Children’s Church: Made For The People Young In Years With Little Ears
Children’s Church was an event that was made for the children who were ages 4-10, so that they could discover God and all His wonder in a way that was interesting and enjoyable to them. The songs and lessons were focused around family working together. Also incorporated into the program were some games for the older classes and crafts for the younger children. However, the event was held in hopes of helping kids enjoy worshiping God as they worked together realizing that friends and family are important. Among the helpers and leaders were Cassandra Fuller, Alexis Lavirtue, Jennifer Sierra, Raissa Silva, Rosalba and Issac Valera, and Brandon Beneche. As a team, you could see the effort they put into making this a good experience not only for the young ones but for the parents as well. With the interactive story telling and songs that everyone could enjoy the Sabbath was one that the kids were allowed to express themselves and do it in a healthy and spiritual environment.
Here are some of the responses from the kids about their experiences at Children’s Church:
Simon Sierra: “I really liked the Sabbath school service cause of the interesting lesson and the Bible charades game that we played.”
Jonathan Ramos: “It was actually something fun that I really connected with and put God in a way that I could understand.”
Makaylah Williams:” Children’s Church was cool and awesome and the sheep song and the jungle song were really fun. The Sabbath school was wonderful and the teacher was funny!”
Rhoda Sarpong: “The story in the service was supper fun and the actors were really good. But I really liked the time in Sabbath school where we talked about my favorite Bible story and sang funny songs.”
Mia Demartino: “Church here was good. I liked singing and I even knew some on the piano! But Sabbath school was fun too like the coloring part!”
Ava Stevenson: “Children’s church was awesome and the teacher for my class was funny and told a really good story about the Bible.”
Luke Hodson: “I liked the singing the best and seeing all my friends made it even better!”
Connor Allain: “Church was good but the story was cool!”
Brianna Small: “I liked the sotries and the songs. My whole family came and I had a lot of fun!”
Nevaeh Blackman: “Sabbath school had lots of songs and stories and I liked it all.”
Posted on February 13, 2012, in News, Spiritual Life, Top Stories and tagged Bible, Bible story, Child, Christianity, Church, Ear, Family, First grade, Fourth grade, God, People, Religion and Spirituality, Sabbath, Sabbath school, Second grade, Shabbat. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.