WELCOME TO A NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL YEAR

Nursery: Children up to 3 years will experience a safe and fun environment in the Nursery (Upstairs) learning about God’s love and Jesus’ care for all people!

4-6 year olds will learn together in their own room downstairs. We will kick things off learning about God who is the creator of all things and loves all people.

First through Sixth graders will meet in the downstairs youth lounge. Their program is called Loving God, Loving Neighbor, and is a One Room School House design where children through 6th grade will learn in age appropriate ways!  This engaging curriculum not only helps the children know God’s personal love but also emphasizes our Christian responsibility to care for others.

Teachers will be parents and other members taking turns teaching our children. And we still need people to volunteer.

The first Sunday of each month will find the children in worship for communion and a worship experience that will include them at every level (don’t worry adults, this will include you at every level as well.) On these Sundays, worship will take on an engaging style of worship that will make all of us feel like God’s precious children called by God to make a difference in the world!

Coats for Kids: Our Sunday School missions project until Christmas will be collecting new hats, new gloves, and used coats in great shape for children in Monmouth County.

Plumpy Nut Weekly Offering: For our children’s weekly offerings, children are asked that they bring 50 cents each week to put in the Plumpy Nut jar located in the sanctuary. Each 50 cents goes to purchase a full day’s supply of food for a child in a third world country.

Toddler & Baby Tea Time:  Wednesdays 9-11 am.  Free weekly even open to all parents.  Hosted by Allison Devereux and Shannon Nish.  Follow the Church on Facebook for updates.

Afterschool Kids’ Breakfast Club: 4 year olds and up:  Cereal anybody? Tell me, is there anything better than cereal for an after-school snack? I don’t think so: cheerios, coco pebbles, frosted flakes… and who knew that each of these cereals have fun ways to help us walk with Jesus as his disciples.  Join me on Tuesday afternoon right after school on October 8th for fun and games and more fun and more games and… CEREAL!!!

Please Pray that God blesses our children and youth ministries, young families and community! And ask God, “God, how can I help?”

Love In Christ!!!    P. Lou