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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WHEN IS MINISTRY AVAILABLE FOR SERVANT KIDS?

SERVANT KIDS IS OPEN!

Kid's Ministry is meeting in person at 9:30 and 11:00 each Sunday morning. Grades 1-5 will meet in The Point Student Center on the south side of the church. Check-in stations are located at the entrance to The Point and parents will need to be present to check-in their kids and get name tags and parent security tags. Temperatures will also be taken during check-in. The kids need to bring a mask with them to wear, but they will have opportunities once we are socially distanced from others to take a mask break to get some fresh air. We will have a lesson, games, and a craft activity. All will be conducted with safety and social distance in mind. You can check out your kids after the worship service by bringing your parent sticker.

 

Preschool, Kindergarten, and nursery aged kids will meet downstairs for check-in and for their activities. 

For those younger kids, temperatures will also be taken but masks are optional.


We provide a teaching summary for each week, and we encourage parents to utilize the tools that correlate with the lessons (found on this page) 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!

Information for Parents

At Church of the Servant, we want to provide parents with the information they need to ensure their children are safe, secure, and have a positive experience during any Servant Kids Ministry program It is the heartfelt desire of the staff that these are the best hours of a child’s week and parents can be confident that there is a plan in place to address discipline, safety, and security that benefits everyone.  In the links below, you’ll find all the information you need to ensure the best worship and learning experience for your kids.  


Servant Kids Discipline Policy

Servant Kids Safe & Secure Guidelines

Preventing the Spread of Viruses

Checkpoint System

Servant Kids Upcoming Events

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OUT OF THIS WORLD

Preschool-Kindergarten

Sundays in January

This month is going to be Out of This World! We are going to use this fun and exciting theme to help teach preschoolers about the most amazing thing ever, which turns out isn’t a thing at all. No! He’s a person! You know who I’m talking about – Jesus! We are teaching preschoolers that Jesus is amazing! And, we’re doing it by sharing stories about some of Jesus’ amazing miracles.

Jesus displayed an amazing understanding of God when He was at the temple as just a young boy. The people who heard Him were amazed! Jesus calmed a storm with just a word. Amazing! Jesus filled fishermen’s nets with fish. Amazing! Jesus healed a blind man with mud and spit. Amazing!

This world, well this universe, is filled with amazing things, but nothing will ever be more amazing than the One who created it all. Jesus is amazing, and we want our preschoolers to know it!

Our memory verse this month comes from Luke 2:47 and says, “Everyone who heard him was amazed.” We will learn that Jesus’ teaching, healing, power, and miracles are amazing.

Who is amazing? Jesus is amazing!


January 24th lesson and activities:

January 17th lesson and activities:

January 10th lesson and activities:

January 3rd lesson and activities:

RULES FOR LIFE: PLAY WELL. FINISH STRONG.

Grades 1-5

Sundays in January

This month, we will be learning about the connection between RESPONSIBILITY and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Responsibility is showing you can be trusted with what is expected from you.

The psalmist wrote, The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, (NIrV). God is the author of creation, and God has entrusted us to care for and cultivate it. We do that by taking responsibility. From the work we need to accomplish to people we meet to the words we use; life is filled with moments where we can decide to reflect God’s character, take responsibility, and use what we have wisely. When we follow through and do what needs to be done, we can point others to Jesus, the One who took the ultimate responsibility for us and made it possible for us to be with God forever.

Our memory verse this month comes from Luke 16:10a and says, “Suppose you can be trusted with something very little. Then you can also be trusted with something very large.” We will discuss how you are supposed to love God and love others, as the Greatest Commandment tells us to do. We will learn about working hard, sharing what we have, making the most of what we’ve been given, and using our words wisely.


January 24th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

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

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


January 17th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

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

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


January 10th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

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

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


January 3rd lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

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

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


CHRISTMAS COOKIES

Preschool-Kindergarten

Sundays in December

Merry Christmas! We are going to have an incredibly sweet month as we combine the Christmas story with Christmas cookies! It is going to be so much fun!

While cookie cutters, decorations, and excitement will fill this entire month, the focus will be Jesus — specifically, Jesus is God’s Son. We want every preschooler to know that what we are celebrating this time of year is the wonderful truth that God loved the world so much that He gave us His only Son, Jesus.

 

Our memory verse this month comes from Psalm John 3:16 and says, “God loved the world so much that he gave his only son.” We pray that we will all enter this month with the same wonder the shepherds had as they heard the good news for the very first time—a wonder that will inspire us all to go and tell everyone, everywhere that Jesus is God’s Son.


Why is Jesus special? Jesus is God’s son!


December 27th lesson and activities:

December 20th lesson and activities:

December 13th lesson and activities:

December 6th lesson and activities:

SIMPLY CHRISTMAS: NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED

Grades 1-5

Sundays in December

This month, we will be learning about the connection between CHRISTMAS and God’s character, as shown through God’s big story. Christmas is celebrating Jesus, God’s greatest gift.

Christmas can be filled with all sorts of emotions. Some people easily experience the joy of the season. Some rest in the hope that God is making all things new. But others struggle to find peace due to life’s circumstances. With all that’s going on this time of year, we thought it’d be great to go back to the basics and simply celebrate Christmas.

The truth is Jesus is best gift God ever gave. Jesus was proof that God loves us and we can trust God no matter what. Because of Jesus, it’s possible for us to have a relationship with God that will last forever. As we remember the Christmas story, we take time to celebrate the greatest gift the world has ever known and rediscover, joy and hope and peace as we rest in the unconditional love of God.

Our memory verse this month comes from Luke 2:11 and says, “Today in the town of David a savior has been born to you. He is the Messiah, the Lord.” We will discuss how you can have hope because God keeps his promises, and you can have joy because God has a plan for you. God loved us so much that He gave us a Savior, and God’s peace is for everyone.


December 27th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

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

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


December 20th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

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

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


December 13th lesson and activities:


The So & So Show--click here

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

Parent Sheet (Servant 45)--click here


December 6th 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 - December 6-12

week 2 - December 13-19

week 3 - December 20-26

week 4 - Dec. 27-Jan. 2


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 - December 6-12

week 2 - December 13-19

week 3 - December 20-26

week 4 - Dec. 27-Jan. 2




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 - December 6-12

week 2 - December 13-19

week 3 - December 20-26

week 4 - Dec. 27-Jan. 2




Previous Lessons & Activities

Preschool - Kindergarten

Sundays in 2021

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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.

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.

 

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!

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.