The Story of the Easter Eggs – April 19, 2020
Parents, please contact your teachers for information about an online circle for work and feast on Sunday morning.
This week all children will spend their time working on the Lego Luther Rose and other projects, and will finish with a feast. Anyone who is curious about the Godly Play feast is welcome to join us at 9:45 a.m. in room 212. Our goal is still to finish one row each week in the giant Lego Luther Rose.
Stop by the Crafts Workshop!
A local church was just about to begin a Godly Play program when Harvey totally destroyed their building and all their Godly Play items. They are determined to begin in the fall in their temporary quarters. We are helping to make lesson materials for them, so all who can help paint items, cut felt, nail and glue wood, etc. are invited to stop by our “shop” in room 212 at 9:45 on Sundays. It would be helpful to contact Marie Monroe at to schedule the larger projects.
Pastor Liebster will hold a communion class for young children from age 3 with parents on Sunday April 6 at 9:50 a.m. in the second floor children’s library. Holy Communion will be explained and experienced in age appropriate ways. The class will include demonstration of grains and sharing of bread and grapes. All children are invited, those already communing and those preparing for their first communion.
Wednesday Night Alive! Dinner will be served starting at 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Infants (0-1 yr.): Infant Music Explorers with parents
Toddlers (2-3 yrs.): Jr. Music Explorers with parents
Preschool: Music Explorers with parents; Godly Play
Kindergarten – Grade 2: Junior Choristers; World Explorers; Godly Play
Grades 3-6: Choristers; Kids Club (grades 4-6); World Explorers; Godly Play
Grade 7-12: Confirmation Class, homework, volunteering in children’s programs, nursery, kitchen, chorus or church choir
For Adults and Youth
Music: Brass Choir, Choir, Chorus
Study: Making Sense of the Christian Faith, Pastor Moore
Early Church History, Kristine Wallace
Writing: Writing Life Stories, Anna Fay Williams
Volunteers are always welcome as greeters, chefs and sous chefs; and to help serve and clean in the kitchen.
All children up to sixth grade will be registered for a fee of $30 per child per semester and a $60 cap per family per semester. The Music Explorers classes (infants through preschool) carry an additional fee of $25 per child per semester with a $50 cap per family per semester.