Classes for Children and Youth

Please check back for updates as our building is currently not hosting children’s programs and large group activities. 

If your child is looking for a theatrical activities this summer, we recommend our friends at Setting the Stage. They have partnered with us in the past and we hope to have them back with us soon! 

Who is Setting the Stage?

Setting the Stage (STS) is dedicated to providing meaningful, artistic experiences that enrich students’ lives and create lifelong memories. Through quality programs and a dedicated staff, STS provides training that strengthens self-confidence and teaches self-worth, teamwork, responsibility, and respect. We strive to show children that when dreams are made, anything is possible. All our classes focus on learning about theater, and the students give a performance at the end of the session.

What does Setting the Stage do?

STS workshops teach the basic skills of musical theater: singing, dancing, and acting. Acting or theater experience is not required, just a willingness to work and learn. Our philosophy is one of inclusion, and we attempt to provide as many opportunities to as many actors as possible. Because our program emphasizes the ensemble, we strive to make all actors aware of their importance to the group. Our classes teach dedication and responsibility while encouraging self-esteem. We teach children how to collaborate and realize how important each of them is to the result.


The Southminster Allied Arts program is pleased to offer the opportunity for students to take private lessons on church premises from accomplished professional musicians who teach cello, violin, and voice for children, youth, and adults. Students will also have the opportunity to participate with other students in recitals arranged by their teacher and to contribute their talents to worship services and other church musical events. Music enriches our lives and our world. Please check out the links to the professional musicians’ websites and contact them directly to discuss times and fees for lessons. For cello: Andrew Snow; for violin: Edgar Gabriel; for vocal: Robert Aaron Taylor and Michelle Kei Ishuu

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