Sunday School is in person each week at 9:00am for babies through 5th grade. We are currently following Covid-19 best practices including mask wearing for children over 2 years and social distancing. Sunday School check in is at the rear doors. Children will be masked when they are indoors and with a parent or guardian’s permission, may unmask when they are outside. All volunteers working with children (including those who are vaccinated) will remain masked. During 10:30 worship, Nursery Care is available for children 5 and under.
This Week in Sunday School
BIG & SMALL: A 5-WEEK SERIES FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT ABOUT JOB
Do you ever stop and think about how big God must be? God created this whole world, all of the planets, and stars in the sky . . . God is really big! Knowing God is big can make us feel small and inconsequential. But the truth is, even the small things are a big deal to God. The story of Job will help everyone realize that even though we are small, God listens to our big feelings, God sees the big picture, God cares about every small problem, and we can also be a big help in small ways.
Tip of the Month:
You are the coolest parent we know! Now, you may not feel trendy, outgoing, or young enough for kids to think you’re cool, but the good news is that every single one of those things matters much less than we tend to think. Whether or not your kids or their friends ever call you cool, you can be the greatest influence in their life!
Ever wished your kid would just listen to you already? What about talk? Ever wished they would open up just a little bit more? We get it. So do Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish, authors of HOW TO TALK SO KIDS WILL LISTEN AND LISTEN SO KIDS WILL TALK.
Anxiety & Kids
- Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic
- Anxiety Conversation for Parents of Preschoolers
- Anxiety Conversation for Parents of Elementary Schoolers
Some of our Favorite Story Books
God’s Dream and other children’s books authored by Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Children’s Books by Matthew Paul Turner
Who Counts? and other books by Amy Jill-Levine
My First Hands On Bible for Preschool
Music for Your Family
Reading the Bible with Your Kids
Each fall we gift Bibles to our third grade children. Reading the Bible with your child, develops faith bonding opportunities for the entire family. But where do you start? Read through some of these resources to help you get started building a firm foundation of scripture.
Resources for Families with Babies and Toddlers
Kids in Worship
Whether we are worshiping at home or at church, or anywhere along our way, it can be challenging with young kids to keep them engaged. To make children’s time in worship more meaningful check out these strategies. You may find them helpful too!