Here's what is happening in Church School this Sunday, March 11th, and in the busy weeks ahead:
Preschool I and II
Preschool students learn about the Parable of the Lost Coin. Have you ever lost something? How did you feel? What did you do to try to find it? Students learn how God finds those who have lost their way from Him.
PreKindergarten students have an outreach project this week. They will put together Easter-themed goodie bags for children living at the Women's Safe House.
Kindergarten students continue learning about Lent and counting the days until Easter when Jesus is resurrected. Plants are an example of a living thing that returns. Students will plant seeds in pots that they decorate. Take them home and watch them transform from seeds into plants!
Watch the video above to see the first grade students perform their version of Jesus Calming the Storm during last Sunday's Chapel service. This week students in first grade will learn about the Parable of the Mustard Seed.
Second grade students will be introduced to Gideon. Why did God trust Gideon to lead an army?
Third grade students continue to travel the world learning about Jesus's miracles. This week students travel to Bethsaida where Jesus Heals a Blind Man. Next they visit Capernaum where a Roman Centurian asks Jesus to heal his servant.
Fourth and Fifth Grades
Fourth and fifth grade students learn about the Parable of the Sower. Why do some of the seed grow while others are eaten by birds or scorched by the sun? What do the seeds and the soil represent?
Students also continue last Sunday's outreach project, decorating book bags for CSMSG missioners to deliver to children in Managua, Nicaragua.