Early Learning Summer Camp
This is a camp for families with preschoolers and children entering Kindergarten and first grade. From 10:00am – 2:00pm young students with their parents will have access to online early learning programing for 1 hour every day. Educators familiar with the online program will be on site to assist parents with helping their children to learn and get prepared to enter kindergarten or first grade. Four computer stations are available for 4 weeks in August every summer and a volunteer educator is assigned to each station. Each computer station accommodates up to 4 registered students for a total of 16 students. Parents can sign up for 1 week or all 4 weeks.
If you would like to volunteer for this program please contact St. Mary's at 610-874-8565
Camp St. Mary
July 20-24, 2015
2015 is the first year to host camp at St. Mary's. One week of fun, games and various activities is planned for campers finishing kindergarten through 4th grade. The camp is sponsored by the Diocese of Pennsylvania Youth and is free for all participants. St. Mary's sponsors 2 youth to work as volunteers who receive a small stipend at the end of the week.
For 2016 we hope to host Camp St. Mary for 2 weeks and sponsor more youth as volunteers.
St. Mary's Food cupboard has been in operation for over 30 years. It continues to be St. Mary’s primary outreach to the City of Chester and surrounding communities. Serving an average of 70 families per week, St. Mary’s food cupboard is generously supported by local volunteers, various community businesses and several churches around the diocese. The food cupboard is open every Thursday from 12:30-2:00pm. To volunteer or for more information please go to the website;stmarysfoodcupboard.org or contact Ms. Gloriajean Jackson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
S a i n t M a r y 's E p i s c o p a l C h u r c h
703 Edwards Street
P.O. Box 595
Chester, PA 19016
Programs at St. Mary's, Chester, PA
St. Mary's Church School
A Church School for the community. This program is designed to engage youth. The overall goal of the program is to help youth ages 14-18 to establish positive relationships and greater understanding of self and others. The Church School Ministry focuses and connects life lessons inherent in the Gospel with activities to include the following themes:
Establishing Character, Self-Awareness and Self-Esteem
Building Diverse Relationships
Increasing Multi-Cultural Understanding
Developing Personal Strategies for Decision Making
Communicating Healthy Self-Expression
Spiritual Fellowship with God and One Another
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