Classes are held Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. in the Education Wing for 6th-8th
graders and 9th -12th graders.
talked with the owner of Coffee with Friends and she
would love for our youth to meet on Wednesday
mornings at the coffee shop. She has even
given us a price of $1.00 for a cup of coffee/cocoa.
Starting January 4th, stop by and have a cup of
coffee/cocoa before you head back to school.
It's late start so you have a little more time.
I'll be there at 7:00 a.m. and would be thrilled to
visit with you. Besides that, CWF has nice
The High School
Sunday school class has started the book "Creed: What Christians Believe and Why". This
is a 6-week series by Adam Hamilton that will help
us understand our beliefs and what the Apostles'
Creed really means. We have said this Creed in
church for as long as we can remember, so now we
will study it's actual meaning. This book is quite
interesting to me personally. As a woman of
science, it can be difficult to balance one's belief
of God and at the same time watch new solar systems
being born. This book helps me to realize that
I'm not alone in my belief that science and God can
exist together, and that's a great gift.
The Junior High School
Sunday School will be focusing on lessons from Mark.
They will focus on Sharing, Knowing Jesus,
Dicipleship, and Faith. Speaking of sharing. .
. do you have a couch that could be re-homed?
We are looking for another couch to add to the Jr.
High room. Just let the church know, and we'll
set a time to come and get it.
We are getting
closer to making the Gaga Ball pit a reality.
Henry Mann (grandson of Diane Mann) will be leading
this project. This is his Eagle Scout project.
He has received the inital approval from the Board
of Trustees. He will be finishing his final
design, selecting a location, raising the funds, and
recruiting volunteers. if you would like to
donate to this project, please send your funds to
the church and reference Gaga Ball Pit.
A huge THANK YOU
to the youth and adults that helped "watch" our
younger members on December 18th. They were
Jenna McCulloch, Ella Nelson, Elliot Herod, Gavin
Strawn, Anna Kock, Katelyn Koch and Diane Reed.
It was a hugh blessing for the families that needed
to finish wrapping gifts while the little ones were
The Youth are
watching The Chronicles of Narnia--The Lion, The
Witch, and the Wardrobe. There are many
lessons we can take from this story. C.S.
Lewis' story telling intertwines the teachings of
Jesus into the relatable tales for young peple to
understand the importance of doing good, standing up
for the weaker people, and sometimes making the
ultimate sacrifice, as Aslan did to save Edmund.
The youth will be
making hearts again for Valentine's Day. We
will have them ready by February 5th and 12th.
Please take one or more and give to someone that
needs a little extra love and hope during February.
If you would like us to mail one, please let the
office know and we will get the hearts in the mail.
I look forward to seeing our youth on Wednesdays
at 6:30 pm and
Sundays at 7:30 pm!
Share the Love!