Children and Youth Ministry Update from Kelsey Creech, Resident Seminarian

July 23rd,2021 Categories: Latest News

Last Sunday, there was no Children’s Worship as most of our children were out of town. This Sunday, however, we have quite a lot planned for our short time together!

The older children and I will meet at 10 AM and read Amos  7:7-15 in our Inclusive Language Bible. We will talk about what situation Amos was speaking against and consider the way the priests of the temple reacted. Together, we’ll talk about the ways we might have behaved and felt during the situation, and what we think God’s choice for us might be.

Then at 10:30 AM, the younger children, Mr. Trevor, and I will read “King Saul” in our Tiny Truths Illustrated Bible. This story, like that of Amos, is about a bad king. Together, we’ll talk about what makes a good or bad leader and what we can do to become good leaders and follow God’s paths. We’ll spend time in fellowship and prayer and celebrate a certain birthday.

After this, we will take a break for the month of August and we will start Children’s Worship once more in September. I’m looking forward to the days where we can join together in person with hugs and fellowship, but I am presently grateful for all the time we have together online.

Blessings and well wishes for a joyous week to all of you!

Joyfully yours,
Kelsey Creech, Resident Seminarian

(The illustration above is from Page 80 of the Tiny Truths Illustrated Bible)