children and youth worship

Sunday School

During the school year, September through May, toddlers through high school-age children meet each Sunday morning at 10:15 a.m. with their peers (by grade level) for a traditional, Bible-based Sunday School program. We always welcome friends and visitors into our classes so please stop in and see what our classes are like. We welcome you to come and meet your peers, the teachers and experience St. Francis Sunday School for yourself.

Contact Children’s Minister Jennifer Grady at or 228-1176 with any questions. 


Kids in children’s chapel

Children's Chapel

Children’s Chapel is offered every Sunday morning during the worship services at 9 (in the Davenport Chapel) and 11:15 (downstairs in the Commons Room). During the summer, Children's Chapel takes place during the 10 a.m. service. Any child ages 3 and up is invited to participate. Parents are also invited to accompany their child if they like. The service is aimed toward children ages 3 to 11.


We have a wonderful nursery for babies, toddlers and younger children who are not yet ready to sit through the service. Our Nursery Ministry is available on the lower level near the elevators. Our nurseries are staffed by volunteer and staff teachers.

If you have any questions please contact Jennifer Grady or Alison Kemper in the church office or by phone 502-228-1176.

Safeguarding God’s Children

The safety of our children is very important to us. We require a background check and follow Safeguarding God’s Children training for all of our volunteers and staff. Safeguarding God’s Children is a training program in abuse awareness. It is required by the Diocese of Kentucky to be completed every 2 years by clergy, staff members, Sunday School teachers, nursery workers, vestry members and others who work with or around minors in our church. In addition, it is recommended to all parents as a way to raise their awareness of this growing problem in our society. All training is now online! If you are interested in learning more, contact Jennifer Grady at