At All Saints Parish children are welcomed as full participants in the worship service, just as all adults are (regardless of age, ability, race, ethnic group, sexual orientation, gender and gender expression, or religious background). We also know that we all have differing modes of worship at different times in our lives. Perhaps, if you’re are an adult accompanying young children, you and your children are able to join the worship best by engaging with the quiet play time on the carpeted area near the Langdon Chapel. Perhaps you are best able to worship by sitting with your children towards the back of the nave, guiding them through the worship leaflet and/or hymnal. Perhaps the best way for you to worship is by sitting up front where you and your children can see exactly what’s happening at the altar. Perhaps you need some time by yourself, especially if you’re an adult caregiver of young kids. Then you might want to take advantage of our staffed nursery, and/or outstanding children’s formation programs. Perhaps the best way for you or your children to worship is in the choir—that can be arranged, talk to our music or Schola director! We have many ways of engaging in worship here at All Saints. And we’re open to helping you explore and discover the ways that work for you and your family.