What’s happening for the rest of June?

a collage of summer photos

What’s up for kids and Christian Education this summer? Lots of learning fun!

At our Green Wood location, kids will have one more workshop on The Great Commission and then they’ll play a review-the-year game. In July they’ll start up our summer video series. Their schedule for June will look like…

Date What’s happening…
June 20 Art Workshop – create quilled-paper handprints, to remind kids that Jesus commands them to “go out” in their everyday living.
June 27 Review the year with a fun game that is sort of like the old TV show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.”

Downtown our summer film series kicks off on June 21st, featuring selections from “Clive & Ian’s Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge.”

Clive and Ian in the Wonder-Blimp of KnowledgeClive and Ian help us explore big questions about God. (When we understand who God is, it helps us to trust God.)

This will be a fun way for kids to enjoy a change of pace from our school-year Rotation lessons. And you’ll be able to continue at home with family discussion!

This video series is by the creator of Veggie Tales, Phil Visher. Here’s a short video clip of Phil explaining about why it is important to teach kids about trusting God. (If you are reading this in an email, you may need to watch this video on YouTube.)

The downtown schedule of big questions will be…

Date Big question…
June 21 Who created the universe?
June 28 Why we should show respect to God, and how do we show respect to God through our prayer?

Please join us for the fun learning at First United Methodist Church in Ann Arbor, MI.


Photo credits:
The collage of summer photos is from my archives.
Other photo from the producer of our video Clive & Ian’s Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge, under a fair use category.

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