Welcome to SHINE! KidMin

This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine.
 
At SHINE! KidMin, our Elementary school kids will learn to let their lights shine for Jesus. On Sunday mornings we use the 252 Kids curriculum by Orange to teach our kids what it means to grow in three key ways
  1. In wisdom: making good, Godly choices
  2. In stature: good physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health
  3. In our relationships with God and people
 
Below you can find an overview of what we are learning this month during Sunday school!
 
On Wednesday nights our Children’s activities are called G.L.O.W. or Go Light Our World. During this time, our goal is to teach kids how they can share the light of Christ with the world through music and as we continue our weekly Bible lessons.

 

Sunday Mornings

9:45 – Sunday School begins

9:55 – Gather for Big Group

10:25 – Return to Small Groups

10:45 – Dismiss to Worship

 

Wednesday Nights

5:30 – Dinner

6:00-7:30 – G.L.OW.

 

This month our SHINE! Kids are talking about the connection between JOY and God’s character, as shown through God’s Big Story, the Bible.

Choose joy! This may be a commonly used phrase you’ve heard, but what does it actually mean? Joy is more than being excited about the good things that happen to us. Joy is an attitude—a decision to trust God no matter what is going on in our lives. From the very beginning, God had a plan for the world. As we dive into the Bible, we’ll discover God’s plan for us and how God has been at work through it all. When we see and celebrate what God is doing, we can find true joy!
During the month of June we will be looking at these stories from the Bible:
  • The Story of the Lost Sheep – Luke 15:1-7 – We can have joy because of Jesus.
  • The Feast of BoothsDeuteronomy 16:13-17 – Make a habit of choosing joy.
  • Ezra and the Rebuilding of the Temple – Ezra 3:10-13 – Celebrate each step of the way.
  • Joy in the Psalms – Psalms 8, 16, and 19 – Find joy in what you see around you.
  • God Will Give us Joy – Habakkuk 3:17-18 – There’s always a reason to celebrate.