Online Children’s Church
Until we can meet together again, we’ll have an online video lesson for preschoolers and elementary age children each Sunday.
Our preschool lesson will premiere at 9:00 a.m. and our elementary lesson will premiere at 9:30 a.m. each Sunday on this page and on Facebook! In between Sundays, you’ll be able to find the most recent lessons right here. You can find all our past lessons on our YouTube page.
Right On Time Week 2: October 18, 2020
In this series, kids will learn from the life of Joseph and see what God requires of us as we walk with Him every day. Kids will learn all about Micah 6:8 and discover that they can love God by acting justly, showing mercy, being humble, and obeying Him!
Preschoolers will interact with Clara Cuckoo, who will take them around her special clock to sing songs, play games, and hear Bible stories that will help them know how to love being kind to others.
Elementary kids will meet Cam and Ryan who will do crazy things to help kids understand how God wants all the people He made to be treated right and fair at all times! They’ll worship, play games, and hear stories from people just like all of us who relied on God to do the right thing even when it was hard.
We held our VBS completely online this year! We had so much fun together learning about God! One awesome thing about online VBS is that you can participate from home anytime. If you’d like to do our online VBS, just hit the button below and get started now!
Beyond our worship experiences, we have some additional resources that might help you as you and your child(ren) deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sissy Goff, Director of Child and Adolescent Counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries in Nashville, Tennessee, joins hosts Mike, Gina, and Kellen to share tools for helping kids process anxiety.
If you’re struggling with how to manage your family’s increasing anxiety about the current public health crisis, you’re not alone. Check out this article for help navigating this difficult time.
Whether it’s bad weather, sleeping away from home, or test-taking, it’s very common for elementary schoolers to experience varying levels of anxiety. Download this guide to help you talk to your elementary schooler about his or her anxiety.