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Children's Ministry


Squid Squad

(K - 2nd grade)

Deep Blue incorporates Bible stories, science activities, arts and crafts, animated video storytelling, and active games into a lived-faith experience that will help children discover what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ today!

Deep Sea Divers

(3rd - 5th grade)

A one-year Bible survey for students that will prepare them to make the transition to youth group. Submerge emphasizes nurturing faithful relationships while engaging students in fun and creative activities.

Children Ministry Staff


  • Sandy  - Squid Squad Teacher

    Sandy has been teaching children for years and brings her skills and talents from the public school to our children's ministry.

  • Lavonne - Squid Squad Teacher

    Lavonne is new to teaching, but has found a passion for it. She is a creative person, and uses her skills as an artist to teach the children how to express their faith through art.

  • Jennifer  - Deep Sea Diver Teacher

    Jennifer has been teaching Sunday school for various ages for 2-3 years now. She loves children and loves helping the kids understand the bible and being part of the church.

  • Mick'ayla - Deep Sea Diver Teacher

    Mick'ayla has been teaching Sunday school for a year and a half and loves what she does. She loves basketball and being outdoors. She is passionate about teaching our children and youth and enjoys each moment.


  • Margo - Co-Director of Children and Youth Ministries

    Margo is the newest member to join the team. She is a UPS student majoring in Biochemistry and Neuroscience. She loves working with children and is a warm and friendly addition to our childcare.

  • Olivia -- Co-Director of Children and Youth Services

    Olivia feels excited and blessed to be welcomed into the Mason family in order to serve the children and youth. She is a student at University of Puget Sound, where she is studying Politics & Government and Mathematics. Olivia is a born-and-raised Methodist from the wonderful state of Oregon, and found her passion for working with children and youth through her own incredible experiences with 7 years and counting in United Methodist Camping Ministries. In her campus community, Olivia is an Interfaith Coordinator for the Department of Spiritual Life, an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta, a member of the Habitat for Humanity Club, and an advocate for quality coffee and quality naps. Her eventual goal is to study Public Policy in order to improve the efficacy of social and education policies.