Parents, we're excited to start a brand new series about worship and celebration! We'll have fun with a party theme and fun activities to help kids learn about worshiping God and celebrating what He's done!

During the month of March our JAM classes (birth through adult) and God Squad will be participating in "The Great Donut Race" to raise pennies for Lake Springfield Christian Assembly. The class that raises the most pounds of pennies will win a donut and juice party. No pennies? No worries! We can exchange any currency into pennies and then pounds.

If you would like to "sponsor" a race car, you may put you donation into the appropriate jar on the table in the lobby. See Beth Brosi with questions. 



When some people hear the word “worship,” they think of church buildings, or hymns, or special rituals. To some people, worship sounds pretty boring. But that’s not at all how God talks about worship! In the pages of Scripture, we discover that worship is so much bigger than what happens at church — and it’s definitely not boring. Worship is a party! And it’s a party we’re all invited to attend. In this series, kids will be invited to worship God both at church and at home as they learn that we can worship God through prayer, we can worship God by living for Him, we can worship God even during hard times, we can worship God out loud, and we’re all invited to Jesus’ party. 



JOHN 1:1-
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 

EPHESIANS 4:29- Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.


We're talking about worship this month. We know you might feel silly doing dance moves to worship songs with your kids, or you might not know any good upbeat kids' worship songs. But try this: sometime this week, turn on some loud and fun worship music and have a worship dance party with your kids. Let loose and show them what it looks like to sing, shout and dance for God. Here's a Spotify playlist with some fun kids worship songs to get you started.

This article provides some different ways as parents we can praise and worship with our kids. In three words, we can SING, PLAY, and SAY. Read the article to learn more!

Hey parents, help us out. What's one way we can pray for you  and your family this month? Hit Reply and let us know!