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FaithKids Programming for 2022-2023

Sunday School

First Hour  //  9:00-10:15

While parents attend their own Grow Class, Kids will learn their own Bible lesson during first hour. Check in your child using our KidCheck system at the KidZone desk. Check out the room assignments for your child:

Infants & ToddlersAges 0-2  ∙  Room 180

Preschool
Ages 3-4  ∙  Room 174

Lower Elementary
Kindergarten – 2nd Grade  ∙  Room 178

Middle Elementary2nd – 3rd Grade  ∙  Room 172

Upper Elementary
3rd – 5th Grade  ∙  Room 170

 

Second Hour Kids

Second Hour  //   Released prior to the Sermon

Infant and Todder childcare are available for the entire service. Kids ages 3 through 3rd grade begin with worship in the service and then exit for Catechism classes. Here’s how it works:

Parents, you will check your child in prior to service (feel free to use either KidCheck kiosk, upstairs or downstairs) and they will be dismissed at the beginning of announcements. A parent/guardian will accompany the child to childcare “line” outside the doors of the Worship Center and check-in the child using the sheet provided by the childcare volunteer. (Note: If your child has been to Sunday school and still has their KidCheck name tag, no need to check them in but just have them join the line). During their time in our Second Hour Kids program, your child will be taught a brief catechism lesson based on the New City Catechism.

InfantsAges 0-18months ∙  Room 186

ToddlersAges 18 month-2 years  ∙  Room 180

Preschool
Ages 3-4  ∙  Room 174

Lower Elementary
Kindergarten – 2nd Grade  ∙  Room 178

Middle Elementary2nd – 3rd Grade  ∙  Room 172

 

Family Resources for 2022-2023

Tools for At-Home Discipleship

FaithKids is releasing new resources for at-home discipleship for the upcoming year. To purchase, stop by the Info Desk before or after services, or email Kendra Carter at kendra@faithliveitout.org. The four resources available for purchase are:

“More Than A Story: Old Testament” Bible Resource – If you liked the Jesus Storybook Bible, you’ll definitely want to check this book out. More Than a Story: Old Testament is a new kind of Bible resource for children—taking them on a chronological journey through the Bible with a God-centered, gospel-focused, discipleship-oriented, theologically grounded perspective. Written in an interactive style, it enables parents and children to engage in conversations addressing the mind, heart, and will, encouraging children to “set their hope in God” (Psalm 78:7). Above all, More Than a Story was written to inspire the worship of God for the glory of God!  It’s a great devotional Bible for preschooler through elementary kids.

Foundations Verses  – Foundation Verses (ESV) are strategically chosen Bible verses for children 2-5 years old. The pack includes 76 short passages with image prompts to help non-readers remember the passage. The vision of this set is to lay a firm foundation of basic biblical truth that will pave the way for faith response and establish the habit of hiding God’s Word in the heart.

Foundations Verses Coloring Book – This is a companion resource to the Foundations Verses. The coloring book gives children of a visual representation of each of the 76 verses found in the Foundations Verse memory set.

Fighter Verses – This scripture memory tool is for elementary-adults. This Fighter Verses™ compilation of 260 passages will help believers fight the fight of faith. They provide the encouragement we need daily, focusing our thoughts in three main directions: fixing our hearts on the character and worth of our great God; battling the desires of our flesh; and rejoicing in the work of Christ in the Gospel. If you did the math, you figured out that is breaks down to 52 passages per year for 5 years. Don’t worry! You can go at your own pace! *Note: there is also an app version too.

Fighter Verses Coloring Book – This is a companion resource to the Fighter Verses. The coloring book gives children of all ages a visual representation of each of the 52 verses along with a key truth statement to focus on. It encourages them memorize the verse along with the whole family. It’s a great too to assist your younger kiddos as they memorize the same scripture verse as older siblings.

Additional Info:

For additional information about these resources, check out Truth:78.org.

This tools are intended to be used at your own pace at home.

Anyone can order these resources. We are encouraging all FaithKid families to purchase these since FaithKids will not be sending home any content for the remainder of the school year. Grandparents are welcome to order too! For anyone who has struggled with scripture memory and seeking to create a new habit, the Fighter Verses are a great tool for any junior/senior high student or adult.

All purchases must be picked up from Faith Church on Sundays.

If you’d prefer them to be shipped to your home, these items are available for purchase at www.Truth:78.org.

Have a 6th, 7th, or 8th grader?

Jr.high ministry is a great place for students to connect with friends, focus on building a strong biblical environment, and have some serious fun.

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2022-2023 AWANA Clubs

Registration Closed

Registration Closed. Please check back next August for registration information for the 2023-2024 club.

Here are a few important details:

• All kids will be given a special AWANA bag to keep and transport materials (handbooks/bibles). Kids will used these bags from Cubbies through T&T.

• If your child lost their AWANA bag, handbook or AWANA vest/shirt, families will be asked to pay a replacement fee for those items. Each clubber will be issued their first set of material needed as they progress through the program. If those originally issued items need to be replaced or if your child out grows T&T shirt, a replacement fee will be charged.

The fees are: $15 per handbook vest or handbook, $10 per T&T shirt and $7 per AWANA bag. Replacements can be purchased when you register your child (see form). During the year, please email awana@faithliveitout.org to order replacements.

• AWANA will not issue individual writing utensils that need to be brought to club each week. Instead, we are returning to pre-COVID procedures of using group writing utensils in the classroom.

• AWANA take 2 weeks off for spring break this year.

AWANA Calendar Overview:

The AWANA calendar is divided into the following segments with 21 “regular club” nights plus 2 special event nights:

  • September 7th -November 2nd  (8 weeks)
    • No AWANA on 10/12 for fall break
  • January 11th – February 8th (5 weeks)
    • 2/15 is the Grand Prix.
    • No AWANA on 2/22 for Ash Wednesday Service
  • March 1st – March 22nd (4 weeks)
    • No AWANA on 3/29
    • No AWANA on 4/5 for spring break
  • April 12th- May 3rd (4 weeks)
    • Awards Night on 5/10

Special Events:

  • Parent Information Meeting | September 7th beginning at 6:40PM  This will be our first night of Club discuss building rules and how to help your child at home with scripture memorization.
  • The Derby | February 15th
  • Campout | May 5th-6th
  • Awards Night | May 10th