It's not about having time; it's about making time.
We are preparing to return to a regular Sunday School hour on Sundays at 10am; in the meantime, we want you to know:
We are worshipping together in the FLC at 11am. While we look forward to getting back to our regular kids’ ministry routines, for right now, kids stay with parents during the service!
We want you to know we are still here for you. We want to provide resources and support to your family to make worshipping together the best possible experience it can be! Make sure you download and print or pick up a copy of the Children's Bulletin as you enter the FLC.
Don’t worry about your kids being perfect during family worship! We know and expect services to be a little noisier, and for worship to be a little more, well, exciting with kids present. Please don’t stress about this - especially if you have toddlers and preschoolers. We love you and want to see you and your kids!
October 28, 2020
An escape room is an adventure game where a group solves a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, strategy, and hints. Players have a set time limit to find the item in question and/or escape the room they are in.
This escape room is designed for your group to find clues, solve puzzles and uncover hints at multiple homes on and around Stouffer Avenue.
In other words, we can't all be in one room together safely, so we've created an escape room style event without the claustrophobia!
Reverse Trick or Treat is a Halloween alternative that brings fun and faith to families at home! Reverse Trick or Treat incorporates faith into Halloween by helping kids and families open the Bible and read the Word together, all while having fun and helping others!
How it works:
Ms. Brianna arrives in your driveway to read a devotion, play a game and share treats. In return, she is collecting household cleaning items for Hungry Hearts. If you are not home, when Ms. Brianna visits, she will leave a goodie bag for you.
The visitation schedule is available via email and snail mail.