Wednesday, October 4, 2023

October 8

This Week's Supported Worker is Rochelle Visser.


  • God Led Israel
  • God leads us with greatness
  • Ex. 14:1 – 15:2
  • Job 36:26

PreK/ K

  • King Saul’s Excuse
  • God accepts no excuses for disobeying Him.
  • 1 Sam. 13:1-16
  • 1 Sam 15:22

1st  SS

  • Jesus Forgave Sin
  • Jesus has the power to forgive sin because He is the Son of God
  • Mark 2:1-12
  • Mark 2:10b

2nd-3rd SS

  • David Aimed to Defend God’s Name
  • God does great things through those who know & trust Him
  • 1 Sam 6:1-13; 17
  • Ps 118:6

4th–5th SS

  • God Forgives Our Sin
  • God offers us forgiveness of sin & restoration to His service
  • Psalm 138
  • Ps 51:17

1st–5th  CC

  • Nicodemus & Woman at the Well
  • God gives eternal life to those who trust in Jesus as Savior
  • John 3:1-21; 4:1-42
  • John 4:34, 3

 The 1st - 5th graders will be watching the first part of the anniversary service.

The theme of today's lesson is Celebration.  Trinity is celebrating its 75th anniversary with the open house, receiving new members, communion, and a Gospel reminder from Pastor Brett.  The 1st - 5th graders will be learning about two events that remind us of what we need to celebrate:  Rebirth through Jesus (John 3) and Salvation in Jesus (John 4).  

Take time today, this week, this month, and all of your time together to celebrate as a family THE HOPE WE HAVE IN JESUS CHRIST!
As you CELEBRATE GOD'S GOODNESSS AS A FAMILY, make it a habit to talk about these things regularly!

  • Talk to your children about what it means to be a member of a local church, which is why we are doing the We Are the Church study.  This could be a weekly talking point.
  • Talk to your children about what communion is.  Remind them that it is a memorial and a celebration of Jesus for those who have been saved.  This could be a monthly talking point.
  • TALK TO YOUR CHILDREN ABOUT THE GOSPEL, SALVATION, and JESUS CHRIST.  Use the booklet they will be taking home this morning.  This should be a daily talking!

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