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Kids' Online Worship

August 2 Online Worship Experience

Find links to the preschool, elementary, and preteen videos for this week HERE!

Preschool: Lucy is taking pictures with her new camera while Luis tells a true story from the Bible about the maker of all people, God. He made us all wonderfully and different. But not just that—God made us to learn, to create, and to help.

Elementary (Kindergarten through 3rd grade): In the beginning, there was nothing but God. But when God saw nothing, He saw a blank canvas. He created . . . everything. And He said it was all good!

Preteen (grades 4th and 5th): On today’s So & So Show, Kellen tells us how God created the world and everything in it . . . including people. Where do YOU see God’s creativity?

July 26 Online Worship Experience

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Preschool: In the Wonder Clubhouse, Manny practices his “I Spy” skills by making his own eye chart. And Aisha tells us a story about a special place called Heaven.

Elementary (Kindergarten through 3rd grade): While John was on the island of Patmos, God gave him a glimpse of what heaven will be like. John discovered that following Jesus will turn out greater than we can imagine.

Preteen (grades 4th and 5th): The So & So Show takes a look at the book of Revelation, and asks a big question: “What happens next?” The answer is better than we can imagine. 

July 19 Online Worship Experience

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Preschool: Manny has told Poppy there are three purple things in the Wonder Clubhouse, but she can’t find them. She wonders if what he told her was true. Ollie tells us a story about Paul, who let everyone know that Jesus tells the truth all the time—so we can believe Him.

Elementary (Kindergarten through 3rd grade): Things were not going well for Paul. He was taken on a ship as a prisoner . . . and then the ship sank! But even when others around him were angry, scared, or anxious, Paul trusted in God. Knowing Jesus changes the way you see your problems.

Preteen (grades 4th and 5th): When Jon is unavailable, Brandon calls in an emergency surprise co-host. Kellen tells us an epic story about the apostle Paul, a shipwreck, and the island of Malta—and how God is in control no matter what.

 

July 12 Online Worship Experience

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Preschool: In the clubhouse, Manny shows us his “I Spy” books his mom got from the library. Aisha uses the cupcake food truck to tell us a story about Paul and how he spotted the things God made to tell others about Jesus.

Elementary (Kindergarten through 3rd grade): When Paul went to Athens, he saw people searching for something to believe in. Paul decided to share what he knew about Jesus to help others know Him, too. 

Preteen (grades 4th and 5th): The So & So crew enlist the Human Head Puppet Theater to tell us the story of Paul in the city of Athens, and how he told people about Jesus.


July 5 Online Worship Experience

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Preschool: Poppy continues our “I Spy” in the Wonder Clubhouse to play a fun game with foam letters. Justin the mailman tells us a true story about how Jesus loves everyone, even when people who are our friends say hurtful things.

Elementary (Kindergarten through 3rd grade): This Sunday, we’ll look at how grace is a gift for everyone—no matter what we’ve done. There’s nothing we can do to make God love us more . . . because He already loves us more than we can imagine.

Preteen (grades 4th and 5th): The So & So Show celebrates Christmas in July, because, well, who doesn’t love a gift? Especially when we’re talking about a gift for everyone!