We want to serve and love your children and are excited to partner with parents now more than ever. One way that your kids will hopefully feel included is through the “Kids Connection” portion of the live-stream services (Sundays at 10:45 AM). They can watch for us this week before the sermon! 

We have put together several resources for you to use at home, at your convenience. These could be used for at-home “Sunday school,” for family devotions, or for spontaneous worship-dance parties when the days feel long and the kids get bored!
Here is what we have gathered for you so far: 

  • Follow our BridgePointKids Spotify Playlist (see link in Resources on COVID-19 landing page) – a collection of favorite songs for worship and for fun, many that your kids will know from Sundays, plus others that we love and recommend!
  • Print our great sermon notes for kids pdf in (Resources) – a resource from The Village Church. Elementary kids can use this to follow along during the live-stream sermon if they watch it with you, which we recommend especially for older kids! 
  • If you would like to continue our Sunday morning Bible lessons at home with your kids, we have created Google drive folders (Resources) with materials for you from The Gospel Project for Kids.Click on the appropriate age below and start with the Instructions page. We have been in the book of Daniel this month. You can simply watch the Bible story video with your kids or go all-in and print activity pages, etc. Simply click the links in Resources.
      
  • We are excited to share our BridgePoint Kids & Families Recommended Book List (Resources) on Amazonincluding books for kids, parents, and the whole family. You may have seen some of these on our family resource shelf at church already. These books are recommended by us and the BridgePoint pastors, and we hope they will provide some great reading and discussion for your families. 

For more information, please contact:

Naomi Vesey, Elementary Director (click to email)
Kelly Smalley, Preschool Director (click to email)

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