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Stop by "online" and say Hello

THIS SUNDAY MORNING!!

We are having a Zoom meeting "between services" Sunday morning! So pretend that you are stopping by the Kids Welcome table just to see other "weekend faces from church"

and say hello for a minute or stay and visit a bit!


Zoom meeting details:

Topic: Say Good Morning at the Kids Welcome Table!!

Time: Apr 26, 2020 10:00-10:30 AM

Join Zoom Meeting LINK

Meeting ID: 874 7155 0784

Password: 763144

Message for Families to share @ Home together from the SR Sunday Sermon


Included in this email:

Worship Songs

Memory Verse

Activity Ideas

Pages to Print

Ongoing Opportunities

Praying that these resources are helpful for your family to build faith together!! Please contact us if you have any questions!!

Worship Songs

If you haven't seen this video yet... or even if you have... it's fun to watch, see and sing along!

Who He Says I Am- illustrated by SR Kids, compiled by Cindy Blagg

Who You Say I Am


Here are some links to the songs used in the set from this morning

YouTube Playlist

Spotify Playlist

CHECK OUT THESE VIDEO OPTIONS... to hear a songs about the scripture referenced in today's message

(but be sure you check them to the truth of scripture, always read the words from the bible)


Seeds Family Worship


Jump Start 3

Memory Verse:

 I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. 

In this world you will have trouble. But take heart!

I have overcome the world."



– John 16:33

ACTIVITY Ideas:


We’ve All Got Trouble

No one has to think very hard to come up with a list of troubles, right? Trouble is all around us.   Jesus said that it would be. He said, “In this world you will have trouble.” There are stories of troubles written all over newspapers and troubles in all of our lives. What kind of troubles are in our world? 

Let’s write down as many of them as we can in one minute.  


But before anyone runs away from all of these troubles, let’s hear what God has to say. He says that there will be trouble, but He also says, “Take heart!” Take heart means to be confident or courageous in a difficult situation. It means don’t freak out! Be brave! You’ve got this! Go get em! You can do this! But there’s more to it…. because Jesus says, “Take heart (because) I have overcome the world.”

You see… we don’t have to be brave alone. We aren’t fighting troubles alone. We can be courageous and tough because Jesus showed us how to be.  He chose to die on that cross for our sins.  He rose again three days later to prove that He can overcome ANYTHING!!!! Overcome means to win over something. If you can overcome death, you can overcome anything!!!! And we can too, with Christ.

Let’s read our memory verse together:

Memory Verse: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world!” – John 16:33

Object Talk

You need a football (any other ball can be used to talk about a team) 

Optional: Team jersey or attire.

Sit together and hold the football and

Say: What is this? That’s right it’s a football.  Do you have a team that they like to watch? Lots of people have a favorite team. These people support their team, cheer for their team, and watch everything that their team does closely. 

 Today we are going to talk about another kind of team:

God’s team. Who wants to be on God’s team? I know I do! Let’s see what the Bible says about being a part of God’s team.  

 Read John 16:33:

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”


Say: Did you hear what that says? In the world we will have trouble sometimes but God is bigger than the world. God loves you and wants to protect you. He goes everywhere you go. 

You are never alone when you are on God’s team. 

I want to be on God’s team!


Additional ideas: Draw "God's Team" Jerseys, play catch with the ball, make up a cheer for God's team.


Questions to talk about:

1.   Whose team do we want to be on? God’s Team.

2.   Why do we want to be on God’s team?

Because He has overcome the world and He loves us.

3.   What did Jesus say he overcame in John 16:33? The world.

4.   Why should we all work together?

Because we are all on the same team?

5.   What can you do today to show that you are on God’s team? Answers may vary.



ADDITIONAL OPTION: Look up and discuss another scripture verse referenced in the message today:


We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion

raised against the knowledge of God,

and take every thought captive to obey Christ

-2 Corinthians 10:5




Notice the activity pages below that you can print and use

(hard copies were distributed in the Drive Thru Thursday packets, and you can pick one up anytime from the mailbox on the ground outside of the Kids Wing entrance)

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Thoughts I want to pray that God will help me take captive yarn.png
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ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES:

We still plan to offer "Drive Thru Thursdays" each week 11:30-1:00 at the Kids Wing Round-About to distribute NEW family packets of activities and ideas to keep building faith at home! Hope to see you there!

Any changes and updates will be shared on

South Rock Kids Facebook and Instagram pages!


We are having a Tween Scene Zoom meeting

each Sunday evening 7:00-7:30 PM...

all 4th and 5th graders are invited to join us!

Email shondak@southrockchristian.com if you are not in the "Remind App" group to get the text update for the meeting code and password.


Daily Prayer Ideas about the community for our church family to be praying are shared in the church wide email update and on South Rock social media.


Don't forget to check for all the latest updates on the South Rock Christian Church Website for the Corona Virus... staff devotions, video snippets, ways to connect in the community, and more!

www.southrockchristian.com/peaceinthestorm

Specifically check out stuff for kiddos... video devotions and worship times!!