Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."

Matthew 19:14

UPCOMING SUMMER FAMILY ACTIVITIES

KIDS CONNECTION RESUMES IN SEPTEMBER

May 19 was the last Kids Connection for the 2023-2024 school year. We will take a break during the summer and return to regular Kids Connection in September. Families are still invited to the Playdates on the last Sunday of the month, as well as other summer events.
Bring your family to All Saints on July 30 from 6-8pm for a Family Game Night. Challenge another family to a board or card game, or just come for some family fun. We will have games for all ages and root beer floats! 

Be a part of Kids Connection on Sunday mornings.

Kids Connection is our Sunday morning programming for children age 3 through 5th grade and runs from September through May.

We gather and provide a caring and welcoming space for our kids to come to each week.
See our procedures below to help maintain a safe and healthy environment.
  • Kids Connection starts at the same time as worship (10 am) and begins in the Ministry Center all the way down the stairs.
  • Parents drop off and pick up kids from the Ministry Center.
  • Kids Connection ends at 11am. If the worship service ends before this, parents are invited to enjoy fellowship with other adults until 11am.
  • On the last Sunday of each month, instead of meeting at Kids Connection, we invite families to attend worship together where we'll listen to a special Kids Message.
  • As we've all become accustomed, if you or your child are experiencing COVID-related symptoms, we will ask you to remain at home for the designated quarantine period.
     
We look forward to gathering and providing a safe and welcoming environment for our families! Contact us for information about Kids Connection.

KIDS CONNECTION REGISTRATION












Why Should We Just Let Them Play?

Understand more about the importance of play in this video discussion. Play is the way children interpret and understand their world.

Topics:
  • What could a child possibly learn while playing? 
  • What skills are learned through play? 
  • Strategies promoting more in-depth play
  • Suggestions for toys and materials that teach different things