Children will be immersed in lessons of Jesus’ journey as they enter into the Lenten season. Children ages pre-K through 3rd grade will experience God’s love each week in our Godly Play room. Hands-on activities, crafts, and a healthy snack will give children an insight into the Godly Play philosophy. Fourth – 6th graders will also experience the love of God and how to apply it to real world experiences through discussion, skits, and scripture readings. The emphasis on giving will continue, as will the philosophy of “love all as Jesus loves us,” using lessons from the Episcopal curriculum “Weaving God’s Promises.” Sunday school begins at 10:15 am in the large parish hall. Children will worship with their families for Family Worship Service on the First Sundays of the month.
Events in February:
Feb. 2: Scout Sunday and Family Worship Service
Feb 9: Service Sunday
Feb. 14: Parent’s Night Out Valentine’s Fundraiser
Feb 23: Mardi Gras Pancake Supper & Talent Show
February Sunday School lessons:
- February 9: Godly Play: “Parable of the Good Samaritan”
- February 16: Godly Play: “Parable of the Great Pearl”
- February 23: Godly Play: “The Mystery of Easter”
- February 9: Weaving God’s Promises: “Jesus Calls His Disciples”
- February 16: Weaving God’s Promises: “Stories of the Kingdom of Heaven”
- February 23: Weaving God’s Promises: “Scenes from the Ministry of Jesus”
Looking Ahead to March:
Children and youth will read at one of the Stations of the Cross services at 7 pm. More information to come!
Sunday School Registration
If you are new to our Sunday school or haven’t already filled out permission forms for your child, please fill out the forms today! Or you can fill them out when you drop your child off at Sunday School.
Stay tuned to children’s events throughout the year through email, weekly news, and Facebook. Please be sure to put your email address on your child’s registration form so that I can keep in touch with you throughout the Sunday School year! If you have any questions or I could be of service, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Liza Goodner, Children’s Minister