SERVANT KIDS

WELCOME TO SERVANT KIDS!


Servant has a children’s ministry uniquely designed with your child in mind! It meets downstairs with kid-friendly rooms that engage your children at their age level – from birth through 5th grade.


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SINGING IN THE RAIN

Preschool-Kindergarten

Sundays in October

People of all ages experience circumstances that leave us looking for someone who can help—someone who’s got our back and can help carry the load. This month, we want to begin teaching preschoolers that God is the best Someone for the job. No matter what our situation or how uncertain our circumstances may be, we can know that God is with us wherever we go, and God’s got it. This kind of trust in God is what allows us to Sing in the Rain.

Our memory verse this month comes from Joshua 1:9 and says, “God is with you wherever you go.” There’s always a chance of rain in our lives or in the lives of our preschoolers. Many of us have already come through some pretty big rainstorms. Some of us are in them right now. That is why it is our sincere prayer that during this month we and our preschoolers will begin to trust that God’s got it. This kind of trust in God is what will give you and me and our preschoolers the power to sing in the rain—no matter what that rain might be. 


October 25th lesson and activities:

October 18th lesson and activities:

October 11th lesson and activities:

October 4th lesson and activities:

OFFSTAGE: DROP THE ACT

GRADES 1-5

SUNDAYS IN OCTOBER

This month, we will be learning about the connection between integrity and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Integrity is choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do.

Since the very beginning, not only has God has been true to His word but He’s been faithful in His character. Because we know that God is good, we can live life with integrity. When Jesus lived on earth, He lived a perfect life that we are unable to live. Through His Spirit, we can become people of integrity. Who we are in private should match who we are in public. When we trust in God, we can be truthful in whatever we say and do.

Our memory verse this month comes from Proverbs 10:9 and says, “Anyone who lives without blame walks safely. But anyone who takes a crooked path will get caught.” We will discuss how to be truthful with your whole life. Being truthful with God keeps you close to Him. When you’re not truthful, you lost trust. Focus on what’s true.


October 25th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


October 18th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


October 11th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


October 4th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here

Weekly Devotionals

Preschool

(ages 3 - K)

We invite you to spend time daily with your kid(s) expanding on the lesson from Sunday morning using these guided activities. To view the activities, click on the links below.

week 1 - October 4-10

week 2 - October 11-17

week 3 - October 18-24

week 4 - October 25-31

Elementary

(1st-3rd grade)

We invite you to spend time daily with your kid(s) expanding on the lesson from Sunday morning through devotional time. To view the devotionals, click on the links below.

week 1 - October 4-10

week 2 - October 11-17

week 3 - October 18-24

week 4 - October 25-31





preteen

(4th/5th grade)

We invite you to spend time daily with your preteen(s) expanding on the lesson from Sunday morning through devotional time. To view the devotionals, click on the links below.

week 1 - October 4-10

week 2 - October 11-17

week 3 - October 18-24

week 4 - October 25-31





Parent Cue App

Parents, while we do not know how long we will be meeting online, we still want to equip you with the resources that you need to teach your kids about Jesus.


If you haven’t downloaded the Parent Cue App yet, this is the perfect time to do it. This gives you access to the Bible Story Videos and you get activities too. If you have multiple kids, no worries. You can create a profile for each of them so you can receive content that meets them on THEIR level!


Whenever you do the activities, be sure to let us know on our Facebook page. We would love to hear from you and we still want to stay connected!


To download the app--click here

Servant Kids YouTube Channel

Bible story lesson videos, family challenges, and all things kid-related can be found in one spot! Click here to visit our YouTube channel!

Extra Resources

Anxiety Conversation Guide (Preschool)--Click Here

Anxiety Conversation Guide (Elementary)--Click Here

Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic--Click Here


Helping Kids Navigate Anxiety Podcast: On this episode, Sissy Goff, Director of Child and Adolescent Counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries in Nashville, Tennessee, shares tools for leaders helping kids process anxiety. 

Click Here to access the episode.

WHEN IS MINISTRY AVAILABLE FOR SERVANT KIDS?

SUNDAY MORNINGS

Our Sunday programs are fun and full of learning and growing! We meet at 9:30 and 11:00 in The Point. 

(Door open 15 minutes prior to start times). We provide a teaching summary for each class and encourage parents to utilize these tools to discuss their child’s lessons with them during the week. We believe that the family is the primary place of spiritual development and want to equip you with great tools!

STEPS WE ARE TAKING TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF VIRUSES: 

We care about your kids and want to keep them safe. Given the heightened awareness of viruses during this season, we ask that you please partner with us to prevent the spread of illnesses. All volunteers, parents, and children should stay home for 14 days if they have been exposed to a person with the coronavirus, the flu, or any other communicable disease.

 

You may have questions about what we’re doing to ensure our environment is clean and safe for your family. We want to inform you of the steps we take every week to prevent the spread of viruses in our environments. 

 

Temperatures will be taken before entry. Kids will not be admitted to the program with a temperature above 99.9 degrees.

Volunteers follow hand-washing procedures and children are instructed to wash their hands after using the bathroom and before eating. 

Volunteers/workers follow posted safe and sanitary diaper-changing procedures. 

Volunteers and children use hand sanitizer in all classrooms. 

Volunteers disinfect the classrooms and all surfaces after each service. 

Staff remove children from the classroom when they appear to be sick, and parents are contacted to pick them up. 

 

 

 We ask that you not bring your child to church if they exhibit any of the following symptoms: 

 

Fever (must be fever-free for 14 days without medication) 

Vomiting or diarrhea (must be symptom-free for 14 days) 

Common cold

Respiratory infection

Flu

Sore throat or strep throat

Croup

Cloudy or green runny nose

Persistent cough

Body aches

Headache

Chills

Fatigue

Infectious or unexplained rash

Pinkeye or other eye infection (must be on medication a minimum of 24 hours) 

Any childhood disease (e.g., scarlet fever, German measles, mumps, chickenpox) 

 

Thank you for helping us maintain safe environments for children to learn and grow in their faith. 

 

What's Happening?


#ServantSundays... Each Sunday morning, kids gather from 9:30-10:30 for total group time and 10:45-12:00 for small group time (Sunday School). Each month, we explore a new theme and our Bible stories, lessons, games, and activities all center around the theme for that month. If kids come for the whole morning, the lesson and activities will center on the same topic, but the lesson/activities will not repeat themselves; however, if kids come for only total group or small group time, they will not miss the fun games and activities and the point of the lesson. Nursery care is available for ages two and under while preschool and elementary kids (through 5th grade) will experience the Bible lessons in meaningful ways.


Virtual VBS

We had an incredible week of fun at virtual VBS! We are so glad for everyone who joined us as we learned to "focus" on God! 


1. We have a few CD's left of the VBS songs for sale! If you enjoyed the music and want to keep singing the songs all year round, you can purchase a CD for $10. Get them while we still have them!
2. Lesson videos for virtual VBS are available on our YouTube channel (click here). We still have a few supply boxes left. If you or a friend weren't able to attend virtual VBS live and would like to get a box and complete the activities at home, let us know! 

Day 1--Elementary Prayer Activity (click here)
Day 2--Elementary Prayer Activity (click here)
Day 3--Elementary Prayer Activity (click here)
Day 4--Elementary Prayer Activity (click here)


Book and Bible Resources

Are you looking for parenting books or Bibles for your children in their current stage of life? Check out this list for suggestions for different topics, ages, and phases of life. If you would like to see these in person or borrow one to read, visit the Servant Kids office on the south side of the church.


For Bible Resources, click here.

For Book Resources, click here.

Social Media Will Keep You Informed

Follow us on Social Media! We post updates, information, pictures, and more, so don’t miss out! 

Go to @servantkids at: 

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You can also get text alerts. To register, text @servantki to 81010.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

IN SERVANT KIDS

Share Your Faith with Some Awesome Kids! Servant Kids, 3 years through 5th grade, would love for you to join them on Sunday mornings to share your faith and be a witness to them. We have several opportunities to do just that! Do you have 3-6 hours a month to make a difference in a child’s life – a difference that makes an impact for a lifetime? Servant Kids ministry is also searching for adults who are willing to substitute in our Sunday morning program when a leader needs to be gone. This doesn’t happen very often, but when it does, we need someone for an hour during either the 9:30 or 11:00 class times. Express your interest to be volunteer or to ask us questions by filling out this form. Contact Kourtney Aller here or 405-728-4715. The email or phone call is not a life commitment, but it can change a child’s life forever.


VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT

We will be highlighting some of our very special and wonderful volunteers. This will help you get to know them better and also let you know who is leading our children on their spiritual journeys. If you see them around church, give them a hug or a high five for their hard work and dedication to kid’s ministries! Click here to view their profiles and to sign up as a volunteer!

CHECKPOINT SYSTEM

The safety of your children is of utmost importance to us. That is why we use the Checkpoint system to check your children “in and out” when they are in our care. First Time Guests should check in at the Welcome Counter in the children’s area (lower level) where staff members and volunteers will be available to assist new families with checking in their children.

Servant Kids Discipline Policy

When a child spends time in Servant Kids Ministries, it is the heartfelt desire of the staff that these are the best hours of a child’s week. Periodically children are disruptive and even disrespectful to their teachers and peers. The purpose of having a discipline policy is to insure, if a child’s behavior affects the opportunity for them and other children to have a positive learning experience during any Servant Kids Ministry program, that there is a plan in place that benefits everyone.  To view this policy, click here.

Servant Kids Safe & Secure Guidelines

Servant Kids Ministry strives in every way possible to ensure a safe and secure environment for each of the kids in our care.  A policy is in place to be certain this happens. To view this policy, click here

Block Party: Everyone's Invited

GRADES 1-5

SUNDAYS IN September

This month, we will be learning about the connection between friendship and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Friendship is using your words and actions to show others you care.

Jesus showed us the greatest example of love when He laid down His life for His friends. With His words and actions, He showed friendship to everyone He met. We can reflect Jesus’ love best when we treat one another with friendship.

Our memory verse this month comes from Proverbs 17:17 and says, “A friend loves at all times. They are there to help when trouble comes.” We will discuss how you should choose your friends carefully. Friends love one another, encourage one other, and forgive one another.


September 27th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


September 20th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


September 13th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


September 6th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here

Ice Cream Sundae

Preschool-Kindergarten

Sundays in September

We have been reminded over the past several months just how important it is to believe that God has a plan for me. Our world has changed. Everything we had planned changed. Hurt, disappointment, fear, loss, sickness... all of it has left us wondering, what will happen next? And, while we won’t ever truly know what will happen next in any given situation, God does, because God has a plan for you, and God has a plan for me.

This month, we are going to use the super sweet theme of Ice Cream Sundae, along with the life of Joseph, to teach preschoolers that God has a plan for them. When we put all of the parts of Joseph’s story together—just as with an ice cream sundae—it gives us a sweet reminder that we can trust that God has a plan for me, and it is always best. We just have to wait until God is done putting all of the parts together.

Our memory verse this month comes from Jeremiah 29:11 and says, “‘For I know the plans I have for you says the Lord.” Who has a plan for you? God has a plan for me.  Our hope this month is that preschoolers will begin to understand that God loves them, and He has a plan for them—a plan they can trust is always best, no matter what. 


September 27th lesson and activities:

September 20th lesson and activities:

September 13th lesson and activities:

September 6th lesson and activities:

INDESCRIBABLE: YOUR CREATOR HAS NO LIMITS

GRADES 1-5

SUNDAYS IN AUGUST

This month, we will be learning about the connection between creativity and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Creativity is imagining what you could do because you were made in God’s image.

When we look outside and see the beautiful world around us, we’re reminded that God is SO great, powerful, and creative. From the birds flying high in the sky to the planets orbiting the sun to animals scampering around the earth, each one points to God’s indescribable creativity. Jesus used creativity in how He told parables, performed miracles, and helped His followers understand more about what it means to be part of God’s Kingdom. On top of that, we’re created in God’s image. We can solve problems, create art and music, design skyscrapers high into the sky. When we create, we reflect the image of God to the world around us.

Our memory verse this month comes from Psalm 145:3 and says, “Lord, you are great. You are really worthy of praise. No one can completely understand how great you are.” We will discuss how there is no limit to God’s creativity and God created us, so we can be creative. We will learn that God created us for a purpose and also to work with others. God created us to share His story. 


August 30th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


August 23rd lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


August 16th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


August 9th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


August 2nd lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here

Say Cheese!

Preschool-Kindergarten

Sundays in August

I am wonderfully made in God’s image! Do you ever think about yourself like that—that you are wonderfully made in God’s image? We tend to forget about all of the wonder that went into making us as we become grown- ups. Time has a way of dulling our shine. It’s part of the reason why people have to prod us to ‘say cheese’ when they take our picture.

I think if we really, really, really believed that we are wonderfully made in God’s image, no one would ever have to tell us to smile when they pulled out a camera. We would be smiling from ear-to-ear as we lived in the wonder that God made me!

That is what we want for preschoolers. We want them to smile with confidence, because they know God made me.

Our memory verse this month comes from Psalm 139:14 and says, “‘I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” Who made you? God made me.  We are wonderfully made in God’s image. We are so important to God that he sent us Jesus. He made us to help others, and we can talk to him anytime, anywhere, and about anything.


August 30th lesson and activities:

August 23rd lesson and activities:

August 16th lesson and activities:

August 9th lesson and activities:

August 2nd lesson and activities:

Elementary

FOCUS: TAKE A CLOSER LOOK

GRADES 1-5


In June and July, we will be learning about the connection between faith and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. God has always been involved in the world He created. We see His handiwork on display in creation. We see God’s love on display through Jesus, who came to rescue us. We respond to God in faith, believing in what we can’t see because of what we can see. When we focus on what we know to be true about God and the world God created, we can have faith in what we can’t see or fully understand.
Our memory verse for June comes from Hebrews 11:1 and says, “Faith is being sure of what we hope for. It is being sure of what we do not see.”

Our memory verse for July is from Ephesians 2:8 and says, "God's grace has saved you because of your faith in Christ. Your salvation doesn't come from anything you do.

It is God's gift."

In June, we will discuss how you can know Jesus even though you’ve never seen Him. We will talk about how knowing Jesus changes the way you see everything and can help you face your fears. Knowing Jesus changes the way you see others.

In July, we will talk about how Jesus is a gift for everyone and how you can help others know Jesus. We will learn how knowing Jesus changes the way you see your problems and how following Jesus will turn out greater than you can imagine. 


July 26th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


July 19th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


July 12th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


July 5th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


June 28th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


June 21st lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


June 14th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


June 7th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here

Preschool-Kindergarten

I SPY

AGES 3 YEARS THROUGH KINDERGARTEN


June and July are all about what we can spy with our little eyes. Get ready for I Spy! It’s a great theme that not only helps us see the things that help us believe in Jesus, but it also goes right along with our VBS theme, Focus. Get it? Focus. I Spy. It’s all about the eyes.

Whether it’s in our curriculum or VBS, we are helping preschoolers see so they can believe in Jesus. We will have one key question and bottom line for June and July. We don’t think we can say these too much. They are that good. Get ready to ask, “who can believe in Jesus” and respond with, “I can believe in Jesus,” over and over again.

Our memory verse this month comes from John 20:31 and says, “These are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God.” Who can believe in Jesus? I can believe in Jesus! Our hope is that each of your preschoolers will have the truth that they can believe in Jesus with them forever.


July 26th lesson and activities:

July 19th lesson and activities:

July 12th lesson and activities:

July 5th lesson and activities:

June 28th lesson and activities:

June 21st lesson and activities:

June 14th lesson and activities:

June 7th lesson and activities:

  • June Placemat Activity--click here--This printable placemat is designed to sit on the table all month long. These give parents easy access to this month’s bottom line as well as questions to ask each week and hand motions to the Bible verse.
  • Bible story video lesson with Ms. Dayna--click here
  • Parent Sheet--click here


Preschool-Kindergarten

LEMONADE STAND  

AGES 3 YEARS THROUGH KINDERGARTEN

We are using a lemonade stand theme this month to welcome in the warmer days and introduce preschoolers to the amazing truth that God loves me. We want preschoolers to know that God has put a lot of planning and creating and love into each of them. And, just like you can’t separate the water from the sugar from the lemon juice once you mix them, NOTHING can separate us from God’s love.

Throughout the month our preschoolers will hear how the Bible teaches us that God made us in His image, has a plan for us, and will never stop loving us. So, think a lot of love and a little lemon – mix it all together and we will get an entire month of God loves me!

Our memory verse this month comes from Romans 8:39 and says, “‘Nothing at all can ever separate us from God’s love.” Who loves you? God loves me. Our prayer is that every preschooler will walk away knowing that God made them and God loves them. And NOTHING will ever change that!


May 31st lesson and activities:

May 24th lesson and activities:

May 17th lesson and activities:

May 10th lesson and activities:

May 3rd lesson and activities:

  • May Placemat Activity--click here--This printable placemat is designed to sit on the table all month long. These give parents easy access to this month’s bottom line as well as questions to ask each week and hand motions to the Bible verse.
  • Bible story video lesson with Ms. Dayna--click here
  • Parent Sheet--click here

Elementary

UNSTUCK: DON’T GIVE UP
GRADES 1-5

This month, we will be learning about the connection between determination and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Throughout the Bible, we read about all sorts of people who showed determination in the face of hardship and difficulty. They relied on God’s strength to get them through it. Even Jesus Himself endured through the pain of the cross so that we would be able to have a forever relationship with God. When it comes to the situations in our own lives, God gives us the Holy Spirit to empower us to keep going, even when life gets difficult.

Our memory verse this month comes from Galatians 6:9 and says, “Let us not become tired of doing good. At the right time we will gather a crop if we don’t give up.” We will discuss how to keep going even when it seems impossible and how God gives you what you need to keep going. We will talk about how you should keep going even when it gets tough and even when you have questions because God knows the end of the story.


May 31st lesson and activities:

The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


May 24th lesson and activities:

The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Bible Story Lesson Video--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


May 17th lesson and activities:

The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Bible Story Lesson Video--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


May 10th lesson and activities:

The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Bible Story Lesson Video--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


May 3rd lesson and activities:

The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Bible Story Lesson Video--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here

Preschool-Kindergarten

BLOOM  

AGES 3 YEARS THROUGH KINDERGARTEN

Everywhere we look in spring we see green starting to push through the soil and trees heavy with buds getting ready to bloom. Everything just feels so ALIVE! It’s the perfect picture to help teach preschoolers that Jesus is alive! We are sharing with preschoolers the life changing truth that Jesus is alive and He wants to be their friend forever. We are planting seeds that we pray will grow and bloom into a faith that is as alive as Jesus. A love that will love like Jesus. A compassion that will care like Jesus. A life that will give like Jesus.

Our memory verse this month comes from Revelation 1:18 and says, “‘I am alive for ever and ever!” Who is alive? Jesus is alive.  Each time you see a flower bloom, let it be a sweet reminder of the tremendous privilege we have to GO and TELL preschoolers and their families that Jesus is alive.


April 26th lesson and activities:

April 19th lesson and activities:

April 12th (Easter) lesson and activities:

  • Bible story video lesson with Ms. Dayna--click here
  • Parent Sheet--click here 
  • April Placemat Activity--click here--This printable placemat is designed to sit on the table all month long. These give parents easy access to this month’s bottom line as well as questions to ask each week and hand motions to the Bible verse.

April 5th (Palm Sunday) lesson and activities:

Elementary

UPSIDE DOWN: JESUS CHANGES EVERYTHING

GRADES 1-5


This month, we will be learning about the connection between humility and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Humility is putting others first by giving up what you think you deserve.

We live in a me-centered world, where people act as if the world revolves around them. Figuring out how to be humble can be difficult. But we don’t have to figure this out on our own. When Jesus was on earth, He gave us the ultimate example of humility. Jesus is God, and He put that aside for us. Through His life and death, He also showed us how to serve others and put them first.

 

Our memory verse this month comes from Philippians 2:3 and says, “Don’t do anything only to get ahead. Don’t do it because you are proud. Instead, be humble. Value others more than yourselves.” We will discuss how to put others first because Jesus put us first. We will learn that there’s always more to discover about God’s plan.


April 26th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Bible Story Lesson Video--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


April 19th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Bible Story Lesson Video--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


April 12th (Easter) lesson and activities:


The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Bible Story Lesson Video--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


April 5th (Palm Sunday) lesson and activities:


The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here

Parent Sheet (1st-3rd Grade)--click here

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here

Easter Story Video

Happy Easter! 

Here's a quick 4-minute video of the Easter story, good for all ages!

Click Here to enjoy the video!

Preschool-Kindergarten

FOLLOW THE LEADER  

AGES 3 YEARS THROUGH KINDERGARTEN

Following a leader is something preschoolers love and understand. What they need to learn is that throughout life, there will be countless choices of leaders they can follow. We want them to know who the best leader is to follow. And that is Jesus! Jesus is the best leader we can follow! Our memory verse this month comes from Matthew 4:19 and says, “‘Come and follow me,’ Jesus said.” Who can you follow? I can follow Jesus. By the end of this month, when we ask preschoolers, “who can you follow?”, our prayer is that they will answer, “I can follow Jesus.” Why? Because Jesus loves us, and He will always lead us in the best way.   


March 29th lesson and activities:

March 22nd lesson and activities:

March 15th lesson and activities:

  • Bible story video lesson--click here
  • Parent Sheet--click here
  • Placemat activity--click here  
    This printable placemat is designed to sit on the table all month long. These give parents easy access to this month’s bottom line as well as questions to ask each week and hand motions to the Bible verse.

Elementary

DIY: FORGIVENESS IS UP TO YOU

GRADES 1-5

This month, we will be learning about the connection between forgiveness and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Forgiveness is deciding that someone who has wronged you doesn’t have to pay. Throughout the Bible, we can read about the importance of forgiveness. Right from the start, God made a way for Adam and Eve to have a relationship with Him again. The same is true for us. No matter how much we mess up, God will always make a way to forgive us. When it comes to forgiveness, we can also look to Jesus, who chose to forgive even those who were crucifying Him. Because of God’s amazing forgiveness, we should work hard to forgive others. Our memory verse this month comes from Colossians 3:13 and says, “Put up with one another. Forgive one another if you are holding something against someone. Forgive, just as the Lord forgave you.” We will discuss how we forgive others because God forgives us and how, when you forgive others, it can change them. We will learn about taking the first step to forgive others and how everyone needs to be forgiven.


March 29th lesson and activities:
The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here
Parent Sheet--click here


March 22nd lesson and activities:
The So & So Show with Ms. Jessica--click here
Parent Sheet--click here

Bible Story Video--click here


March 15th lesson and activities:

Bible Story Video--click here

Parent Sheet--click here

    The So & So Show Video--click here