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All Church Mini-Retreat at Camp New Hope
Saturday, May 15, 9:00am-12:00 noon
Theme: “One Anothering: Century 1 and Century 21”
What does it mean to be the beloved community that God desires In the 21st century? What can we learn from Jesus and from the 1st century church about building ”one another”? Join us for a fun morning for all ages that will include games, crafts, and interactive worship in the lovely outdoor setting of Camp New Hope. You may choose to extend your day by purchasing a box lunch to enjoy afterward, and we hope to also offer a couple of hike options in the afternoon. Register now or contact Marietta Wynands, Director of Christian Education.
God’s Good Creation, a Summer Mission eXperience for Children
June 28 – July 2, 9:00am – 12:00pm on the Westminster Campus
Register your children (rising K–6th grade) for an exciting week on Westminster’s expansive outdoor campus as we learn how God calls us to join with God’s good creation in ending hunger! We’ll celebrate the gifts that God has created – gifts that can help build a world where all are fed. Through fun skits, Bible stories, crafts, simulation, and recreation stations, campers will grow in faith as they play, learn, and work toward ending hunger in their community and around the world. God’s Good Creation is about hunger and hope. We will practice strict safety and cleaning protocols. Maximum capacity is 32 children. Register now!
Contact: Marietta Wynands, Director of Christian Education
A Playlist for Your Family’s Holy Week & Easter Journey
Enter into the story of Jesus’ journey from darkness into the joyful light of Easter morning by choosing some of these activities.
God’s Big Easter Story – a Holy Week Journey: Simple day-by-day meditations for your whole family.
Enjoy a simple recipe for hot cross buns to make and enjoy as a family on Holy Saturday or Easter morning.
Make a butterfly craft using items you likely have at home.
Children: Watch a Godly Play video ~ Jesus is Risen and Appears to Mary Magdalene
Youth and Adults: Watch this creative, contemplative reading of the Easter story as told from John 20. What words or images stir in you as you hear and see it?