Our Christian Education Board has an update for you: As the summer progresses into fall, we are all grappling with the pandemic related transitions that lie ahead. Here is an update on Sunday School plans for the fall. The CE has chosen to leave Sunday School “on hold” for the time being. This allows for Malmo to adjust to holding services inside the building once again and also for the transition of “back to school” to settle in. …
Here’s a children’s story and lesson for the kids this week:
Another video for kids and the young at heart, coming to you from Chickadee Trail!
I forgot to post this earlier this morning. In case you missed it in the online service, here is a video for kids and adults alike for Pentecost:
In this video Pastor Marc reads a few short excerpts from a couple of books relating to raising children, teenagers, and young adults in the faith. You may want to consider reading them. If you’re interested in reading them with someone (one shot after reading or small group that works through it) contact Pastor Marc. The books are linked after the video. Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids by Dr. Kara E. Powell and Dr. Chap…
Hi everyone! This week Dixie is bringing us the children’s lesson, playing some percussion and talking about love. The musical instrument craft can be found here: https://redtri.com/homemade-instruments/slide/19 VeggieTales Sunday school songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buMGo29mxQw&list=PLHW6CSUFSZ8Nrr9ZmCA0F622qg9TQ-FH5 Kids playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKkbIZtqhyQ&list=PLyUSGM_gPhqluwbWeBweSdJXBGkR9pWWu
Here’s this Sunday’s children’s song and lesson. We talk a bit about how we’re feeling these days and how we can be thankful no matter what. The colouring pages I mentioned are here: https://compassionseries.com/amisafe/
Hi everyone. Here’s another video with a couple of kids songs and a Bible lesson for Sunday, April 19, 2020.
Good morning, Malmo friends! Below is a YouTube playlist of a couple of videos I produced for the kids…and, actually, everyone. It’s about as low budget as it gets, but that’s kind of the point. I hope it brings a smile all of your faces on this happy day! He is risen! He is risen, indeed! (If you click play on this video, it should automatically play the second video as well.)
Here’s another video for the kids with a couple of songs and a Bible story. It’s a little longer than I intended (13 minutes), but let’s consider it a Holy Week bonus! There’s also a special guest on this video. You can watch it as part of your family worship or any time you like!
Here’s a 9-minute video for the kids to watch—a song for them to sing along to, a lesson, and another song. We sing “I Just Wanna be a Sheep” and reflect on what that songs means—Jesus as our Good Shepherd and we as the sheep who hear his voice and trusting in the Shepherd to care for us. You could watch interactive children’s feature before, during, or after you worship together as a family this Sunday (video is embedded on…