Our Children’s Program will be adding a
dinner option on our Wednesday evening programming beginning in October!
Our JAM/BLAST begins at 6:30 p.m.
and we will immediately start and designate the
first 15 minutes to our meal in the fellowship hall instead of our snack in the middle of our lesson.
Be sure to mark the forms with any allergies. We welcome new students anytime but appreciate the heads up in interested for numbers. If a student does not wish to participate in the meal that is okay. We will start the lesson shortly after.
Upcoming October Series
October 4th -From a small seed, God is able to grow huge pumpkins. In this lesson kids will learn that when we give what we have to God – no matter how small it is – he is able to use it and turn it into something great. choices.
October 11th-Mini-Pumpkins are too small to be jack-o-lanterns or pumpkin pies, but they are still very special. This lesson teaches kids that Jesus made sure to let his disciples and us know that even though children may be small, they are all still precious in his eyes.
October 18th- Pumpkin Patch-Pumpkins grow in a big field usually referred to as a pumpkin patch. Jesus told a story about a man who found a great treasure hidden in a field and he sold everything he had to get it. Kids will learn that once we realize how great God is, we will value it more than anything else in the world.
October 25th- GLOW--A pumpkin is still a pumpkin until we put a light inside. Then they become something bright, shining a light for kids on Halloween. God wants us to let his light shine in our hearts so the world can know about Jesus.
Children's Wednesday evening JAM/BLAST requests all Pre-k- 5th-grade students are picked up inside our Grace Entrance at 7:30 PM when our weekly program ends. Teachers will wait with the students to ensure their safety.
No Children's ministry students will be allowed to go to their parents' cars in the parking lot for their safety. Our volunteers and staff cannot leave until all children have been picked up. Thank you for helping us keep our students safe.