Matthew 19:14: But Jesus said, “Let the children
come to me. Don’t stop them! For the Kingdom
of Heaven belongs to those who are like these
children.


The Carnival Extravaganza was so much fun.
Seeing so many faces with smiles makes my
heart so full. The children played games, bounced
in the bounce house, had their picture taken in the

“photo booth”, and had snocones, popcorn, and
ice cream sundaes. GOD IS GOOD! Thanks to

everyone who helped in any way at the carnival.
Events like these cannot happen without volunteers!


All children participated in Group Sundays in September.

It’s a great way for the Sunday School Team and the children

to get to know each other. We talked about where in the Bible

we could find fall colors, like the Red Sea, Joseph’s coat,

yellow sun, and the list goes on. We also talked about kindness

and played relay games.


As long as the weather is nice my plan is to do all activities

outside so we can limit mask wearing. However if you and

your child feel more comfortable wearing a mask outside

please do so. When activities are inside masks will be required.

With the rising Covid-19 numbers, and some friends
                                                                          and teachers immune compromised, it is the safest way to go.

                                                                          Hopefully in the future months we can discontinue wearing masks.


We will begin the Rotation Model Sunday School Curriculum in October. Rotation Model Sunday
School is a way to teach Bible Stories and concepts through child-friendly, creative, and interactive
areas. The name of our rotation is JAM, Jesus and Me. The children will learn in 4 different areas each week:

Creation Station (Art), Sunday’s Diner (Cooking), Godly Games (Games),and Holywood (Stories/Music).

They will focus on one story for 4 weeks. This enables them to learn using all of their senses,

such as hearing, seeing, touching, and doing. This model’s philosophy recognizes that children

not only love repetition, but also they need repetition to develop a lasting memory and understanding

of the content. Rotation Leaders will rotate this year to each classroom preparing lessons

(with some age-appropriate modifications) for the four week rotation. All children will begin in the

Holywood Room and be dismissed to their classroom by age/grade. The Holywood Room is located downstairs by the elevator.


Mark your calendars for Sunday, December 19 at 6:30 p.m. for the annual Christmas Program.
Watch for more details on the program, as we will be assigning roles to the children soon.


Any questions or concerns contact me, Beth Bue at 715-896-0823.

 

 

 

 


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