Children's Ministry

Updates from the Children's Ministry.

  1. Parent/Child Dedication Classes Coming Soon

    Dear Hope Parents,

    Have you had a baby, finalized an adoption or simply decided that you would like to publicly dedicate your child to the Lord Jesus? Good news! We have a service scheduled for Sunday, August 30.

    In order to help make the Dedication service more meaningful, we ask parents to attend two classes prior to participating. Class one with Geno, covers the “why” of child dedication as well as how to bless your children. Class two with Hala and a panel of experienced parents, covers  the principles of creating a Christian home and protecting your marriage, followed by a great time of Q and A. Details for the class dates will be set once parents express interest in participating.

    All parents are invited to join us for either class whether or not you intend to participate in the dedication service or not. And class two is open to anyone needing a parenting/marriage tuneup in these terrible COVID days.

    RSVP to Hala today in order to reserve your spot.

  2. Children’s Baptism Class on July 25

    Hello Parents of Hope!

    If your child has been asking about being baptized this year, please plan on attending two classes with Matt Ryniker and Hala Tompkins on July 25 and August 8. We’ll begin at 9:30am in the Family Room.

    Designed for children aged eight and older, these two classes are designed to help parents and kids determine together if this is the right year for baptism. Because of this, parents are asked to attend class with their children each week and childcare will be provided upon request. Details for the baptism service will be set once participants are confirmed.

    Contact Hala if you have more questions or would like to sign up for the class.

  3. Sunday Morning Activity Sheets for Kids

    Dear Parents,

    We cannot be together Sundays because of COVID-19 but I am providing family activity sheets for you to print out for your younger children (age 3-6) as they participate in church via livestream on Sundays. Be sure to open the weekly PDF from Remind also; it is full of lessons and songs for your children’s spiritual growth.

    Please take care of yourselves and each other, and I pray that we are all together worshiping Jesus soon!

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    Blessings and health to you and your household.

    hala

  4. Come watch The Pilgrim’s Progress on March 20

    Just in time for spring break:

    Hope Chapel has been chosen as a pre-release location of the new movie, The Pilgrim’s Progress. We’ll play on the playground and eat dinner outside starting at 5. The movie will begin at 6:15 in the sanctuary. Bring a friend!

    Contact Emily Harris for more details.

     

  5. Parenting Conversations– an ongoing opportunity

    Are you looking for encouragement in your parenting journey? Do you just need to talk through a situation with an experienced parent? Hope Chapel’s children’s ministry exists to partner with parents and to strengthen you for the marathon of raising kids to love Jesus.

    We LOVE empowering parents to be parents! Just complete the form below and we’ll be in touch!


    Parenting Conversation Request

    Sign up your child here!
    • Your First and Last Name
    • Phone Number
    • Email
    • Topic you'd like to discuss
  6. Babysitting 101 coming again in 2019

    We’ll take sign ups for our second Babysitting 101 class starting in January. Check back here for updates.


    Calling all kids aged 9 and older. Do you enjoy being with little kids but wish you had more skills in order to take care of them? Are you an older brother or sister who needs ideas on how to keep your younger siblings entertained and out of trouble? Do you want little kids to follow your instructions?

    Join Ariel Czerwinski and Hala Tompkins for Babysitting 101 on Saturday, August 18, from 9-10:30am. Topics to be covered include:

    • How to create a plan for your babysitting assignment (ideas for activities, crafts and games).
    • What information you need before parents walk out of the house (emergency contact info and allergy info form).
    • What to do if someone gets an “owie” ? (Basic first aid and when to call 911.)
    • Why “stranger danger” is a good thing. (Safety and common sense.)

    Kids who complete the class will leave with a Babysitting Resource Kit and a certificate of completion.

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