Parents and Teachers: As you know due to COVID-19, we as a church are practicing social distancing. While the sermon is something that could quickly be put online, the Sunday School Ministry have been putting our heads together to come up with an alternative plan to our regular Sunday school program. In order to provide our students with an opportunity to worship and learn and parents with some online resources, we’ve found some videos that will help explain to your children/students what Easter is all about! There are 4 lesson videos, and here is the first lesson for each age group. To see the rest, go to our YouTube Channel Playlists.
Ages 3-4: Meet in the preschool classroom at 9:15 a.m. for a time of creative play, songs Bible story, crafts and activities.
K - Grade 6: Join us in the large group room at 9:15 a.m. for singing and announcements! At 9:30 a.m., each age group will meet their small group leader for a time focused on Bible stories which will help them become wholehearted followers of Jesus. Games, art, storytelling and other fun activities round out the hour.
Junior High: At 9:30 a.m., grade 7/8 girls will meet in Mallorie’s room and 7/8 boys will meet in Mike’s room for a Bible study entitled “The Thread”*
High School: Grade 9-12 students meet in the high school classroom at 9:30 a.m. with discussion leaders Jeremy & Ashley. The study is called “Jesus and Your Future”. The future. For teenagers, it’s a concept that occupies a lot of their thoughts. Where will they go to college? WILL they go to college? Whom will they marry? What career will they choose? And so on. These are good, important questions. But there is a deeper way of thinking about their future, one that asks more complex questions: How can I allow God to use my future for His glory? What kind of life does God want me to live? What happens after I die? The good news? Jesus has plenty to say about the future. Teach Jesus and Your Future to help your students welcome their future with a God-driven confidence.
For more Sunday school information and The Thread student devotionals, check out our Instagram and Facebook pages linked above.