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This Month in Kids Church...

January

Life App: Commitment - Making a plan and putting it into practice

Memory Verse: “Training the body has some value. But being godly has value in every way. It promises help for the life you are now living and the life to come.” 1 Timothy 4:8, NIrV


Jan 7th
Bottom Line: Practice hearing and doing what God says.
Bible Story: Rock On (Sand and rock) • Matthew 7:24-27


Jan 14th
Bottom Line: Practice praying to God.
Bible Story: 
Living on a Prayer (Model prayer) • Luke 11:1-14


Jan 21st
Bottom Line: Practice talking about God.
Bible Story: Who Are You? (Who do you say that I am?) • Matthew 16:13-20


Jan 28th
Bottom Line: Practice living for God.
Bible Story: Pennies from Heaven (The Widow’s Offering) • Mark 12:41-44

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Our vision in New Life Kids Church is to help elementary kids find and follow Jesus. The Orange Strategy is used across all age groups at New Life. In our ministry, we use the 252 Basics curriculum. This curriculum combines the critical influences of the church and the home to provoke discovery and invite kids into a new understanding of how to grow in relationship with Jesus. Weekly resources are used in our ministry and provided to families to ensure that every kid grows up believing ......

  • I can trust God no matter what.
  • I need to make the wise choice.
  • I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

You can check out the spectrum of the Orange Strategy by...

What's Happening at Kid's Church

Sunday Service Details

FIRST_WEDNESDAY

Sept - June from 6:30pm - 8:15pm.

(First Wednesday of each month during the school year)
*We ask families to come back at 8 pm to see what we are learning about and doing

During F1rst Wednesday we have....

Crew Time

Kids meet in their Crews and …

  • Share their memory verse from the past month and study the verse for the coming month
  • Prayer requests and prayer time
  • Prize box for Verse Memorization and Birthdays

then…

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Crews have a rotating schedule of the following 3 stations:

Craft

The kids do craft service projects to be a blessing to other people. These vary month to month. (check out the schedule below)

Craziness (Games)

The kids play games to build community with their Crew and Crew Coaches.

Sometimes they are traditional games (kickball, freeze tag) other times creative new activities to match and help illustrate the lesson for the month.

Crumbs (Snack)

The kids enjoy a snack, often a sweet one since it is after dinner time, with their friends and Crew Coaches.

Sometimes a simple treat, other times a creation of its own to complement the lesson!

Kids Church Crew 2017-2018

Blue Crew

K-1st Grade Boys

Red Crew

2nd/3rd Grade Boys

Green Crew

4th/5th Grade Boys

Pink Crew

K-1st Grade Girls

Purple Crew

2nd/3rd Grade Girls

Yellow Crew

4th/5th Grade Girls

What Does It Mean? Just click on each term below to learn more

F1RST Wednesday Calendar 2017-2018

Sept 6th
Stock our “Lunch Box” for Woodfin Elementary(A)


Oct 4th
Operation Christmas Child Project(B)


Nov 1st
Creating Christmas Caroling Gifts


Dec 6th
Whole family : Christmas Caroling
Location-TBD


Jan 3rd
Project Linus Blankets


Feb 7th
Creating Cars for Grand Prix and
Valentine Cards for Compassion Kids


Mar 7th
Creating Cars for Grand Prix and
Place mats for Meals on Wheels


**April 11th **
(second Wednesday because of Spring Break)
Whole family : Grand Prix Car Race
Location-New Life


May 2nd
Operation Gratitude(C)
Sending care packages to our military serving overseas,
with additional items they can give to kids in those conflict areas


June 6th
Whole family : Talent Show/6th Grade Move up
Location-New Life

(A)New Life Lunch Box List:
(bring Sept 6th)

Canned Tuna - Breakfast Bars - Peanut Butter - Jelly - Mac n Cheese - Ramen Noodles -
individually packaged, ready to eat: crackers, fruit cups, etc

DO NOT INCLUDE: canned vegetables, other ingredients that need prepping for cooking, out of date items

(B)Operation Christmas Child List:
(bring Oct 4th)

TOYS: Include items that children will immediately embrace such as dolls, toy cars, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, jump ropes, balls, toys that light up and make noise (with extra batteries),

SCHOOL SUPPLIES: pens, pencils and sharpeners, crayons, markers, notebooks, paper, solar calculators, coloring and picture books, etc.

NON-LIQUID HYGIENE ITEMS: toothbrushes, bar soap, combs, washcloths, etc.

ACCESSORIES: t-shirts, socks, hats, sunglasses, hair clips, jewelry, watches, flashlights (with extra batteries), etc.

DO NOT INCLUDE: Used or damaged items; war-related items such as toy guns, knives or military figures; chocolate or food; out-of-date candy; liquids or lotions; medications or vitamins; breakable items such as snowglobes or glass containers; aerosol cans.

(C) Operation Gratitude List: (bring May 2nd)

  • Knit or Crocheted Scarves and Hats
  • Cool-Ties/Bandana Coolers (Make Cool Ties)
  • Paracord Survival Bracelets
  • Beanie Babies, Webkinz, Amigurumi, or other Small Plush Toys (6 inches or smaller)
  • Hand Sanitizer (1 to 3 ounce size)
  • Socks (black, brown, green, tan; not white)
  • Drink Mix Packets (single serve, Kool-Aid,
    Crystal Light, etc.)
  • Gum
  • Lip Balm (with extra seal)
  • Mouthwash (Travel size)
  • Tissue (individual packets)
  • QTips (travel size packets)
  • Moist Towelettes (individual packets)
  • Sunscreen (Travel size, Non-Aerosol)
  • Travel-size Toiletries (Shampoo, Body Wash, Lotion)

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