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Communion: Tips for Talking with Children

If your child begins to ask questions about communion and expresses a desire to participate, here are some suggestions for exploring and preparing your child to participate. Helpful for churches and parents.

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The Story (Zondervan Publishing)

Prairieview Covenant, New Richmond, WI participated in The Story (published by Zondervan) over the school year of 2011-2012. The Story goes through the whole Bible chronologically in 31 weeks, using the NIV translation and organizing the major themes and stories into chapters. We have used The Story for preschool, early elementary, later elementary, teen, and…

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Cov Anapolis 500

At Prairieview Covenant Church, New Richmond, Wisconsin we have a “Cov Anapolis 500” every May at the end of the Sunday School season. This event includes a church picnic and a race. The children each make a race car. We make a race track out in the yard using orange cones. The racers run around…

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Nueva Vision Community School

Nueva Vision Community School (NVCS) is a non-profit organization that began in 2005 as a music outreach ministry of Nueva Vision Covenant Church. We provide affordable music lessons to families in our community and help small churches with their worship ministries.

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Feeding Kids SSFP (Simplified Summer Food Program)

Columbia Grove Covenant Church (East Wenatchee, Washington) will be out in the community this summer with a focus on children and as a proud 2012 sponsor of The Simplified Summer Food Program in Washington State: “Food That’s In When School Is Out” (a program of the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction of Washington State). Columbia Grove…

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Student Ministries Lessons (Youth and Children)

In an effort to coordinate what the pastor teaches in worship each Sunday with what the children/youth are learning in Sunday school, I have written a basic outline from the topic and scripture used by the pastor. It follows an inductive study method.  (I have been involved in leadership with Bible Study Fellowship International and…

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REACH – Special Needs Ministry

Our ministry is called REACH (an acronym for Reach EAch CHild). Reach started from a little seed of an idea planted when a parent at a local special needs preschool told of the difficulty they were having finding a church home that would welcome their son who has autism. She asked if there might be a…

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