Welcome! Below you will find a weekly Sunday School lesson that connects to the weekly scripture and sermon. At the end, there is a link to the resources, such as a coloring page or prayer, that relate to the lesson. We hope your family will gather together for worship and spend some time engaging in conversation and activities to share the story of God’s grace.
Make An Advent Wreath with Mrs. Sherry
Sunday, November 29, 1-3 pm
All are welcome at this intergenerational event
Advent is a time of anticipation and celebration. Advent Fest will launch the season of Advent with Advent Wreath making and resources to guide you through the days leading to Christmas so that you will be ready to welcome Christ.
Receive an Advent Wreath form, Advent candles, a Christ Candle and assorted greens and decorations to complete a beautiful wreath for your home.
You choose an indoor or outdoor work space.
Helping hands to guide you
Carols to enjoy
Children and Families Needed
All are invited to live the story of Christ’s Birth at our Drive-Thru Nativity. Enjoy the Christmas story with cookies, milk and carols. Youth, adults and families with children are needed for character and hospitality roles. Contact Taylor Boone (email@example.com) if interested in serving.
Lesson For The Week of November 29
Celebrate Advent with your family through our WFUMC Advent & Christmas Calendar! Each Day has its own scripture & idea for how to connect with God this December. Click on the Calendar image below to view & download.
Children’s Worship Gallery Coming Soon!
Share your art with us! Go to our Children’s Ministry Resources page and download the pages to color or complete. Or, create your own artwork that reflects the scriptures of the week. Take a picture of your artwork and email it to us and we will post it on our Gallery Page
Kids Creating Kindness
Children in Missions
Kids Creating Kindness is a mission opportunity for children who are in grades 2-5 and their families. Stay tuned for information as we seek for ways to continue this ministry during COVID times.