Learn more about faith formation here.
At Mayflower, all are welcome to worship together. Young children are encouraged to participate fully with their families—to learn the stories of our faith and to experience the sacred rituals that nurture our life together.
During the pandemic, children’s corner worship materials are available for children that is distributed via email weekly, along with other information helpful for children, youth, and families. If you would like to be added to this email list, please reach out to Interim Director of Faith Formation Bree McKee-Miller, email@example.com.
Activity bags, children’s bibles and books are located along the back wall of the Sanctuary (please do not leave a child unattended in this area during worship).
The Narthex, just outside the Sanctuary doors, is part of our worship space. Families with restless children may move about more freely in this space while still worshipping together.
The Parent Resource Room (room 100) is available for parents who need a quiet space to nurse, soothe a child, or spend a few moments apart from Sunday morning activities. The room is furnished with rocking chairs and equipped with overhead speakers, so that parents can hear the worship services while in this space.
Mayflower has choirs for ages 7 through high school. Learn more
This group supports families with kids from birth to 5, through social events for the whole family and spiritual and educational programs for parents. Your ideas and your family are always welcome! To get involved and find out about upcoming events, contact Eli’jah Carroll.
6th and 7th grade girls from the Mayflower community and nearby neighborhood gather for activities, outings and “take action” projects that teach cooperation, teamwork, leadership, financial literacy and the value of community service. Girls meet one evening per month September–May. Contact: Emily Christie.
Boy Scouts (ages 11–18) meet every week and Cub Scouts (ages 6–11) meet every other week at Mayflower. These are among the oldest and strongest scouting programs in the Northern Star Council. Boy Scouts of America granted Mayflower Church its first troop charter in 1929.
Scouts are taught teamwork, self-discipline and leadership under the direction of a volunteer scoutmaster and assistant scoutmasters. The Mayflower troop has produced 108 Eagle Scouts!
Camping is the heart of the troop program, and monthly campouts give the youth a taste of the great outdoors in all seasons. Mayflower’s troop owns and operates its own 120-acre facility, Camp St. Croix, using it for winter campouts, a two-week summer camp, and other scouting activities throughout the year. Parents play an essential role in the program.
Troop and Pack 187 have been welcoming boys and adults leaders of all gender preferences and identities since 2000. We fully support Mayflower’s Open and Affirming stance. For more information about Boy Scouts, contact Mike McAneney. For information about Cub Scouts, contact Jacquelynn Goessling.
Girl Scouts: Katy Epler
Cub Scouts: Jacquelynn Goessling
Boy Scouts: Mike McAneney
Join the families with younger children Facebook group
106 E Diamond Lake Rd Minneapolis, MN 55419
(612) 824-0761 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sundays @ 8:30 & 11 am in the sanctuary or online