Children’s Ministry Happenings for Week Ending February 4, 2018

Children’s Ministry Happenings for Week Ending February 4, 2018

Good morning Andrew!
Here is what we have going on for Children’s Ministry. We are still working on a transportation route for Wednesdays, so please let me know if a ride would be helpful for your kid. Also, let me know if you have any questions!

Tribe 1 (4th-6th)

Our small group on Wednesday has been AWESOME as we have discussed different approaches understanding the Bible (Is it literally true all the time? some of the time? how do you know?). This discussion will continue this week and probably the rest of their lives 🙂 We also got some fun new Bible highlighters, so try to remember to bring your Bibles so we can put them to use!

For FirstKids Serve, we will be delivering Valentine goodies to the neighbors surrounding the church. Please dress warmly; the forecast says 61 tomorrow, so we should be okay. Still, coats will make our time together more comfortable.

On Sunday mornings, we continue to have our hang out time from 10-10:30 and ukulele practice will start at 10:30. We are a little more self taught at the moment, but we’ll have fun with them regardless.

Tribe 2 (K-3rd)

This Wednesday, we’ll pair up our older group with a younger group as we deliver Valentine’s candy to the neighbors of the church. Please dress warmly; it’s supposed to be nice, but coats would still be good…

For Sundays, our Tribe 2 kids studied how Jesus fed 5,000 people with just 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish last week, and this week, they’ll discover how Jesus walked on water! We have a couple more weeks learning about baptism, with Pastor Andrew doing an activity with the kids on the 11th to help them understand what baptism is like.


Our youngest kids spent January talking about how Jesus loves Children, including Me! and for February, we’ll learn the story of Jairus’s daughter. Just a reminder, too, to please check in your kid and grab a buzzer when you leave them in the nursery. We don’t often have to call in a parent, but when we do, we depend on the buzzers to help.


Valecia Scribner

Director of Discipleship