Hey Kids! We're online this week!
(We'll return to our regular Wednesday nights soon!)
I know, I know - we were soooo close to 50 kids last time! But we have to be safe, and Coach Rik promises that this was NOT a sneaky way to get out of getting a pie in his face! 😃 King's Kids is a safe and fun environment for kids to learn about God, and we're gonna make sure we keep it that way!
So... have you memorized the verse from last time? I'm gonna list it here. Make sure you get your parents to work with you to help you memorize. Or, maybe challenge your brother or sister, to see who can say it faster? Either way, if we train ourselves to hide God's Word in our hearts, we will be better equipped to live our lives as a beacon of hope for the world around us! It's not about us - it's about Him!
King's Kids | Wednesday Nights, 6:00-7:45
King’s Kids is a fun time for all kids from 3 years old through 5th grade, where they can learn about the truth of God and His love for them as documented in the Bible, and demonstrated through the work of His Son, Jesus. Through songs, skits, Bible lessons, small group times and exciting games, your child will hear about God’s power and love and will have opportunities to grow and learn together with their friends. There will also be opportunities to participate in outreach projects such as Operation Christmas Child and our annual visit to Greenfield Manor in Lancaster.
King’s Kids is a safe and fun environment for your child to grow and have fun while learning about God!
Pee Wee Zone & KidZone | Sundays 10am
We are happy to extend to you and your child(ren) the facilities of the Pee-Wee Zone and Kidzone ministries here at Alden Community Church. Our volunteers will provide care for your children in an atmosphere of love and warmth while you are attending our church service.
To help your child build positive feelings about being in church through a variety of interesting and enjoyable Bible learning activities.
To provide your child with the feeling of security and love at church by having physical and emotional needs adequately met by caring volunteers in an appropriate environment.
To allow parents freedom from child care responsibilities during their time of church attendance.