Unit Description: While Paul was in prison, he continued to write to the church and shared how Christians never lose hope even in difficult situations because Jesus is returning for His people one day.
Aug 12: Bible Story: Jesus Will Return, Bible Passage: Revelation 21–22, Main Point: Jesus will come back and make all things new.
Aug 19: In this session’s study of Revelation, we will see that the purpose of our singing is not the only thing that matters, but also the content of what we sing. It is not enough that we sing; who we sing to and why we sing to Him is the most important thing. As we trace two songs of praise to God in Revelation 4–5, we will see that we sing to our God who is holy, powerful, eternal, and the One who created everything. We also sing to the Lamb who redeemed people by His blood and who reigns forever. Scripture: Revelation 4:2–5:14: The Point: God calls us to worship here on earth in anticipation of our worship of the Lamb in heaven.
Aug 26: As we close out this three-year journey through the Bible, we study Jesus’ return, when all things will be restored. What sin and rebellion broke in Eden, Jesus will put back together again—He will make all things new. Jesus will also separate all unbelievers from believers. Those who refused to trust in Christ will be judged, but those who have trusted in Him will live with God under His loving rule forever, according to God’s plan in creation.Scripture: Revelation 21:1-8; 22:1-5,8-15 – The Point: God calls us to live in light of His promise to make all things new.
Each service hour uses the Gospel Project Curriculum that focuses on the weekly scripture and Bible story, but the activities and teaching are different each hour to allow children to have two different lessons each Sunday, if you are a two service family. Music, snacks, and a playtime are also included during your child’s Sunday school class time.
Your Kindergartener will be greeted by their teacher in the Green 3 room where you will check your child in and receive a security check label. The teacher will have placed a warm-up activity/game for children to complete as the class arrives. After, the class gathers for circle time to listen to the Bible story and lesson discussion. Children are then dismissed to work at tables to complete the activity based on the Bible story. The teacher and assistant will assist individual students needing support. Each lesson will have a memory scripture that the class will recite and that can be practiced at home. As the children complete their class activity, prayer and snack is given. Free activity play is given at the end of class.
Kindergarten – What to expect?
At West Hills Community Church, your children will find a safe, fun, and loving environment to help them grow in the love and knowledge of Jesus Christ. All of our teachers have gone through finger printing and child safety procedures. We invite you to come as a family and grow together in your relationship with Christ. Kindergarteners enjoy Bible stories music, games, and activities based on the Gospel Project curriculum. You will check your child in and out of their classroom using their signed tag. We usually serve Goldfish & water from paper cups. If serving something else, a note posted outside the classroom will be provided.
9:00 AM - Miss Selma
Miss Selma has been a faithful teacher to our Kindergarten classes for several years. She finds great joy in teaching the Kinders because they are old enough to understand so much about Jesus and appreciates their honesty.
10:45 AM - Miss Catherine & Mrs. Schmidt
Miss Catherine has been teaching Kindergarten as she has a love for teaching little ones about Jesus’ love for us. In her words, “nothing is greater and nothing can keep us from it!” Mrs. Schmidt returns back to teach pre-school as she has a love and passion to teach children of the love of Christ. Both teachers will be ready to welcome your little ones into this next step of learning about the love of Jesus for them!
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