Children's Ministry

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SUNDAY MORNING CURRICULUM

Using "Show Me Jesus", a biblically sound curriculum from Great Commission Publications, children ages 2 through 4th grade are encouraged to see God's redemptive plan of love and grace throughout the Old and New Testaments. 5th graders are studying the names of God and what those names reveal about His character!

PREPARING CHILDREN FOR WORSHIP

Before worship service, remember to take your child to the breadbox located on the Children's Worship Table just outside of the sanctuary. There will be an object inside the box that will help children connect with the morning message. The "mini message" inside the breadbox is meant to be a tool that can assist parents in helping children understand the main point of the sermon. Children's bulletins for non-readers are also located on the Children's Worship Table.

If you would like to prepare your child for worship during the week, consider getting an early peek at the music and scriptures that will be used in the upcoming service. (CLICK HERE to download this week's bulletin). The order of worship notes will be updated regularly and made available on the web page by Thursday of each week.

Kids' Quest

Kids' Quest is a club that has been designed to teach children biblical truths while participating in fun activities.  Biblical foundations are strengthened as children study answers to the First Catechism through music, games, crafts and more.  There are classes for children who are two years old on or before September of the current school year through children who are in the fifth grade.

Wednesday Evenings 6:30 PM-7:30 PM, (Clubs meet September 13th through April 25th.   No club meetings during winter break: November 22-January 3rd or spring break: March 28 and April 4)

CHILD PROTECTION POLICY AND PROCEDURES HANDBOOK

Providing a safe environment for our children to learn and grow in is important to us.CLICK HERE to read our LPC Child Protection Policy and Procedures Handbook.

 

CAMP ....(CAtechism Memory Program)

CAMP is a program designed to assist parents in teaching Biblical truths to their children by encouraging the study and memorization of answers to the First Catechism questions at home.  Two times are set aside each year for children to come and recite what they have learned.  Those who complete their goals at the time of final review are given rewards.

Catechism questions are broken down into four sections so that those who begin the CAMP program when they are 4 years old will have the opportunity to go through the entire First Catechism twice before entering 7th grade.

CAMP Goals for Age 2:  CLICK HERE

CAMP Goals for Age 3:  CLICK HERE

CAMP Goals for all children ages 4 through fifth grade:

YEAR One: (2017-2018)

  • Questions 1-42, Theme: God, Man, Sin
  • CLICK HERE for catechism questions and answers,Year 1.

YEAR Two: (2018-2019)

  • Questions 43-75, Theme: Jesus, God’s Gift of Grace
  • CLICK HERE for catechism questions and answers,Year 2
  • CLICK HERE for a highlighted copy of 4 and 5 year old memorization requirements

YEAR Three: (2019-2020)

  • Questions 76-108, Theme: The Ten Commandments
  • CLICK HERE for catechism questions and answers,Year 3.
  • CLICK HERE for a highlighted copy of 4 and 5 year old memorization requirements

YEAR Four: (2020-2021)

  • Questions 108-150, Theme: The Lord’s Prayer, Sacraments, Life after Death
  • CLICK HERE for catechism questions and answers,Year 4.
  • CLICK HERE for highlighted copy of 4&5 year old memorization requirements