they are contagious, have had a fever over 100 in the last 24 hours or have thrown up. There are kid friendly places in the services for sick kids.

 
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Meet Pastor Becca

-BA in Christian Theology from Seattle Pacific University

-Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, focusing on Pastoral counseling for kids

-Mother of 2 toddlers & married to her high school sweetheart

-Loves dodgeball, tacos, playing sports, and prayer

-Facilitates our infant-kindergarten and 1st-5th grade ministries

 

 

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