THIS SUNDAY

         

8:30 am

Worship Service in Sanctuary

9:45 am

Sunday School Classes for all ages

11:00 am

Worship Service in Sanctuary

 

 

 

 

 

SpiritLink Elementary Sunday School

New this year!

SpiritLink children are invited to start the Sunday school hour at 9:45 am in the Worship Center. We’ll have a gathering time together and some singing with Steve Foust. Shepherds will then take kids upstairs to their rooms and bring them back to the Worship Center by 10:45 am where parents can pick up their children.

 

SpiritLink for 1st-5th graders

SpiritLink is a workshop rotation-model Sunday School in which students learn about a Bible story or theme from different perspectives throughout each unit. Lessons are told throughout the year using various ways of learning:  art, science, computers, storytelling, cooking, movies, drama, and more! SpiritLink classes are grouped according to age, with some flexibility to meet each child’s needs and keep the classes balanced. This year, the classes are grouped as follows:

· Creators: 1st/2nd/3rd grades - Shepherd: Jenny Fowler

· Makers: 4th/5th grades - Shepherd: Suzii Parsons

 

SpiritLink Teachers for 2017-2018              

        Modern Magi – Virginia Charter

        Scrolls & Scribes – Nat Cooper

        Thou Art – Kim Leffingwell and Brandi White

        On Location – Mike and Cindy Melancon

        Burning Bush Theater – Courtney Savage and Susie Causley

 

The 2017-2018 theme for SpiritLink is Providence: God’s Creating Word. Through Old and New Testament stories, children will explore their relationship with God who promises to always be with them. This year’s units include:

· David, As a Boy

· Feeding 5000

· Advent: The Angels Announce God’s message

· The Great Commission

· Jesus’ Big Words (Sermon on the Mount)

· Apr. 1 Easter Celebration

· Women at the Tomb

Each unit is six weeks, with four different workshop rooms for four of the Sundays. The unit also includes a Celebration Sunday where we tie it all together and share what we’ve learned. Finally, the unit ends with a Music Sunday, in which children will learn new songs together for worship and special events.