Youth & Children’s Ministries

informative post The Reading Lutheran Parish and its congregations recognize the importance of reaching the children of Reading, Pa. Several of our congregations offer after-school ministries to provide healthy meals, help with school work and give them a safe place to go. Here are our active youth and children’s ministries:

Hope’s Hangout

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Wednesdays | 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.

http://prettytallstyle.com/birkof/7685 On Wednesdays during the school year, Hope Lutheran Church at Front and Greenwich Streets hosts Hope’s Hangout, a safe place for elementary aged children to gather for food and fun after school. Hope’s Hangout is open to all children in grades 1-6.

MAD HOPE

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Summer Tuesdays | 12 noon – 4:00 p.m.

Making A Difference Helping People Everyday, or MAD HOPE, is a summer youth work program with Bible Study, service projects, enrichment activities and vocational training.

Dove’s Nest

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Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays | 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during the school year, Holy Spirit Lutheran Church’s Dove’s Nest provides a welcoming, safe place for school age children. Homework help, organized crafts, games and a daily meal are part of the Dove’s Nest’s daily activities.

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Wednesdays

Children from 16th and Haak Elementary School are invited for tutoring Wednesdays at St. Paul.

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Tuesdays, October-May

Program open to first graders from 10th & Penn and Amanda Stout Elementary schools. Children receive homework & reading help, a healthy snack and fun. This program is affiliated with the United Way’s “Ready Set Read” program.