10:15 am - Kids Worship in sanctuary
10:30 am to 11:30 am- Sunday School
Kids Connection (pre-K through 5th grade)
Youth Sunday School (6th grade through 12th grade)
We are so excited to have you check out St Luke’s Children's page!
We have so much fun and would like to share it with your family!
Here is some information on what we do each week at St Luke's Kids Connection:
Memory Verse: During each series we have a memory verse for the children to learn. By doing it for 4-6 weeks, the children will learn it well!
Skits: Each week we will have a fun skit or puppet show that the kids can act or just watch. It will be a fun way for the kids to listen to characters and learn about that day’s lesson.
Object Lesson: During the object lessons we will take everyday items and apply it to our lesson to help them connect what they are learning.
Games: During games we will get up and get moving while connecting what they have learned with a fun game.
Group Lessons/Storytime/Scripture: This is where we delve into the scripture that tells our story for that day.
Review Game: We review our lesson with fill in the blanks, true or false question, multiple choice and the children amaze us with what all they remembered from their lesson!
Arts and Crafts: Each week the kids make something creative to take home to help them remember what they learned.
Snack: Of course we will need to have a delicious snack each week!
This is a lot to fit into each week, but we keep the kids moving and exploring each lesson! They will bring home a paper for parents each week called “Make it Stick” so that they can share what they learned.
Youth Sunday School will be exploring a variety of discussions about important issues and growing in their faith. They will be playing games and have activities that relate to the Bible scripture.
Here is what you need to know about St Luke Sunday School:
First and foremost, the safety of the children is most important. We use the Safe Gatherings program for all our teachers. This includes background checks and boundaries training.
We believe that the Children's ministry is one of the most important ministries of the church.
We believe that children can learn lessons from the bible in a fun, inspiring way.
We believe that the personal connections we make through Children’s ministry between the teachers and the children through teaching, worship, praying, singing and group time is very important.
We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God. (2 Timothy 3:16)
We believe that Jesus is God’s son, and through him we find salvation.
We believe in the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.
We believe that Jesus rose on the third day and defeated death.
We don’t believe that God cares as much about Bible translation or style of music as He does about our hearts. (1 Samuel 16:7)
You can find more about our theological stance on our What We Believe page.
Kids Connection (1st-5th grade)
Parables of Jesus
Memory Verse: “Then Jesus said, “Whoever has ears should listen.” Mark 4:9
Overview: This series will go through eight of Jesus’ parables to help kids understand what they mean as well as how they can apply them to their life.
September 18th: The Sower
Scripture: Parable of the Sower Mark 4:1-20
Objective: Kids will learn that a parable is a short story meant to help us learn an important lesson.
September 25th: The Talents
Scripture: The Parable of the Talents/Bags of Gold Matthew 25:14-30
Objective: Kids will identify gifts, talents or abilities they have been given and state how they can use those for God.
October 2nd: The Good Samaritan
Scripture: Parable of the Good Samaritan Luke 10:25-37
Objective: Kids will learn that thinking of others ahead of ourselves is really important to God.
October 9th: The Lost Sheep
Scripture: Parable of the Wandering Sheep Matthew 18:10-14
Objective: Kids will learn that they matter to God and He loves them.
October 16th: The Mustard Seed
Scripture Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast Matthew 13: 31-33
Objective: Kids will learn that they can start trusting God and living life His way right now.
October 23rd: The Unforgiving Servant
Scripture: The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant Matthew 18:21-35
Objective: Kids will learn that when they are tempted to get angry or hold a grudge, they should remember that they have made mistakes, too.
October 30th: Costume Party!
Preschool and Kindergarten
Children will hear a different story each Sunday through a puppet show. They will do a craft and have a snack related to the story. They’re working on a series called “Toy Bible Stories”.
Youth Sunday School
Youth will be choosing their curriculum along with their teacher.
*The Jr/Sr high will be serving at the 10:30 am worship service on the first Sunday of each month .