Kids don't have to miss JourneyLand! You can find this week's Worship and Bible Story using the links below.
Series: Focus July 27th-31st
Uptown Daily Activities
Series: I Spy July 27th-31st
Downtown Daily Activities
What We're Learning
Our JuLY teaching series
Each time we start a new message series, we post a brief overview of what we are teaching your kids so that parents can have conversations at home about what their kids are learning! We post our series topics in the hope that they can be used as conversation starters for parents and families.
In JourneyLand we understand the important role you as a parent play in your child's spiritual growth. While our volunteers and staff love all the kids, no one has more influence in your child's life than you. With that in mind, we want to ask you to get involved with us in JourneyLand!
FAQs Will I have to teach a class or lead a group? Not necessarily. There are a lot of ways to participate that do not involve being in a classroom or leading a group. Our staff will work with you to find the place you feel comfortable serving.
How often will I need to be involved? That's up to you and is determined by your individual family needs. Some people participate in JourneyLand each week while others serve once or twice a month.
I have more than one kid in JourneyLand. Do I need to be involved more often? No. Participation is based on what works best for your family.
What if I don't feel called to children's ministry? That's ok! If we look outside the church walls we'll see that most parents aren't teachers, but they still participate in their children's education by helping with homework, joining the PTA, or driving in a carpool. Our staff is happy to help you participate in the manner best suited for your family.
Sometimes it is hard to talk about tough topics with your younger kids. This can possibly be made easier through reading a book together and then discussing how the characters feel or how the story makes us feel. Here is a list of books, sorted by topic, that you can read with your child to help get the discussion started, and hopefully allow you to grow and learn together.