Our New Normal
Roberta - email@example.com
While I know families are spending a lot of time adapting to the tsunami of technology for yourselves and your families, I did want to offer ways in which our learning can continue, I'll try to make this in the most user friendly way possible, and welcome ideas and input.
Kids - there will be a weekly live Time for the Children. This will allow us all to remain connected as we learn God's Word. The kids miss each other!
Sunday School - will be available online, on demand, with a weekly lesson and options ready for parents when they are.
Youth - I'm getting creative in ways for us to connect, and even have pizza?!?! Watch for upcoming emails.
Adults - Faith Book Group, TOD, and weekly Small Group are available.
For all of these - watch for emails to announce upcoming activities. If you know of someone who may not get email, please reach out to them with the new information.
God has a plan...he's got us covered...it will get better!
Christian Education is for everyone!
There are many opportunities to feed your spirit, and pursue your journey in learning.
Our education ministry is active and growing.
Please join us for these and other events to share fellowship, expand your circle of friends, and continue learning in faith.
We have weekly Sunday School for grades Preschool - eighth grades, adult education, Summer Sundays, weekly youth group, book groups, and assorted Presbyterian Women's faith studies.
We are constantly looking for new ideas and welcome anyone who would like to participate in our education ministry. Please, come and join us!
Upcoming Events and News:
Have a cup a coffee and check out
It's a really cool daily devotional -
perfect to stay cool this summer!
Go to this website for great reading lists from kids to adults! Happy reading!
- Do you have a Bible? Anyone from third grade up should have their own Bible. Let Roberta know if you need one.
- High School Students - Do you need community service hours? Volunteers welcome Sunday School classes.
- Do you need a Web Photo Permission Release? Let Roberta know.
Have you checked out the
For Parents Page?
How about the For Kids Page?
Well - "whatcha" waiting for??? Go! Enjoy!
On Sunday I had the privilege of sharing my thoughts on Psalm 30, and how it relates to happiness, sorrow, and joy. I referred to a TED talk. The title was What Makes a Good Life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness. Here is the link, as promised, to the TED talk - I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.