The Home Stretch!

Now that Easter and Spring Break are over, we’re definitely preparing for summer around here!  As I mentioned in my last post, we have a few activities planned to invite the kids back into the church for some learning, fellowship and fun over break.  I’ll have more details on those events very soon (cooking, gardening, art and just recently added, music).  The dates are as follows:  Gardening: Sunday, May 22nd in between services (9:30-10:30). Cooking: Sunday, June 5th (Time TBA), Kool-Aid and Canvas (Time, Date TBA), Music (will be in between Sunday services, Date TBA).

Sunday school this Sunday will take place in the garden. Don’t forget to send your kiddos in clothes that are OK to get dirty!

On March 20th the younger Sunday school kids covered Holy Week, Luke 19: 28-40, 22:14-23:56.  The older kids discussed Matthew 27:27-56 and how through death, Jesus shows us the way to eternal life.

A Little Fun on Palm Sunday!


Ready, set, go! On Easter Sunday the kids enjoyed breakfast and an Easter egg hunt between services!

Registration is now open for St. Paul’s first Parents’ Night Out on Saturday, May 14th from 5-8 p.m.  Take some time to yourself and bring the kids to church!  Courtney, Nate and our youth volunteers will have dinner, snacks, games and various faith-based activities to keep the kids busy!  The cost is $5 per child with proceeds to benefit our children/youth programming.  If your child attends Nate’s youth group on Wednesdays, they have volunteered to help with this event–therefore there is no charge for them (please let me know if your youth student cannot make it).  Nursery volunteers are needed for this event, please let me know if you’re interested in helping.   Click here to register your children for this fun event.

God Squad resumed this week.  The kids enjoyed Casey’s pizza and the younger students discussed The Road to Emmaus, Luke: 24:13-35. Tom’s students finished up their lesson on Easter and John 20:1-18.  It was great having everyone back!  Wednesday nights sure are lively, which is exactly what I love to see!