Children's Ministry and Sunday School
3 years old - 4th grade
Children's Ministry is important work at St. John's! Our role is to help kids live out their faith by loving God and serving others and to help them to know that everywhere they go, their faith goes with them. We continue to create new ways to meet families where they are at and find ways to bring the love and hope of Jesus to our kids no matter where they are at...this year we have found ways to do that at home, online, by the campfire, outside on the sidewalk, or even in the car!
We began the year with Family Sidewalk Sunday School and now we have moved to an online model.
St. John's January Online Model:
Sunday School will begin in a new format, “Sunday School in a bag” with a video that will include music time and the Bible Story. Please pick up Sunday School brown grocery bags at the front of the church with the supplies each student will need. For more information about our lesson plans, please look at the Sunday School Calendar.
Lessons: Use the following links to view our weekly Sunday School lessons!
Sunday School Family FUN SLEDDING DAY!
Sunday, January 31 from 1:00-3:00pm we will have a SLEDDING DAY at St. John’s. There are two separate time slots; 1:00-2:00pm and 2:00pm-3:00pm. We will sled on the hill by St. John’s garage! Please sign up
Return to Indoor Sunday School We will be back to the indoor Sunday School routine when our St. John's Return Team approves a plan for a time that is safe to be in the building. Here is a look of what this ministry generally looks like....Our Sunday School runs the school year from September to May from 9:40-10:30 am. Sunday School uses a homegrown curriculum designed specifically for St. John's. It's a large group - small group model that uses puppets, science experiments and music to teach Bible stories. In small groups, kids will use their five senses to discover more about the Bible story! Sometimes that even has kids in the kitchen cooking! Sunday School Bibles stories also align with the preaching text that is used in worship! That way parents and grandparents are equipped to talk about the story with their kids!