hopeKIDZ is Hope's new ROTATIONAL Sunday School meeting every Sunday at 10 am!
During hopeKIDZ, we learn actively about the God's love for us . . . through play and story and hands-on experiences. Our stations include cooking, games, art, drama, video, crafts, science and more! We focus on multi-sensory learning that teaches to multiple intelligences.
EVERY KID is welcome at hopeKIDZ! It doesn't matter what you wear
(in fact, we hope you dress for FUN!) and it doesn't matter what your family looks like!
It doesn't matter if you can make it every Sunday or only one Sunday a month:
we love having you with us and you are always welcome!
One thing that's great about our new Sunday School format is that parents no longer
need to volunteer for an entire year in order to help. We encourage all parents to
volunteer to teach or serve as a guide for one or two four-week rotation. . . .
it's a great fit for our busy, modern lives!
Questions? Click here to email Susanna Muzzin.
Parent Orientation for hopeKIDZ Sunday School will be September 17
after the 10 am service. The first day for hopeKIDZ Sunday School will be September 24.
Join us on Wednesday, October 25 at 6pm for our annual TRUNK or TREAT!
Families can visit decorated cars for treats in the back parking lot, and then come inside for pizza, pop, and games! ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
JAM is Hope's Wednesday night ministry for kids from age 3 to 4th grade. Each week, kids explore a new Bible story through their own choices - crafts, games, skits, science, cooking, or even building blocks! Want more information? Click here to email Susanna Muzzin.
JAM meets on Wednesday evenings during RnR from 6:00-6:30 pm, followed by SONshine Singers from 6:30-7:00 pm. Come early for dinner and stay for a while!
All children are welcome to the table at Hope; parents decide when they would like their children to take First Communion.
We offer classes once or twice a year depending on interest: the classes are hands on and allow children to explore the meaning of the sacraments (baptism and communion), taste bread and wine, make bread, and make their own communion chalices and patens.
The classes are open to any age, and parents are encouraged to stay with their children.
If you have questions about First Communion, please email Susanna Muzzin!