Infant - 5th Grade: Week of Oct. 4, 2021

by Nate Stenholtz on October 05, 2021

Hey Parents! 
I hope and pray that you have had some great conversations with your kids. 

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 6 | 6:30-8 PM

3 year olds - 5th graders*

Each week, we’ll provide a fun, interactive learning environment with games, songs, and opportunities to discover how to follow Jesus together. We’ll laugh and grow as disciples as we see and hear the stories of Scripture unfold before our eyes! 

Please note: doors open at 6:15 p.m.

Last week:

Kids were challenged to memorize John 11:25-26. If they have worked on this memory verse, please encourage them to share it on Wednesday night. 

This week:

The lost and found sheep & the lost and found coin (Luke 15:3-10)

We are lost in sin and need to be found by Jesus. Jesus seeks after you (we will meet a woman who searched very hard for a valuable lost coin). Jesus loves you that much. You are so special to Jesus! Jesus will not give up looking for you (we will learn about a shepherd who loved his lost sheep). You are so valuable to Jesus! He wants us to trust Him and follow Him with our whole hearts!

Memory verse: Ephesians 4:32

*Childcare is also available for infants and toddlers.

SUNDAY, oct. 10 | 9-10 AM

2 year olds - 5th graders*

This ministry year, volunteer leaders will be guiding kids through The Gospel Project curriculum. Through play, art, music and more, kids will learn that the big story of the Bible is more than a story - it's good news that can be lived out and shared!

Here is a look ahead at what will be taught on Sunday! 
SIN SPREAD TO PEOPLE:
  • KEY PASSAGE: Romans 3:23

  • BIG PICTURE QUESTION: Genesis 4-5
    What does it mean to sin? To sin is to think, speak, or behave in any way that goes against God and His commands.

  • CHRIST CONNECTION: 
    Adam and Eve’s sin and its consequences spread to all of their descendants. But God did not forget His promise to send a Rescuer. At just the right time, God would send His Son to save sinners.

*Childcare is also available for infants and toddlers.

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