Hi UHC Kids! This week we continue our study on why prayer matters and building a relationship with the Lord. You will do an at home scavenger hunt looking for ways we communicate with each other! I hope you enjoy our lesson! -Ms. Jenna
Hey Toddlers! We are going to sing along with this song about Noah’s ark this week. We also have some great coloring sheets for you to enjoy as you sing! -Ms. Jenna
Hi UHC Kids and Family! This week we are learning to tell God our emotions through prayer. He is always listening. Enjoy this video from Crossroads Church and then make your own emotions board game or card game. You can get some great ideas HERE. Use your creativity and try to get the whole family involved! Praying for you!
Toddlers: See if you can sing along to Jesus loves me and learn some of the hand signs! See if you can sing with someone else in your family. You are loved!
This week in toddlers we are learning a new song with sign language “Jesus Loves Me.” Learn the signs together as a family and sing along. There is an additional coloring page to color. This week in kids class (k-5) we are reviewing how we can establish a relationship with God through PRAYer. We will review the PRAY acronym from last week and you will discover and create a quiet prayer spot at home. With love in Jesus -Ms. Jenna.
This week are we are learning about different ways you can pray to God and develop a deeper relationship with Him. God longs for a deep relationship with His children on Earth. Watch his video from Crossroads church and think about how/where can you pray this week. Create a praise bookmark to keep in your bible or devotional to remind you of different ways you can pray. Also join us at 10Am for a live Zoom meeting with your church friends. We will play a game and chat with each other. Miss you all!
This week we are revisiting the parable of the sower. In preparation for this lesson look through your bible and see what verses remind you of winter and which ones remind you of spring. When you are reading those with your parents think about how Jesus uses both the parable of the sower and the picture of spring to talk about how we can grow in Jesus ourselves as well as grow others and prepare them for knowing who Jesus is.
Hi UHC families, today we are learning about Jesus’s love for us. He loved us so much he died for our sins so that we could have eternal life. The Pharisees questioned Jesus and in our lesson today you will learn how Jesus responded to Nicodemus, one of the Pharisees. I hope this lesson and activity bless you and your community this week. Download the lesson plan, read it with your family and then watch the video that accompanies the lesson. Take a family walk and spread the love of Jesus this week. Blessings to you all!
Hi Friends! Happy Easter, He is risen! Today I have for you fun Easter activities as well as a resurrection egg hunt. You can follow the Harris kids and learn about Jesus through this interactive egg hunt. Hopefully your parents picked up your very own egg set at church and activity packet. You can open one egg at a time with us as we learn about Jesus’ death and resurrection. In the activity packet there is a lego challenge. Can you build these easter themed ideas out of legos? There is also word scrambles, word searches and much more! I hope you have a blessing Easter and I hope you remember Jesus loves you today!
Hi UHC family! This is a kids lesson on “Jesus is our Savior” by Kidology. I thought your children may enjoy watching this in addition to the at home family lesson I am sending you. It is about 30 minutes, includes teaching, puppeteering, card tricks and worship all in one. In this video Dr. Carl Bastian demonstrates what it means to be saved by Jesus and rescued by Jesus. We also had the Albrights record some fun songs for your kids, so click HERE to watch the short video, and click below for the activity worksheet!
Ms. Jenna and her family help illustrate the Parable of the Sower this week, and have a great activity you can do at home!
Watch this video from Ms. Jenna along with the document below for an at-home kids service this week!