SUNDAYS ARE FOR KIDS







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    This fall, Sunday Kids Connection begins the programming year as a virtual gathering. We’ll connect via Zoom at 9:30 a.m. and play a game, watch a Bible story video and provide application activities to do at home. As the year progresses, programming will transition to a hybrid model and eventually return to in-person classes.


    To protect kids on our virtual platform, the Zoom link will only be provided to registered Kids Connection families.  Register on the Kids Connection Registration tab. Even if your family is not planning to attend until we can safely have in-person Kids Connection, please register so we can keep you updated with the latest Kids Ministry announcements.


    We’ll offer a separate Parent and Child Zoom presentation for younger kids who are unable to participate in a Zoom presentation by themselves. This shortened version of Kids Connection will feature Bible stories and show and tell. Questions? Contact Chelsea.



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    SEPTEMBER SERIES

    BLOCK PARTY — EVERYONE'S INVITED (FRIENDSHIP) 

    Over the last several months, we’ve learned how to adapt to a new normal — no large crowds and limits to seeing friends or extended family. But, people have been creative with drive-by birthday parties and celebrations or connecting on video calls. 


    Why do we do that? Because we need people in our lives. Because we value friendship. During September Virtual Kids Connection, we’ll talk about what it means to be a good friend. We’ll hear stories about good friends from the Bible and the qualities that make a good friend. 


    Discussion questions:

    • What makes a good friend?
    • How can you show your friends they’re important?
    • When has a friend encouraged you?
    • How do you react when a friend hurts you?

    PAST SERIES

    • june and july series

      Faith tells us to believe in things we can't see by using what we can see. We may not be able to see God, but we can see him in everything he has created. We share stories about different people in the Bible who had faith, even though they couldn't see God with their eyes.

    • may series

      Sometimes we are faced with a task that seems impossible. This is what the disciples thought when Jesus told them to go and make disciples of all nations. We learned, just as the disciples did, that nothing is impossible with God on our side. 

    • april series

      Upside Down: Jesus Changes Everything (Humility)

      • How do you put others first?
      • What keeps you from putting others first?
      • What have you discovered about God that surprised you?