As we stream our church services online, we wanted to provide you with resources that you can use to worship with your kids at home. We are currently holding Virtual Sunday School meetings for your children via Zoom, and we'll continue to send out their weekly lessons so that you can help them stay connected to what they've learned throughout the week!
HOW DO WE WORSHIP AT HOME? Family worship is as simple as gathering your family to:
1. READ 2. SING 3. PRAY
Read. Go through the Bible passage together as a family. Play the lesson video (links below). Ask your kids appropriate level follow up questions. Sing. Sing the selected worship songs provided for your children below, or any praise song your family enjoys to sing to Jesus!
Pray. Share prayer requests and pray together. You can read, sing, and pray in ANY ORDER. Just keep it short and fun!
Below is additional video that Teacher Christine has prepared for your child this month! You can use it to supplement your child's Sunday School lessons for the unit -
Matthew 28:19-20 Discussion: (pick the questions that work for your kids) 1. What were the believers in the church doing while Peter was in prison? (Praying for God to help Peter)
2. Did God hear and answer their prayers? (Yes!)
3. Who woke Peter and led him out of the prison gates? (An angel)
4. What did Rhoda do when she heard Peter’s voice at the door? (She was so happy she ran back inside without letting Peter in.)
5. What is our mission as Christians? (Our mission is to make followers of Jesus from every nation by the power of the Holy Spirit.)
Monthly Memory Verse and Question Memory Verse: Matthew 28:19-20 "Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
Big Picture Question: What is our mission as Christians? Our mission is to make disciples of all nations by the power of the Holy Spirit.
For questions, concerns, or to get connected, please contact Children's Minister Ms. Valerie.