Wednesday, January 11, 2017
It's that time again! Our Winter term of onCore begins tonight and we are so excited to see all of you! Dinner time tonight will look a little different tonight because we will have free seating for kids (no table assignments), and parents are welcome to hang out during that time to see what onCore dinner is all about and hear announcements. It's going to be a great night!
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Calling all 4th and 5th Graders! You are invited to our F2 White Elephant Christmas Party December 18 from 12:30-2:00p.m. in the F2 classroom (room 211). We will have lunch, play games, decorate (and eat) cookies, and have a White Elephant gift exchange (bring something from home or less than $5). Please email me if your child will attend so that I can plan for lunch: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Monday, November 14, 2016
Mark your calendars!!! You don't want to miss Advent Family Sunday School November 27, 2016 for all preschool and elementary families!
Just think... photo booth, games, snacks, crafts, missions, songs, and Jesus all in one place!
It is going to be a great morning for families to join together to worship, learn, and have fun fellowship with one another! We hope to see you and your family there!
Monday, October 24, 2016
For the month of October, we have been on the Path to Gratitude during our 2017 Generosity Campaign. Children have started each Sunday School class sharing things for which they are grateful and we have displayed these things on three “Paths to Gratitude” on the preschool and elementary halls. On October 16, our Kindergarten through 5th graders participated in Path to Gratitude Prayer stations where children focused on the importance of responding with gratitude for things we are thankful for in the church that allow us to grow in faith and share God’s love in the world (pictures below). Pre-K through 5th graders also received their very own offering envelopes that day. Although our season of generosity is coming to a close, we want to continue to encourage our children and families to live with an attitude of gratitude. Below are some helpful resources to help you and your family continue on the Path to Gratitude in your daily lives.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Wednesday nights can mean a lot of things, but for 100+ RPC kiddos, it means onCore night at church! If you're not familiar with it, onCore is Roswell Presbyterian's Wednesday Evening Program for kids, and let me tell you, it's awesome! We start with a fun themed dinner with adults and kids of all ages. Then children go to Bible, choir, and finally, their choice of electives. Electives include things like art, lego club, leadership, hand chimes, rec, and drums.
This week in particular, I loved seeing how our children were able to engage scripture and encounter the Word of God in a real way through our lego elective. Children begin in prayer, then read a story from scripture (this week, it was David and Goliath), discuss what they believe are the most important parts and themes, choose a part they would like to focus on, and then build it! After they do that they read the story again and act it out with their creations. Finally, they talk about what stuck out to them and what they learned about God through the process.
Each week, I am amazed at the discussions and conversations that come out of each area of onCore, and it's also so wonderful to see friendships and community being formed outside of Sunday mornings. Wednesday nights at onCore are fun, loud, and busy, but it's very clear God is at work in a mighty way in the lives of children through their time at onCore!
If you are interested in joining us at onCore, you can still register for our Winter term that begins in January this year, just click HERE!
Check Out the video our children and their fantastic leader, Stan Homer, made of David and Goliath during their elective time!
1 Samuel 17: David and Goliath
Thursday, September 29, 2016
October 2, 2016 is a special Sunday! It's World Communion Sunday, so all elementary classes will focus on Communion Education during Sunday School (and they get to eat lots of bread at the 11:15 service...yum)!
Also, this Sunday is the first Sunday of the Kindergarten Worship Education Series where Kindergarten children will learn and experience important elements of worship over the next 4 weeks. There is also a parent track at 9:45 in Alderman Hall.
During the 11:15 service 1st-5th grade choirs will sing which will be awesome!
Last, but not least, Sunday is the last day to bring old frames, Bibles, and crayons to help the Mustard Seed Project. Drop off is in the Sunday School classrooms. We hope to see you this Sunday!