A Note for Parents
We’d like to offer you something to do at home with your kids since we will not be having services for an unknown amount of weeks going forward and as the country deals with the ongoing pandemic.
We’ll be providing you with weekly resources for every child in your home. So please take some time to enter into the world of Kids Ministry!
A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR MARLON
And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. – Hebrews 10:24–25
This week we are learning about how “Jeremiah Prophesied a New Covenant” so included in this week’s resources is a short video explanation about the book of Jeremiah from The Bible Project. We recommend you watch this before teaching your children this lesson at some point during this week. It would really help you talk with your children about how “Jeremiah Prophesied a New Covenant”.
In addition, please visit the “Kids Worship Zone” section below for a list of exciting praise and worship videos that you and your kids will enjoy. We strongly encourage you to worship at home with your children. The majority of the curriculum and videos being offered were freely provided through the Austin Stone Church and in partnership with Lifeway.
We want to thank all the various ministries for their time and dedication in putting children’s ministry resources together and we certainly hope that they will be a blessing to your entire family.
Overview: Jeremiah (The Bible Project)
KIDS WORSHIP ZONE
It’s easy! Pick 1 or 2 songs that you would like for you and your kids to dance and worship to.
Feel free to use these online Saddleback Kids, children’s services as an alternative. We are moving on to lesson 3 about the life and the person of Jesus.
We also understand that some of you may not have access to a printer and also recognize that some kids and parents might enjoy a lesson through a video format more than printable sheets.
Who is He? Early Childhood Lesson 3 (ages 2-4)
I Am Elementary Lesson 3 (ages 5-11)