Children's News for the Week of 3/13

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March 16- Chili Cookoff and Silent Auction

March 17- Godly Play

March 24- Godly Play

March 31- Godly Play and Club 45

Godly Play

Godly Play, our Sunday School offering for Children, involves the telling of a biblical story and then gives the children some work time, or time to reflect on the story. Godly Play is Montessori based and is a great program that allows the children to learn the story in a hands on way. At St. Teresa's, Godly Play is offered in the classroom at the back of the Parish Hall during the 10 o’clock hour. We’d love to have more volunteers as well. Just let Meg know if you’d be interested.

Club 45

Once a month the 4th and 5th graders get together to build their community and faith. We meet from 12-1 in the Parish Hall on March 31st. We'll talk about Lent this month.

Chili Cook off and Silent Auction

We'll have our annual Chili Cook off and Silent Auction on March 16th. We'd love for you to cook some chili, or come judge.

If you'd like to donate to the Silent Auction, please contact Laura Skinner.

Last Week's Sunday School Lesson

The Exodus

This story takes place in the desert, which is a dangerous place. Pharaoh was King of Egypt and he wanted to keep the people of Egypt there to work for him. Moses asked Pharaoh many times to let his people go. Every time Pharaoh said "No!" After each time, something bad happened in the land, even Pharaoh's son died. Finally, Moses asked again. Pharaoh said yes. So the people of Egypt packed all their stuff and left. But Pharaoh's people came after them. Moses split the sea in two so the people of Egypt could walk on dry land. Moses brought the water back together so Pharaoh's people couldn't cross. The people of Egypt continued on into freedom.

Thinking about the Summer?

Camp Mikell

Summer sessions at Camp Mikell are a week long for each age group. Find out more about each session here and the rates here. You can sign up for camp here.  

To Learn More About Children's Ministries

Email Meg Jones, Youth & Children's Minister.