The foundation of a life of faith is built in childhood. At Magnolia Methodist, we want to help children experience Christ and begin the process of becoming a lifelong disciple of Jesus Christ. From children's church to Sunday school, from Easter egg hunts to bounce houses, we believe that children learn about Christ best by being a kid. Come and see!
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For Sunday, August 9
This Sunday we are going to use the scripture Luke 5:1-11. In this scripture we will find Jesus talking to people on shore from a fishing boat. We will talk about how in this scripture that the fishermen had not caught any fish and then Jesus showed the fishermen they could catch lots of fish. Then Jesus said follow me and you will be fishers of men. I will use this to show the children that Jesus wants us to tell others about Jesus just like his disciples did. I want the children to know that God is always with them and they can bring others to Christ.
Our Main game will be the “Captain Game” This is a game where we pretend we are on a boat, this way it will remind us of the fishermen in our story.
Our show and tell time will be what ever the children choose to talk about.
If you'd like to join us for our 9:00 am Zoom Sunday School class, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the foundation of a life of faith is built in childhood, youth is where the real building begins. From continued conversations about Christ and what God desires for them, to mission trips, we want to help our community's youth begin to grow and claim this faith as their own. Come and grow!
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