30 Jan Exciting Things For VCK Student Leaders
There are a couple of things on the schedule for the 5th-6th Graders that I want to make you aware of, as well as the plan for our meeting time and location once we move into the new gathering space.
New Time & Location
Our time as a mobile church is coming to an end. As we approach our move-in date, I wanted to update you on the plan for 5th-6th Student Leadership Class.
Since we will soon have a place of our own, the Student Leaders will begin meeting at Sharp Point Drive from 5-6:30pm on Sunday evenings as a part of the new Vintage Sunday Night Service.
The VCK Student Leaders will join NEXT Jr. High, High School & College ministries for worship and then split into separate classes for the teaching portion of the evening. We are so excited to merge our worship time with NEXT for one awesome time of encountering the Lord!
Our hope is that parents who have students in both age groups will receive the gift of time by not making multiple trips to separate locations at different times. Instead, their students can be dropped off and picked up at the same time and place.
Super Bowl Sunday
We will be canceling Student Leadership for Super Bowl Sunday (February 1st). Not all of our students care about the Super Bowl, but many of their families do so we would like to give them an afternoon to spend cheering for their team while eating little smokies & Doritos with the rest of their family. 🙂
Fun Day on Monday, Feb. 16th
Since the kids have President’s Day (Monday, Feb. 16th) off from school, we will reschedule group from Sunday to Monday for that week only. Weather permitting, we will take the kids ice skating at the Promenade Shops at Centerra in Loveland from 2pm-4pm.
We will cover the cost for food & beverages, but you will need to send your child with $7 for the ice skating fee (includes rentals).
Our Medical Release and Liability Forms expired in September. Please print the new form and bring it filled out with you to the event: http://goo.gl/XeR40S
We had an amazing time with the student leaders around the campfire last Sunday. One of my favorite things we did was open discussion to the awe and wonder of God and allow them to ask questions about things they do not understand. We spent time marveling at the vastness and gloriousness of God. I love hearing their thoughts and perspective! Where better to do than around the campfire?
“We will not hide these truths from our children; we will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the LORD, about his power and his mighty wonders. 5For he issued his laws to Jacob; he gave his instructions to Israel. He commanded our ancestors to teach them to their children, 6so the next generation might know them—even the children not yet born—and they in turn will teach their own children. 7So each generation should set its hope anew on God, not forgetting his glorious miracles and obeying his commands. 8Then they will not be like their ancestors—stubborn, rebellious, and unfaithful, refusing to give their hearts to God.” Psalm 78:48 4