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Carthage, Missouri

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Christian Education News

Here is a schedule of the Christian Education activities for the coming year.

2017 Schedule

Sunday, April 9 – Sunday School children sing for Palm Sunday in late service
Sunday, April 16 – Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday, July 16 – VBS Kick-off Event
July 23 – 27 – Vacation Bible School
Sunday, Aug. 27 – Sunday School Rally Day
Sunday, Dec. 17 – Children’s Christmas Program 7:00 pm

The Sunday School & Adult Bible Class offerings for the Spring quarter will be going to LCMS World Relief & Human Care to help with the relief efforts after the recent tornados in New Orleans.

If you would be interested in teaching a Sunday School class or would like to be on our substitute list, please contact Denise G. We would love to get more people involved in our Christian Education program.

Children’s Christmas Program

The Christmas story is always beautiful, but when told through the voices and faces of our  children, it becomes even more special.  Be sure to attend this year’s program entitled,  A Gift From Heaven Above, presented on Sunday evening, December 18, at 7:00 pm.  This year the Sunday School children took part in writing some of the lines in the script for the program explaining what Christmas means to them!  Please, come and enjoy the story of Jesus’ birth and listen for the lines written by the children.  There will be refreshments following the program.

 

VBS Pictures

Vacation Bible School “Cave Quest” is off to a great start!  Pictures are being added to the gallery. Click here to check them out.

Children’s Christmas Program

The Christmas story is always beautiful, but when told through the voices and faces of our children, it becomes even more special.  Be sure to attend this year’s program entitled, Bethlehem Elementary School, presented on Sunday evening, Dec. 20, at 7:00 pm.  This year the Sunday School children will be teaching us the story of Jesus’ birth so come and be their students and be ready for a little audience participation!