Activities This Week 4/27- 5/3/2020
Updated: May 2, 2020
KidLead - Lesson on "Change" via Zoom (Friday, May 1, 7:30-8:30 pm)
Our Koaches and I would like to see how our leaders are doing! Also, we will finish up with the last value lesson on "Change". You can start to check in at 7:15 pm and chat a bit first! You will get an email of the zoom link and password on Friday morning.
Fun & Fellowship Time with PreS - 3rd Graders (Saturday, May 2, 3:15 - 4:00 pm - revised time)
Auntie Ruby would like to meet our younger ones for a time of songs, games, Bible story, and sharing. Please come join us on zoom. You will get an email of the zoom link and password on Saturday morning.
We will use the on-line Sunday School lessons from LifeWay, our Sunday School curriculum publisher, for both ECM and Elementary-kid-family. Please refer to the "LifeWay Online Kids/Preschool Sunday School Resources" post for further access instruction. https://digitalpass.lifeway.com/
Our Pastoral Intern, Mark Kwong, will speak to us again on-line this Sunday on a new series "Dive in" about studying God's Word.
Title: "Why learn to swim?" from Timothy 3:14-17.
Mother's Day - Special Video for our MOMS
Dads, can you help videotape 2 short clips for your kid(s) on 1. One to two things that he/she wants to thank his/her mom for and 2. Just saying "Happy Mother's Day" with a big smile! Please send them to Minister Jason by May 1 (next Friday) and he will use these clips to make a video to show during our online services on Mother's Day to show our thanks to all moms!
Card & DIY Mask Ministry for Our Kids (attached pictures)
1. Make a request for a DIY mask to Auntie Ruby.
2. Make a card with a meaningful Bible verse (like John 3:16) and/or a prayer for the recipient.
3. Pass it to someone they want to share Jesus' love with, like an elderly relative or neighbor, a non-Christian classmate or friend, an auntie/uncle who works on the frontline, etc.
4. Take a picture of yourself with your hand-made card and DIY mask holding and email it to Ruby before you pass them out.