A Note from Ms. Tina
I hope you are having fun with the “Moment for Household Worship” videos each week. If you’d like to revisit and discuss them, they can be found on YouTube by searching Fenton First Presbyterian Church, or in your weekly worship e-news. If you know of a family who might enjoy and benefit from the video messages, please forward each video link along; this is one way to be church and share Jesus’ message!
Looking for simple and free faith formation activities at home? Visit our website under the Education tab and click on the Illustrated Ministry button, or use this link https://ffpc.org/illustrated-ministry/ to find coloring pages, weekly Lectionary lessons, and questions to consider. Use them for personal devotion time or family faith discussions. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
God’s Peace and Love be with you,
Click this link for the He is Risen Easter Family Guide by minno
There’s No Wrong Way to Pray by Rebecca Ninke and Kate E.H. Watson
Prayers don’t have to sound holy to be holy! Author Rebecca Ninke teamed up with her ten-year-old daughter for this kid-friendly reflection on talking to God in the everyday moments of life. Sometimes funny, sometimes profound, and always genuine, the result is an honest book that will inspire kids of all ages and faith experiences and reassure them that there’s no wrong way to talk to God..
Click here for a free Family Discussion Guide.
Gospel Project Sunday School
This new curriculum for children birth through 5th grade teaches that the Bible is a unified story of God’s saving grace. Because the Bible is one story, children learn how every passage of Scripture points us to the gospel, learning who Jesus is, and reminds us of God’s redeeming work. Students spend equal time in the Old and New Testaments, learning the key distinction of each and how they fit together.
During 9am and 11am worship, preschool children may attend worship through the “time with children,” and then head downstairs to the preschool room for Sunday school. parent are asked to pick their child up from class.
Sunday school for children kindergarten through 5th grade takes place during the 11 a.m. worship service after the “time with children.” After worship, the children are brought to parents in Fellowship Hall by 12:15.
Nursery care is provided for children up to 2 years of age on Sunday mornings, birth through preschool during Wednesday evening programs, and upon request for other programs. Beginning faith formation is offered through simple prayer, song and Bible stories. At the age of three, children are transitioned into our preschool program with input from parents, and support from the Nursery Care Provider and Education Director.
As a community of Christian faith, First Presbyterian Church – Fenton is committed to creating and maintaining programs, facilities and a community in which our congregation, staff, friends and volunteers nurture good conduct as demonstrated by personal behaviors that are consistent with our Christian values. To view our complete policy, click on the link above.