Vacation Bible Adventure, 2019
This fun trip to Mars and Beyond will include BIble stories, games, crafts, sports, and music. We welcome children ages K-5th, and any other older ones as volunteers! Then we will lead worship Sun Jun 23 together with all the songs and stories we’ve learned!
Sunday Morning pre-worship and Wednesday Evening Children’s programs end mid-May for summer break, and return after Labor Day
Sundays, Children in Worship
All children are always welcome for all of worship. They lead us in worship. They are welcome to be themselves and make blessed children’s noises, all during worship.
On the way in, Children get a bulletin too, so they can follow along, or a few books from the children’s shelf. We invite infants to 5th graders to gather mid-worship for a special conversation. We usually give these children a special craft as they go back to their seats.
If parents need a break this morning, or have a child whose volume or body is too distracting to them or to others, try our special children’s area at the back of the sanctuary. There’s a table just their size, and a few rocking chairs for supervising parents. At the parents’ option, for infants to pre-K, there is also childcare available during the entire service, or after the Children’s sermon.
On Sunday mornings, children grades K-5th gather for Service Central at 9:45. Service Central is our version of Sunday School, where kids will learn a bible story and then put that story into action by working on a service project that directly benefits our community. You will see a world map hanging in the hall that shows some of the service projects our kids have helped with, and where their time and talent were shared.
J.A.M. (Jesus and Me)
Children in grades K-5 have Jesus and Me (JAM) Club on Wednesday nights from 5:45-7:00 during the school year. This includes dinner, games, and bible story. You can find JAM club downstairs, just past the nursery. Kids 0-4 are welcome to stay with our nursery staff in the nursery, and they will also have dinner and play time.
From our Director of Children’s Ministries
“I believe each experience of Christian education is a response to God’s love first given to us (1 John 4:19). Out of gratitude for this good news, we too can extend such love and grace to others, and especially to our children by building relationships, growing in faith, and having fun together!”
Rev. Christin Norman
Director since October 2018