Important Dates for MTCKids:

Sunday February 7th – Family Skate @ Carburn Park 

Starting at 3pm on Sunday Feb. 7 at Carburn park (Riverbend) come for a leisurely skate and meet others or invite your neighbors. No cost.

Sunday January 31 – K to Grade 6 Experiential Learning Opportunity

We love the opportunity to teach kids a little bit differently, through experience. We’re excited to experiment with a hands on learning opportunity.

K – Gr. 4 – Offering. Starting up again. 

We’ve noticed that kids are extremely generous! Starting February 7, we’re going to give kids the opportunity to give to some projects that MTCKids will be working on in the coming months to give hope and share love with yyc! We’ll keep you updated on those projects, but for now, we’d love to give your kids the opportunity to give each week!

Upcoming in MTCKids on Sunday January 24, 2015:

Two’s & Preschool (2’s, 3’s & 4’s)

Summary: This month, kids are learning about how Jesus can do the impossible. Who can do that? Jesus can do that!

Theme: Jesus wants to be my friend forever

Bible Story: Calming the Storm – Matthew 8:23-27

Bible Story Focus: Jesus has power over everything

Memory Verse: “With God all things are possible” Matt. 19:26

READ: Use a children’s bible, or online app like the Bible App for Kids or YouVersion to read the story. What did you or your preschooler  notice about the story?

DO: As you drive this week, brainstorm together with your preschooler things that Jesus has power over. Jesus has power over everything!

K – Grade 4:

Summary: This month we’re focusing on Creativity.

Bible Story: Parting Words – 2 Samuel 23:1-2

Bible Story Focus: Use your imagination to do what you were made to do.

Memory Verse: “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10

READ: Read the story with your child. If they’re younger (K – Gr. 2), use a children’s bible, 3 – 4’s can use a more age appropriate Bible, like one you would get at church. In these few verses, we read a brief summary of what David was made to do. David made songs, prayers, and lived close to God.

DO: This week we’re talking about how God created each of us to give to His Kingdom. Not just with money, but with who He’s created us to be. Ask your child about what they think God made them to do. You can speak into this too. Pray together and thank God for making them the way He did.

MAKE: Write or a draw a picture of those characteristics that you identified previously. Put them in a picture frame in their room to be a reminder of how God made them to love others.