Jun 102016
 

Thank you so much for joining us tonight for our World Adventure Games celebration! It was great having so many families come out and play games, make crafts, and spend time together at the end of a great week.  We hope you are looking forward to some much needed rest, and will see you in 365 days for…KIDS CLUB 2017!

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Jun 092016
 

Welcome to Kids Club 2016! Each night we’ll give you a sneak peek into all the great things that happen.  For additional photos and Kids Club information visit the Crossing Kids Facebook page.

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We are thrilled that your child joined us for Tuesday night of Kids Club!  Here is a glimpse into our great night!

During Large Group the Bones Brothers competed in their final challenge, and after a lot of hard work there was a tie! After a tie breaker the Bones Brothers ended up winning because of their “brotastic brocabulary” skills.  Cheetah got a taste of her own medicine, but after some thought she had a change of heart.  In the end Cheetah became an honorary Bro, and even got her own Bro shirt! Click here to watch the full length auditorium time!

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At Bible Story, we reviewed the three promises God gave Abraham for the list time. We learned the story of God asking Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac and examine how this story ultimately points to the greatest sacrifice of all–Jesus dying on the cross. Through this ultimate sacrifice, all those who believe in Jesus receive the greatest blessing of all.  We ended our time in Bible Story by taking closer look at why Jesus is the greatest reward of all.

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Tonight’s Bible Story Connection: Genesis 22-23, Galatians 3:8-9 and 14, Romans 4:23-25

Questions of the Night

  • What three things did God promise Abraham? (God promised Abraham and his family a promised land, to become a great nation, and that through him all people on earth will be blessed.)
  • Why is Jesus our great reward?
    • Short answer: All of God’s promises come true in Jesus.
    • Expanded answer: For those who trust in Jesus, he gives us more blessings than we can count, including: 1) a forever home with him in “the new heavens and new earth”, 2) a place in God’s forever family, and 3) salvation from our sin and new life in relationship with Him forever.)
  • Practice the memory verse together: Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.” – Hebrews 10:23 (ESV)

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Pre-School Craft: Explorer notebook
Elementary Craft: Visors
Pre-School Game: Asian Games
Elementary Game: K-1st—Storm the Jungle, 2nd-3rd—Gorillas in the Dark, 4th-5th—Obstacle Course

Tonight in auditorium time our Elementary cheer winners were announced, and the Explorer Notebooks made in Preschool Crafts were a hit!  More fun was had during crafts, and dinner, and it’s guaranteed that 100% of kids and volunteers were a little tired from such a wonderful week.

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Be sure to join us tomorrow night at 5:30 for our World Adventure Games.  Families will celebrate the end of Kids Club together, and get the chance to take photos with our skit characters from the week.  We have some fun crafts and games in store, and you’ll even have the chance to see some exotic animals! Food trucks will be on site so everyone can purchase dinner, or you can bring something from home.  We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow!

 

Jun 082016
 

Welcome to Kids Club 2016! Each night we’ll give you a sneak peek into all the great things that happen.  For additional photos and Kids Club information visit the Crossing Kids Facebook page.

We are thrilled that your child joined us for Tuesday night of Kids Club!  Here is a glimpse into our great night!

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After riding in on camels the Bones Brothers once again lost the nightly competition to Cheetah, but they still got the third piece of the Stone of Ur.  After announcing the “lucky” 5th grader who had to get slimed the Bones Brothers took one for the team and joined her. Even though they had to be wheeled out of the auditorium tonight, the Bones Brothers can’t wait to be back tomorrow for the final challenge! Rewatch tonight’s auditorium time here!

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At Bible Story, we looked closer at the second promise God gave Abraham, the promise of many children/a great nation. We heard the story of Isaac’s miraculous birth, and were reminded that God is faithful.  The best part of Bible Story was learning that all who trust in Jesus belong to Abraham’s family and are part of this great nation (Galatians 3:7, 29; Romans 4:13-25, Revelation 7:9-11.)

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Tonight’s Bible Story Connection: Genesis 15-21

Questions of the Night

  • What three things did God promise Abraham? (God promised Abraham and his family a promised land, to become a great nation, and that through him all people on earth will be blessed.)
  • Who is part of Abraham’s family today? (All who trust in Jesus as their Savior are part of God’s special family.)
  • Practice the memory verse together: Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.” – Hebrews 10:23 (ESV)

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Pre-School Craft: Service Project for partners in Kenya, Africa (decorating bags)
Elementary Craft: Service Project for partners in Kenya, Africa (decorating bags)

Pre-School Game: African Safari Animal Games
Elementary Game: K-1st—Jungle Jam (Obstacle Course) 2nd-3rd—Rhino Run 4th-5th—Paper Mache Leader

Tonight our Elementary teams competed in the Team Cheer Competition, and we look forward to hearing who won during auditorium time tomorrow night.

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Service Project

Completing a service project for our friends in Kenya, Africa gave us a a better idea of what having the heart of a servant looks like.  The bags that were decorated will be going to children who attend our partner school, Pistis, in Kenya, and to the Racefield School.  We are excited to join with others around The Crossing as we continue partnering with ministries in Kenya.

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See you tomorrow night!

Jun 072016
 

Welcome to Kids Club 2016! Each night we’ll give you a sneak peek into all the great things that happen.  For additional photos and Kids Club information visit the Crossing Kids Facebook page.

We are thrilled that your child joined us for Tuesday night of Kids Club!  Here is a glimpse into our great night!

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Tonight we were in Australia, where we learn more about this content from The Bone’s Brother’s dad, “Aussie”.

Kids Club 2016 Message from Dad from The Crossing on Vimeo.

Sadly, the Bones Brothers lost again in their arch enemy Cheetah Chochotta’s nightly competition. But, they were able to recover the second missing piece of The Stone of Ur by completing the challenge of removing snakes and finding the ancient Jade Snake key! Once the Jade Snake was in place on the ruins, the Stone of Ur piece was revealed.

However, one 5th Grader still had to undergo Cheetah’s Rotten Fab-O-Matic treatment as a consequence for losing the game. The Bones Brothers have to win tomorrow night, or it looks like Cheetah will be running the show on Friday night and that will not be a pretty thing! Click here to watch the full length video of Large Group!

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At Bible Story, we reviewed the three promises God gave Abraham, but tonight we looked closer at the first promise, a Promised Land. We learned that this promise is ultimately fulfilled through Jesus in the New Heavens and the New Earth for all who believe.

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Tonight’s Bible Story Connection: Genesis 12, 15, Galatians 3, Hebrews 11, and Revelation 21

Questions of the Night

    • What three things did God promise Abraham? (God promised Abraham and his family a promised land, to become a great nation, and that through him all people on earth will be blessed.)
    • What is our promised land? Describe it.
      • Short answer: Those who trust in Jesus will live forever with him in the new heavens and the new earth.
      • Expanded answer: When Jesus returns he will make all things new and redeem everything that is broken about our world. God will live with his people there and there will be no more tears, sickness, pain, or dying.  It will be beautiful in ways that are beyond even our best imaginations.
  • Practice the memory verse together: Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.” – Hebrews 10:23 (ESV)

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Pre-School Craft: Compass Necklace
Elementary Craft: Journals and Bookmark
Pre-School Game: Australian Animal Games and Rugby Practice
Elementary Game: K-1st—Safari, 2nd-3rd—Crocodile Rodeo, 4th-5th—Ankle Balloon Pop and Air Raid

Tonight’s games provided plenty of fun, and it was great continuing to discover more about the greatest reward. We are looking forward to tomorrow!

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Jun 062016
 

Welcome to Kids Club 2016! Each night we’ll give you a sneak peek into all the great things that happen.  For additional photos and Kids Club information visit the Crossing Kids Facebook page.

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We hope your child had as much fun as we did Monday night at Kids Club.  Here is a sneak peek into what we did.

Kids Club 2016 – Bones Brothers Origin Story from The Crossing on Vimeo.

Official World Adventurers, Tennessee and Ohio Bones, arrived at Kids Club to train the Junior World Adventurers and to search for the missing Stone of Ur piece in South America. However, their arch enemy Cheetah Chochotta shows up with the intent to steal the Stone of Ur for herself and belittle the bros by the end of the week.

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Cheetah issued the Bones Brothers a nightly competition: Whoever completes a challenge and recovers the artifact first wins. But, if they lose, a 5th grader must undergo her Rotten Fab-O-Matic Beauty Treatment (aka slime!). The winner of the most nightly competitions will become the Master of Ceremonies at Friday Night’s World Adventure Games and decide what the kids will do that night. Of course, if Cheetah is in charge, she has some rotten plans for the kids!

During a South American Strange Food Trivia Quiz, the Bones Brothers ended up losing to Cheetah. Although the artifact piece is recovered, a brave 5th grader was given the “beauty treatment”. The Bones Brothers vowed to take tonight’s artifact to Base Camp and to return tomorrow night to find the next piece and beat their enemy at her own game.  Click here to watch auditorium time from tonight!2016_0606_TC_KC_101 2016_0606_TC_KC_112 2016_0606_TC_KC_106 2016_0606_TC_KC_113 2016_0606_TC_KC_1022016_0606_TC_KC_105

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At Bible Story, we began a mission to decode the secret message of Ur. We also learned what a promise is, and examined the three important promises God gave Abraham–Promised Land, Many Children/to become a Great Nation, and that all the nations would be blessed through him.  We started to learn more about the big idea for this week: God always keeps his promises. They come true through Jesus, our great reward.

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Tonight’s Bible Story Connection: Genesis 12, 15, Galatians 3, Hebrews 11, and Revelation 21

Questions of the Night

  • What is a promise? (A promise is when you say you will do or not do something.)
  • What three things did God promise Abraham? (God promised Abraham and his family a promised land, to become a great nation, and that through him all people on earth will be blessed.)
  • Practice the memory verse together: Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.” – Hebrews 10:23 (ESV)

In addition to Bible Story, kids also made crafts and played some exciting games!

Pre-School Craft: Canvas Hats
Elementary Craft: Walking Sticks
Pre-School Game: South American Amazon games
Elementary Game: K-1st—Critter Round Up 2nd-3rd—Snake Wranglers, 4th-5th—Crab Soccer

As you can see from the pictures below, there was also plenty of time for laughter, food, friendship, serving, dancing, worship, and fun. We can’t wait to see you tomorrow.

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Jun 052016
 

 

08-12 Crossing Fall Fest WEB 476px x 261px 72piWelcome to Kids Club 2016! This year kids, also known as Jr. World Adventurers, are going on an amazing race around the world in search of a great reward.  Each night they will head to a different continent to complete part of their adventure training and to learn about our greatest reward of all.

What can your child expect?

Each night Preschool-5th graders will have three different rotations: Crafts, Bible Story, and Games.  Kids will be with the same kids and leaders each night, and be introduced to hilarious skit characters who they will be talking about for weeks to come!

Partnering with Families

To help you follow up with your child each night you can use the information below, and check out our nightly blog posts, in addition to checking out our Facebook page for songs, photos, videos, and more!  Preschool-2nd graders will also be sent home with an “Ask Me” sticker which will provide you with one question to ask your child on the way home.  Please know that our staff and interns have been, and will be praying for your family this week as everyone begins to discover our greatest reward!

Bible Story Big IdeaGod always keeps his promises.  They come true through Jesus, our great reward.

Scripture: Genesis 11-23

Supporting Scripture: Galatians 3, Romans 4, Hebrews 11, Revelation 7:9, 21

Memory Verse: “Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.” – Hebrews 10:23 (ESV)

Bible Story OverviewDuring our week together, children will learn how God uses Abraham and his decedents to carry out his plan of redemption.  Children will study God’s covenant promise to Abraham (Promised Land, to become a great nation, and that through him all peoples of the earth will be blessed.)  Each of these promises are fulfilled in Jesus and are given to those who trust Him as their Savior.

Objectives

  1. God is always faithful to keep his promises.
  2. God made three big promises to Abraham and his descendants (promised land, great nation, through him all people of the earth will be blessed.)
  3. For those who trust in Him, all these promises come true through Jesus, our great reward.
  4. Like Abraham and Sarah, we can trust God more than our eyes can see.
Jun 052016
 

Welcome to Crossing Kids! This summer our Early Childhood friends will be learning about creation, and our Elementary friends will take an in depth look at the Apostles’ Creed and what it means for us as believers.  Each week we’ll post lesson summaries, activity descriptions, and more!

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Early Childhood (Toddlers and Preschool)

Basic Truth: God made me.

Key Question: Who made the world?

Bottom Line: God made the world.

Toddler Green and Preschool Memory Verse: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1

Toddler Blue Memory Verse: “God created the heavens and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1)

 

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June 5-26th

Bible Story Focus: Creation Days 1-4 Genesis 1:1-19

Lesson Overview:

In this lesson children will learn about what God made the first four days of creation. Children will understand that only God can make something out of nothing, He is all-powerful. Children will also know that God made good things, in fact the world God created was perfect.

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June 5th and 12th

Bible Story Focus: Creation–Day 1: Light and Dark, Day 2: Sky and Water • Genesis 1:1-8

Lesson Overview: In this lesson children will learn about God creating the light and darkness and the sky and water. Children will understand that this is something people cannot do, only God. Throughout the summer children will learn that God made the whole world and everything in it.

Activities

June 5: Children will do a light and dark freeze dance.

June 12: Children will do a parachute cloud toss.

Circle Time Question:

June 5: Have you ever been somewhere really, really dark? How did you feel?

June 12: Where are some places we can find water? (The ocean, lakes, our sink, in bottles at the store…)

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Bible Story Focus: Creation Introduction | Genesis 1:1-5

Lesson Overview: In this lesson children will explore the idea of the “beginning.” Unlike other stories where the “beginning” is just a jumping off point, the beginning of the creation story is truly the start of it all. Children will hear that God existed before anything else because God is the creator of everything we know. Throughout the summer children will learn about God creating the whole world and everything in it.

Activities: Children at 8:00 and 11:00 will read the creation story from a children’s Bible. Then they will paint a memory verse coloring sheet with watercolors. At 9:30 children will pull different objects out of a box and talk about how they were made by God. Then they will color a memory verse coloring sheet.

Circle Time Question: Tell me about a time you made something. What did you do?

I Wonder Questions:

I Wonder… Can we trust the Bible? Yes! The Bible is God’s word, so we can trust it is true.

I Wonder… What was there before God made the world? There was nothing before God made the world, only God.

I Wonder… Can we make something out of nothing? No! Only God can make something out of nothing.

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Elementary: Kindergarten-5th Grade

SUMMER OVERVIEW

This summer, Elementary Crossing Kids will take a closer look at The Apostles’ Creed.  The Apostles’ Creed is the oldest, most widely used Christian creed in the world with its earliest versions dating back over 1,600 years ago.  For centuries, parents and pastors have taught the Apostles’ Creed as “Christianity 101” to their children.  The Creed states in simple, scriptural language the essential facts of our faith, from creation of the world to the coming of Christ and the eternal life promised to all who believe.  Historically the creed has been used to correct error by reminding people of what’s true about the God of the Bible.  These words not only shape and affirm what we believe but also connect us to other Christians who have spoken these words throughout the centuries.

Sunday, June 5th Lesson Summary

Children will learn that a creed is a brief statement about what Christians believe.  It comes from the Latin word “Creedo” which means, “I believe.” They will learn that The Apostle’s Creed wasn’t written by the Apostles, but by church leaders who came after them who wanted to help remind people what was important to remember and believe about Christianity. Over the years, this creed has been used to fight against heresy, or untrue beliefs about who God is.  It has been used to do this by many church leaders throughout history, including a man named Augustine.  After this brief history lesson, children will watch a Torchlighters video about Augustine.

Classroom Activity

Children will play the game “telephone” to learn what happens when a message is distorted as it’s passed around.  After large group they’ll work on an activity pack that helps them remember some of the important things they learned about Augustine.

Follow Up Questions

  1. What was the name given to the special people that Jesus sent to lead the church and tell others about Him? (Apostles)
  2. What is a creed? (A creed is a brief statement about what Christians believe. It comes from the Latin word “Creedo” which means, “I believe.”
  3. Who wrote the Apostle’s Creed? Why did they write it? (The creed wasn’t written by the Apostles, but by church leaders who came after them who wanted to help people know what was important to remember and believe about Christianity.)

Sermon Resources for Volunteers & Parents

June 5 & 12 – I Believe In

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We are excited to have your incoming Kindergartener join us in the Elementary classrooms beginning Sunday, June 5th! We know it’ll be the start of what might be a busy week and want to help your child transition go well.  Over the next few days we’ll publish four posts to help you guide your child as he or she begins this new phase. We’ll be answering questions your child might have about classrooms, lessons, and teachers. We’ll also include plenty of photos for you to show your child.

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This is a photo of me with my Crossing Kids interns. You’ll see Megann and Brittany around this summer, and meet Jennifer and Ashley in August. (Left to Right: Jennifer, Abby (me), Megann, Ashley, Brittany)

 

Friday, June 3, 2016

Dear Kindergartener,

My name is Abby and I’m the Elementary Director for Crossing Kids.  That’s just a fancy way of saying that I get to work with Elementary kids and volunteers each week.  I am so excited that you will be joining us in Kindergarten starting this Sunday, June 5th! I know that moving classrooms and going to Kindergarten can be a little scary, but I think you’ll love it! You’ll stay with the same group of kids you’ve been with, but you will move classrooms and meet new volunteers. Your new classroom will be downstairs, so be sure to ask your parents if you can go down the slide instead of taking the stairs!

You’ll meet all sorts of people who can help you when you are downstairs.  In your classrooms you’ll have team leaders who will be in your class most weeks.  There will also be other volunteers who want to play with you and teach you more about God.  If you are ever sick, hurt, or really upset your leaders can come get me and I’ll be happy to help you.

You might be wondering, is Kindergarten like Preschool? And the answer is, yes! Just like in your preschool rooms you’ll have toys to play with, snacks to eat, go to Large Group, make crafts, and play games.  Because you are growing up some things will be different. This summer we’ll teach you some sign language to help you learn more about God, and lots of other things too!  In Kindergarten Large Group looks a little different, but you’ll get to know the large group teachers throughout the summer.  And do you know what? You’ll still get to see some of your Large Group friends! That’s right! You’ll get to see Candace, Courtney, and Kristin throughout the next few weeks!

Here is the classroom routine for this summer:

  • Welcome and free-play
  • Worship, Lesson and Discussion in the Large Group room (you get to sit on huge blankets!)
  • Activity in the classroom
  • Snack, free-play, and check-out

I am looking forward to seeing you on Sunday! Kindergarten will be a wonderful time, and I will be praying that you continue learning more about God, and learn to love him more too.  See you in a few days!

Sincerely,

Abby McClelland

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We are excited to have your incoming Kindergartener join us in the Elementary classrooms beginning Sunday, June 5th! We know it’ll be the start of what might be a busy week and want to help your child transition go well.  Over the next few days we’ll publish four posts to help you guide your child as he or she begins this new phase. We’ll be answering questions your child might have about classrooms, lessons, and teachers. We’ll also include plenty of photos for you to show your child.

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Moving to Kindergarten means you’ll be meeting new volunteers.  This summer we have a group of people who are excited to welcome you to the Kindergarten classrooms. Let’s meet them!

8:00 Team Leader-Brian Cooksey

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Brian has three kids, and one will be in Kindergarten. His wife’s name is Beka, and you’ll get to see her too because she teaches Large Group!  Want to know something cool? Brian is the brother of some of your favorite Large Group teachers, Kristin and Courtney!

 

 

 

9:30 Kindergarten A Team Leader—Tricia Morgan

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Tricia started helping in Crossing Kids this past year and is a ton of fun to be around.  She has a one year old Lab puppy that she does agility with for fun. Which means that they do jumps, teeter totters, tunnels, and all kinds of fun things like you see dogs do on TV. Tricia always has a smile on her face and looks forward to her weeks in Crossing Kids.

 

 

9:30 Kindergarten B Team Leaders—Ben and Allison Nelson

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11:00 Kindergarten Team Leader—Carly Love

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These special people will be in your classrooms most weeks.  They will help you have fun, teach you about God, and help make Crossing Kids a great place to be.  See you on Sunday!

 

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We are excited to have your incoming Kindergartener join us in the Elementary classrooms beginning Sunday, June 5th! We know it’ll be the start of what might be a busy week and want to help your child transition go well.  Over the next few days we’ll publish four posts to help you guide your child as he or she begins this new phase. We’ll be answering questions your child might have about classrooms, lessons, and teachers. We’ll also include plenty of photos for you to show your child.

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Large Group is often the highlight of a preschooler’s Sunday, but in Elementary Large Group will look a little different.  This summer as incoming Kindergarteners transition, Large Group will have a similar format, yet be pretty different.

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No. Elementary Large Group doesn’t have puppets, but there will still be live music many Sundays, and plenty of singing!

Will my child still have a lesson in Large Group?

Yes! This summer Kindergarten-5th graders will be learning about the Apostle’s Creed, and for the summer the lesson will happen in Large Group, just like in preschool.  After worship there will be a teacher teaching about a different piece of the creed each week.  We’ll even start the summer simply learning what a creed is.  Students will be engaged through through sign language, videos, and images to help them learn the Apostle’s Creed, and end their Large Group time by turning and answering a few questions with other kids and volunteers.  The coolest part about summer Large Group is that kids get to sit on huge blankets!

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Yes. This summer we’ll combine grades for Large Group, but kids always sit on the same blankets as their volunteers and classmates.  At 8:00 Kindergarten-5th grade will be combined, and at 9:30 and 11:00 we’ll have a for Kindergarten-2nd graders, and room for 3rd-5th graders.

Will the Large Group teachers be the same people from preschool?

Yes and no.  Kindergarteners will certainly recognize faces from preschool (Candace, Courtney, and Kristin will be faces that are familiar to them,) but kids will meet new teachers throughout the summer.

Scroll for more photos of Elementary Large Group!

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