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Children & Youth Ministries this week (1/16)


Sunday morning, while parents are in worship, the SPKidz Nursery located in Nursery LN with the new bulletin board, restored chalk board, new swing-away changing table, trim work and increased safety measures will be busy with your little ones.

The SPKidz Ministry will be engaged in Christian learning through scripture, video, music and crafts in SPKidz SQ led by SPKidz TEAM member Jordan and supported by fellow members Ari and Aaron sharing duties between the Nursery and SPKidz.


The Middle School aged youth in iCLUB will have activities and scripture based discussion with Kraig in iCLUB CT along with prayer and planning for the future.

Later, that afternoon the youth-led Praise NEW GENERATION will come back into rehearsal welcoming a new drummer to join the Praise Team of Aaron, Jordan, Jon, Mia and Dylan, supported by Deborah as they continue work on several pieces. It is anticipated that Praise NEW GENERATION will return to presenting God's Message through music in February.

Immediately following Praise NEW GENERATION, the SPYouth team will gather for a unique version of kickball. The rules are always a little different when the youth gather together. The activity and subsequent discussion will be based on five scriptures about teamwork.


SPYouth will also do a photo for Cristian our sponsor child in Mexico and discuss some final planning for Rock The Universe coming up quickly. The session ends in our traditional meal and free wheeling discussion time. The meal this week will be provided by Kraig and Deborah and will be Lee's Chicken with various sides!!!


You can stay up to date on the many activities among the seven ministries of the Children & Youth Ministry collective with The Shepherd, New and Notes from the Children & Youth Ministries found at http://spshepherd.org which also contains a monthly calendar of events and the regular meeting schedule for each month.


Thank you to everyone who supports the Children & Youth Ministries at St. Paul's through your time, dollars and energy. You are appreciated more than you could know.



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