LOGOS Children and Youth

LOGOS is our weekly children and youth program at Ark and Dove

Beginning, September 28, 2021! LOGOS is Ark and Dove's mid-week intergenerational program for pre-K and elementary aged children. LOGOS this year will be a 1 hour program from 6 to 7 pm on Tuesdays. Activities will be outdoors as much as possible with some indoor activities (with masks) during inclement weather. Meals will not be served during LOGOS this fall but a snack will be provided. LOGOS is a great way to grow your relationship with God and others at Ark and Dove. Sign up to register HERE. Parents and everyone interested in participating are invited to contact Jen Roman at colored_grey@hotmail.com or Julie Devers at jbdevers@gmail.com for more information.

LOGOS! Registration LINK coming soon!



Everyone is to treat everyone else as a Child of God.
No one has the right to treat anyone else as if they do not matter.


LOGOS is a dynamic ministry of Christian nurture that involves the whole congregation, with the goal of nurturing our youth into a personal and meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ.

LOGOS is a mid-week ministry intended to run parallel to the school year, with weekly Tuesday meetings beginning in mid-September and running until the beginning of April.  It is composed of four concentrations: Bible Time, Worship Skills, Family Time (family-style dinner) and Recreation.

Our LOGOS program at Ark and Dove is for kindergarteners to high schoolers with nursery care provided for volunteers.

LOGOS is not meant to replace Sunday School. Rather, it is another area of education - one that allows for the development of strong Christian relationships between youth, between adults, and between youth and adults. Parents, single adults, grandparents, couples without children, and pastors - all join together sharing their gifts and talents.

LOGOS literally means "The Word". In John 1:1 -18 states: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us..." The LOGOS program is one way of continuing the experience of the incarnation of Christ.