Wednesdays 6:00-7:00 p.m.
This is a family-centered, Bible story based discipleship experience recommended for families with 4th graders and below, including Pre-K. Families will sit together, learn the story as a large group, then dig into it as a family unit with fun activities, crafts, and thoughtful questions. Don’t worry, we’ll provide everything you need, including an easy to follow guide for Family Group Time. Just bring your lawn chairs or a blanket.
Sundays 6:30-8:00 p.m.
We will meet in the gym, with masks and physical distancing. We start with a hang out time, then large group activities and Bible teaching, followed by small group discussion and prayer. We will follow the same passages as the Family Gathering (just on a deeper level) so split families can discuss at home.
Sunday School meets at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings starting Sept. 12 followed by a time of Fellowship.
Nursery is available in the gym for children 3 and under
Preschool – 6th grade will meet in the west parking lot studying the Jesus Storybook Bible (preschool) & New City Catechism (K-6th)
Youth 7th-12th will meet under the tree on the east lawn.
Please fill out the registration and yearly release below. This form covers all children/youth activities for the the year.
Additional New City Catechism Resources
*Listen to “Songs from The New City Catechism” on Spotify
*Use The New City Catechism for Kids booklet at home.
*Download the NCC mobile app
We will have 2 adult Sunday School classes starting this Sunday at 9:00 a.m. Meet at the picnic tables.
Thera Barber will lead the first on the book of Mark, beginning in Mark 1. All you need is your Bible and possibly a notebook and pen.
Trisha Posey will be leading the second on Receiving the Day (by Dorothy Bass), a look at Christian practices for rest and worship continually welcome us into a way of life attuned to the love of God, neighbor, earth, and self. Books are $10 and can be preordered by registering. Or you can order your own on Kindle or Amazon. If you preregister, we will send out the first chapter via email for this Sunday’s discussion.