Children's Ministry

Updates from the Children's Ministry.

  1. Discover 252 Summer Day Camp Coming in 2019

    Hey Hope Families,

    I am happy to let you know that Hope Chapel is partnering with Brentwood Bible Church to host the Discover 252 summer day camp in June 2019.

    Discover 252 is run by T Bar M Camps of New Braunfels. This is a wonderful Christian camp opportunity for children of Hope as well as kids from all around Austin. Make plans now to attend and bring your friends.

    Quick facts about the T Bar M Day Camp:

    • Designed for kids who have finished K-4th Grades.
    • Monday – Friday, June 17 through June 22, 2019.
    • Meets each day from 8:30am – 4:30pm.
    • Held @ Brentwood Bible Church on Woodrow Avenue (just around the corner from Hope Chapel).

    Visit T Bar M Camps to learn more.

  2. AtHome Weekly available online for parents

    Dear Parents,

    As a way to partner with you as you disciple your children, we are happy to provide you with a PDF of the HomeFront Weekly handout.

    HomeFront Weeklies are far more than a “Take-Home” page: they allow you to pre-teach the Bible lesson that will be taught next Sunday morning in our kids’ classes at Hope Chapel.  They are a valuable tool which can equip you to be the primary nurturers of your children’s faith in your home during the week.

    Take some time this week to read through the scripture passages and do a couple of the activities with your children. You’ll be glad you did!

    Family Together Time for November 11

    Threes & Fours AtHome Weekly for Oct 21-Nov 11

    Kindergarten AtHome Weekly for November 11

    Elementary AtHome Weekly for November 11

     

  3. 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
  4. 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.

  5. August 11th Parenting Conversation

    Are you looking for encouragement in your parenting journey? Join Hala and other experienced parents for an encouraging morning of talking about creating a Christian home.

    Sign up for the class and childcare by contacting Hala.

  6. Christmas Program Dress Rehearsal– This Saturday

    Dear Parents of Hope,

    For those of you who have children aged three and up, there is a great likelihood that they will need to be at the dress rehearsal for our Christmas program this Saturday, December 5.

    According to the schedule, elementary kids will sing their first song at 9:45 and preschoolers (3’s, 4’s, 5’s, and kinders) will be singing about an hour later than that. If you have children playing on the worship team, they need to be at Hope by 8:30. Junior High kids who are readers also need to be at Hope by 8:30.

    If you have both elementary and preschool children, you can bring your older kids and leave them in the care of Anne Tibbetts and then come back for the preschool rehearsal section. Also, you may want to have your child bring a book to read or a pad to draw on while they wait for their turn to rehearse.

    The program is on Sunday at 6pm. Please plan on arriving at Hope no later than 5:30. Preschoolers can be brought to the sanctuary and elementary kids can go up to the den to warm up their voices with Anne Tibbetts.

    What to wear: Long pants or skirts, dark colors or Christmas colors or just a nice outfit. Whatever you already own is great!

    You can ask Nance more questions on Saturday at the rehearsal. Thank you so much for working with us to make great memories!

     

     

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