Memory Verse: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!” - 2 Corinthians 5:17
Funny Faces! No two pumpkins are shaped alike, and no two jack-o-lanterns look alike. They are all unique, just like us. We were all created unique by the God who loves us.
John 12:20-22 God made us Unique.
Lesson 11/1 Rotten!
The sad thing about jack-o-lanterns is they don’t last. They all rot and decay. Our bodies won’t last forever either, but if the light of Christ is in us, we can go to Heaven and receive a new body.
2 Corinthians 5:1-12 New bodies in Heaven.
What to Expect When You Arrive at Kid’s Discipleship Training Camp
Please arrive by 10:40 for check-in at the Children's Check-In Desk in the Lobby. A Safety team member will give you a parent tag and a name tag for your child.
While all Serve Team Members and other adults in the building must wear a mask, we do not require children under 10 to wear one. If you prefer your child wears a mask, just let a team member know and we will put a sticker on your child’s nametag to indicate your preference.
An announcement in the service will signal the Serve Team to gather and lead the children to the gym. Parents should remain in the service and do not need to follow. If your child has some reservations, please follow us into the lobby where a Serve team member will assist you in the transition.
To checkout your child, please bring your parent tag to the gym and give it to the Serve Team. They will call your children to the door and remove their nametags. Please wait patiently outside the gym door in a line while we release one family at a time.
Please complete this form to grant permission for your child to be photographed and/or videoed during our Christmas Program.
Children's Church at Home
Links are posted on the First Church Children’s Ministry page
The First Church Main Service is located on First Church Facebook page and
uploaded to the First Church YouTube channel.
As you begin having spiritual conversations with your child, we have three simple tips to help you get started. From the “big picture” to practical resources, watch this short 5-minute video for a basic starter kit to begin a spiritual dialogue with your child.