Our March classes will begin this Sunday in the Lafayette Children’s Ministry
Spiritual formation for our children is a role for both parents and the church. Each week (Sundays and Wednesdays) there are opportunities for your children to learn more about God in classes designed specifically for them. We appreciate our teachers who spend time preparing classes. This month, Troy Ruckman will be teaching on Sunday mornings. Wednesday nights are led by Jenny Schuth and Laci Johnson. In addition to our formal classes, Kings Kidz continues to be a tool where children can actively learn and grow during the sermon time each Sunday.
However, just like practicing sports, music, or academics, children (and all of us) cannot just do something once or twice a week and expect to get better at it. We must exercise our faith muscles daily. We encourage parents to take time to pray, read, and discuss living out a walk with Christ with your children each day. If you need a jumpstart, you can see what each week’s class material covers here. Spending just a few minutes each night just going over the memory verse for the month would go a long way in storing God’s word in your child’s heart (Psalm 119:11).
We want to thank Jenny Schuth and her team of volunteers as they continue to minister to our children. If you would like to help by volunteering to teach or assist in some way, you are encouraged to contact Jenny. The more people we have helping, the greater the kingdom impact we can make for our children.
Due to the ongoing winter storm, tonight’s “Ladies Night @ Lafayette” has been postponed until next Thursday, March 3. If you have any questions, please contact the office at 636.391.6697 or email@example.com.
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As mentioned in the Middle email sent earlier today, we wanted to wait for the day to unfold before making a call for tonight. The sleet and freezing rain finally started to come down and we have heard from several that local road conditions are deteriorating quickly. We are also concerned about parking lot and sidewalk conditions on campus.
With that change in circumstances, we will be pivoting to a virtual adult classtonight for Screwtape Letters 17-19. We are also canceling children’s and youth classes as well as praise team practice. We look forward to gathering together in person on Sunday morning and hope to see many of you in the virtual class tonight–feel free to join even if you are not typically able to!
There is an informational Zoom meeting for anyone interested in finding out more about our Honduras Mission Trip this summer on Tuesday, January 25 at 7:30 pm. We will discuss costs, travel plans, and potential projects. Click here as early as 7:25 to join the meeting.