Wednesday evening activites are available for all ages while school is in session (August-May). Fellowship begins with dinner for everyone at 5:30 in the fellowship Hall. With a $12 family max this is a cheap and easy way to get to church AND have the family fed! Classes begin at 6:15. This fall children will be taking a look at how they can Know, Grow, and Show Christ-like character in their lives. Children sing, play, create, and learn every Wednesday night; they won’t want to miss it.
We will be studying The Ten Commandments during the month of September. We will learn that the commandments show us how to live with God and with each other and how to remain faithful to Him. We are to worship the one true God. We are to not take the Lord’s name in vain. We are to remember the Sabbath Day and keep it holy. We are to honor our father and mother. We are then told not do several things including killing, stealing or coveting. As we learn about The Ten Commandments, we can sum up all ten with the two greatest commandments: Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind; and love your neighbor as yourself. We are all broken people, and we need God to help us every day. We belong to the Lord, and He will help us keep His commandments as we worship Him. He will also forgive us when we fall short of His commandments.
Follow The Leader: This ministry is for our children in Kindergarten – 5th grade. While the format is similar to Sunday mornings, there is more time to move around, so we cover a different theme every week. Wednesday Nights are dedicated to themes that help the children grow as disciples of Christ.
Music Time: Children spend time learning songs with Mr. J – our music man.
Games: We realize that the kids are tired of sitting all day in class, so we have a little bit of “recess” time for them to get out and play!
Movies: Currently, we are using “Recess” cartoons to introduce each weeks lesson. They are a great transition from game time to lesson time and have amazing lessons in them!
Lesson Time: Once again, this is the tradition classroom setting where the student’s hear the teacher explain the lesson for the evening and discover what God’s Word has to say about the evening’s theme.
Crafts: Kids love this time to create memories of each lesson as they make something for their room or their home. Some of the projects are worked on for weeks, others are done in one night. All of them are priceless!