Hopefully there is room for rest and rejuvenation.
How about room for God?
Have you been looking for a way to add faith conversations in your family? Here’s a suggestion:
Start this coming weekend — or join us any weekend this summer! Worship at Green Wood at 5 pm on Saturday. (Come in your cut-offs!) Then join us downtown on Sunday’s at 9:30 for our…
Summer Movie Series!
For 1st – 6th graders we’ll be using the DVD series Buck Denver Asks … What’s in the Bible? created by Phil Vischer. (Phil created VeggieTales.® That’s Phil in the lower right corner of the collage of movie characters shown below.)
I’ll bet you have questions…
- What is this DVD series about?
A cast of lovable, Muppet-quality puppets interact with Phil Vischer and other real people, teaching how all of the stories of the Bible fit together as God’s great rescue plan! We’ll start in Genesis and work our way through the Bible. (But we won’t have enough weeks to cover it all!)
- Will I, as an adult, really get anything out of this?
Yes! There’s humor, silly songs, and theological concepts explained! I’ll bet you’ll learn something. (I did!)
- Why the change from the usual Rotation lessons?
Summer needs a change of pace; a different way of learning – together as a family!
- What about my younger kids?
Green Wood is a relaxed environment for worship and kids of all ages benefit from worship. If needed your younger children can attend lessons held downstairs after the children’s moment.
- What about my older kids?
4th grade and up are invited to apply to be a Class Assistant. Contact Beth at church.
What does your summer schedule look like?
Collages were created using pictures from various sources: What’s in the Bible?, Sunday Software, and from photos taken by church members.
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