Children’s Worship Lessons – Spring/Summer 2017


Hey Parents!!

Below is the list of lessons that we will be covering during Children’s Church this Spring/Summer! If you would like additional activities or information, please use the take home sheets that we send home weekly with the kids. Also, you can download the Bible Studies for Life App (Title in App Store – Bible Studies for Life: Kids and Worship for Life: Kids) or contact Sara for additional info!

Unit 1 – Jesus Taught Me How to Live

  • April 23 – Simeon and Anna Met Jesus (Luke 2:21-40)
  • April 30 – Jesus went to the Temple (Luke 2:40-52)
  • May 7 – John the Baptist (Matthew 3:13-17; Luke 1:1-25,57-80; 3:1-22; John 1:19-37)
  • May 14 – Four Friends Helped (Mark 2:1-12)

Unit 2 – Jesus is Alive!

  • May 21– Jesus Made People Well (Matthew 8:1-13)
  • May 28 – People Welcomed Jesus (Luke 19:28-40; John 12:12-19)
  • June 4 – Jesus is Alive! (Matthew 26:36-28:10)
  • June 11 – Jesus and the Children (Matthew 19:13-15)
  • June 18 – Peter had Breakfast with Jesus (John 21:1-19)

Unit 3 – Learning About Church

  • June 25 – The Church Began (Acts 2)
  • July 2 – Peter and John Preached (Acts 3:1-4:21)
  • July 9 – The Church Chose Helpers (Acts 6:1-7)
  • July 16– Barnabas Encouraged Others (Acts 4:36; 9:26-31)

Easter Devotionals for Families


Hello Parents!!

This week is a special week in our church and children’s ministry because we are celebrating Easter! We have a special opportunity to teach our kids more about the gospel and to celebrate God’s great love for us!

It is easy to get caught up in all of the egg hunts, and not spend as much time teaching our kids about the true meaning of Easter. So, below I have included family devotionals for every day this week, leading up to Easter Sunday. I encourage you to download or print this file today!

Unfortunately, I am a little late in posting this resource. The devotionals started Sunday, April 9. However, you can still use the devotionals in the coming days!

Have a good week!


P.S. Here a few other blog links that provide tips on studying God’s Word with your kids on a regular basis: