Kid's Page

This Kid's Page has stories and activities for children based on St. George's stained glass windows.  Click on the name of the window to open a coloring page to print.  Some saints have the month they were born after their name. 

Creation, chancel windowCreation

In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.
 

Abraham and Sarah Window

Abraham and Sarah

God promised to bless the whole world through Abraham and Sarah’s descendants.
 

Moses WindowMoses

Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt, to freedom, and received the Ten Commandments from God.
 

Ruth and Naomi WindowRuth and Naomi

Ruth showed great kindness to her mother-in-law, Naomi.
God rewarded her, and she became the great-grandmother of King David.
 

David WindowDavid

David was a shepherd boy who grew up to become Israel’s greatest king.  He wrote many of the Psalms in the Bible.
 

Elijah WindowElijah

Elijah was a prophet who told the Israelites to obey God.  He rode to heaven in a chariot of fire.
 

Thomas Cranmer WindowThomas Cranmer

Thomas Cranmer was the Archbishop of Canterbury
who wrote the very first Book of Common Prayer.
 

Mary and Martha WindowMary and Martha JULY

Mary and Martha were sisters who were good friends of Jesus.  At Saint George’s, we are friendly, too.
 

Virgin Mary WindowVirgin Mary  AUGUST

Mary was the mother of Jesus. We call her “Mary, the Mother of God.”
 

Matthew WindowMatthew

Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are called the four Evangelists.  Each Evangelist has a special sign.
 

Mark WindowMark

The Evangelists wrote the four Gospels, which tell us the Story of Jesus.
 

Luke WindowLuke

The word “gospel” means “good news.” Jesus is good news!
 

John WindowJohn

Jesus is good news because he brings us the love and forgiveness of God.
 

Saint George WindowSaint George  APRIL

Our church is named for George. He was a Roman soldier who believed in Jesus.
There is a legend about George rescuing a town from a fiery dragon.

 

Joseph WindowJoseph

Joseph was Mary’s husband. He took good care of Mary and Jesus.
 

Andrew WindowAndrew

Andrew was the first disciple.
Jesus called his disciples to be “fishers of men.”
 

Peter WindowPeter JUNE

Peter was one of Jesus’ closest disciples.  Jesus washed Peter’s feet to teach him about helping others.
 

James WindowJames

Jesus celebrated the first Holy Communion with James and the other disciples the night before he died.
 

John WindowJohn

John was called the Beloved Disciple. He was at the cross when Jesus died. Read the story of John
 

Mary Magdalene WindowMary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene was the first person to see Jesus after he rose from the dead. She ran to tell the other disciples.

 

Thomas WindowThomas DECEMBER

Jesus showed Thomas the holes in his hands so that Thomas would not doubt that he was alive.
 

Stephen WindowStephen

Stephen was the first deacon. He helped the poor people in the Church.
 

Paul WindowPaul

Paul was a missionary: he told people about Jesus and started churches. Paul wrote many books of the Bible.
 

Ignatius Of Antioch WindowIgnatius of Antioch

Ignatius was a bishop who loved Jesus so much that he chose to die rather than deny that Jesus was God.
 

John Chrysostom WindowJohn Chrysostom JANUARY

John was a bishop. His sermons were so beautiful that people called him Chrysostom, which means “honey-tongued.”
 

Communion of Saints WindowCommunion of Saints

There are, and will be, many other wonderful Christians. (How about YOU?) Then someday, all Christians—of every color, country, language, and time—will live together in peace with God.
 

Augustine of Hippo WindowAugustine of Hippo

Augustine was a bishop who wrote about God. He said that we are made for God, and will never be completely happy until we give ourselves to God.
 

Patrick of Ireland WindowPatrick of Ireland MARCH

Patrick was the first person to tell the Irish people about Jesus.
He used the shamrock to teach them about the Trinity.
 

Benedict of Nursia WindowBenedict of Nursia

Benedict was a wise monk. The way he ran his monastery
became an example for many other monasteries around the world.
 

Augustine of Canterbury WindowAugustine of Canterbury

Augustine was a missionary to England and became the first Archbishop of Canterbury.
 

Hilda of Whitby WindowHilda of Whitby

Hilda helped unite the Church in England.
 

Margaret of ScotlandMargaret of Scotland NOVEMBER

Queen Margaret of Scotland showed her love for God by becoming a wife and mother, and by helping the poor and sick, especially children.
 

Francis of Assisi WindowFrancis of Assisi OCTOBER

Francis gave away everything he owned and became a wandering preacher. He was so kind that even the animals loved him.
 

Sergius of Russia WindowSergius of Russia Story

Sergius helped bring Christianity and peace back to Russia, after many years of war. He is Russia’s greatest saint.

Julian of Norwich WindowJulian of Norwich

Julian lived in a little room attached to her church. She wrote a wonderful book about how much God loves and cares for us.
 

Joan of Arc WindowJoan of Arc MAY

Joan was a young girl whom God used to save France.
 

Richard Hooker WindowRichard Hooker

Richard Hooker was an English priest who loved the Bible. He taught how our reasoning and traditions can help us understand and use it.
 

John Donne WindowJohn Donne

John Donne was an English priest who wrote beautiful poems about God.

Wesley Brothers WindowWesley Brothers

These brothers were traveling priests and songwriters. They taught that Jesus loves each one of us and wants to be our friend.
 

Samuel Seabury WindowSamuel Seabury

Samuel Seabury was the first Episcopal bishop in the United States.
 

Absalom Jones WindowAbsalom Jones FEBRUARY

Absalom Jones was born a slave, but worked for years to buy his freedom and became the first black priest in the Episcopal Church.
 

Philander Chase WindowPhilander Chase

Philander Chase was the first Episcopal bishop of Ohio.
 

David Oakerhater WindowDavid Oakerhater SEPTEMBER

David Oakerhater was a Cheyenne Indian who became a Christian. He was made a deacon, and spent the rest of his life as a missionary to his people.
 

Samuel Schereschewsky WindowSamuel Schereschewsky

Samuel was born a Jew, but came to believe in Jesus. He went to China as a missionary, wrote the Bible in Chinese, and became the first Anglican bishop in China.
 

Florence Nightengale WindowFlorence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale knew that God wanted her to be a nurse. Even though it was very difficult, she didn’t let anything stop her.
 

C.S. Lewis WindowC.S. Lewis

C. S. Lewis was a great writer and teacher whose books help people understand more about God. He wrote The Chronicles of Narnia.
 

Florence Li Tim-Oi WindowFlorence Li Tim-Oi

In order to help Chinese refugees during World War II, the Church made Tim Oi the first woman priest in the Anglican Communion.