Epiphany Celebration for Kids!
We have planned a special educational Sunday morning event for kids on Epiphany Sunday, January 6! Epiphany is the time after Christmas when we officially focus on the story of the Three Kings who followed the star and came to visit Jesus. We will start at 9 a.m. and finish with the end of the worship service. ALL kids are welcome!
What you need to do: Kids should be in the Community Room by 9:00 a.m. They should bring a canned or boxed food pantry item as their gift. (We’ll take it from there!)
What will happen: Our friendly leaders will tell the story of the three kings and teach the kids a song. The kids will have time for crafts (including making crowns and stars!). Older and younger kids will split up for an education time. Then the young kings and queens will go on an excursion (within the church) to visit King Herod and then find Mary and Jesus! Kids will join in worship for the offertory, where they will present their (food pantry) gifts and participate in communion with their parents/family in the worship service. (Then a sweet treat for all after worship!)
Parents: You can join us and watch the fun or help with crafts. You can join the weekly adult discussion group that meets at 9 a.m. We’ll also have some adult-focused “edutainment” material for you to consider the themes of Epiphany on your own, if you wish! Questions? Please contact Eric Moy, (317) 341-0085.