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New Children’s Worship Programming

Kicks off Sunday, September 10

There are many exciting additions to our Children’s Programs for the year.  New this year, there is a separate Sunday School class especially for 3rd—5th graders.  It is designed to allow students to deepen their study of the Bible through interactive experiences.  Class will take place the full duration of worship service, so kids will go directly to God’s Garden, room 203, when they arrive on Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.  Children will meet their parents in Fellowship Hall following worship.

Children from preschool (potty-trained) through second grade will start in worship.  Following the Children’s Sermon, they will be escorted to the chapel for Children’s Worship, where they will experience Bible stories through seeing, hearing, and performing hands-on activities.  Parents may meet their children in Fellowship Hall following worship.

Grades six and up will attend worship at 9:30 a.m. with their families as in the past.

During the School Year

Get ready for our all-new youth programming that kicks off on September 10.Following worship and coffee hour, grades 6 and 7 are invited to take their snacks and head to the youth lounge (room 113) for XP3, a new experience designed just for middle schoolers.  Want to know what XP3 stands for?  Come and find out!  8-9th graders are invited to room 112 to participate in Confirmation Class led by Pastor Brian.  Both classes will run the full duration of second hour (10:45-11:45 a.m.).

September Sunday Night Live Calendar

Sunday Night Live kicks off on September 10 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.  Youth grades six and up are invited to participate in team-building mixers, small group breakouts, and games.  SNL generally takes place the second and fourth Sundays of each month (except during holidays and other group events).  September SNL meetings will be held on September 10 and 24.

CROP Walk — Save the Date

The Youth Group will participate in the South Hills CROP Walk, which is scheduled for the afternoon of Sunday, October 8.  Stay tuned for more details about how to get involved.

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