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1st through 5th Graders

Sunday School

Sunday school begins each Sunday morning at 10:05am with “Gathering” in the Education Hallway. Gathering brings all of our youth together, to center themselves with Jesus, before classroom learning takes place. During our time together, the bible story of the day will be highlighted, offering gathered, birthday’s celebrated, voices raised in song, prayers lifted, and sharing the love of Jesus among each other.

Sunday school classes:
1st grade Teacher:  

2nd grade Teacher:  Jane Tomchak
3rd grade Teachers:  Nancy Marshaus
       Karen Wallster  (First Communion instruction)

4th grade Teacher: Amy Foldery     
5th grade Teacher:  Leslie Flowers     

In class learning takes place from 10:15 – 11:15am. We are using “Spark” curriculum this year. Spark is bible based classroom leaning, highlighting the key Old & New Testament stories. For a closer look at the curriculum, visit www.wearesparkhouse.org

Sunday school offering

The collected offering will be in support of Hannah's Home.

Jesus said, “I give you a new commandment: love one another.  As I have loved you, so you also should love one another.”  John 13:34

Questions? Contact Beth Hamilton,  Sunday school Superintendant with questions: 440.974.7433 or kbemail.net


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The Bible places great emphasis on prayer. We read many
examples of how important prayer was to Jesus
(Luke 5:16).
We are taught that prayer should be for God’s benefit and not to gain favor in the eyes
of men (Matthew 6:5–6)
 and that we need not use “many words” in an attempt
to impress Him (v. 7).
We are even given examples
of the words we should use (vv. 9–13).

But why, exactly, is prayer so important to our Lord? Incredibly, it is an expression of His desire to have a relationship with us. Though it is impossible to explain why, our Lord wishes to know us intimately—to have a personal, two-way conversation with each of His children. Though He can read our minds, He wants us to seek Him, to love Him, and to talk with Him daily. The reason is that there is no relationship in eavesdropping!

As a father or mother, you naturally desire a close relationship with your kids. You appreciate hearing about their new discoveries and joys. When they tell you they are afraid, you quickly offer reassurance. Our heavenly Father, who loves us even more than we love our own children, responds to our prayers in the same way. Scripture tells us that “the prayer of the upright pleases him” (Proverbs 15:8). That’s true for you, your spouse, and your kids. Let’s please our loving Lord by seeking Him often in prayer.

How is your prayer relationship with the Lord?
How can you encourage each other, and your kids, to pray more often?

Heavenly Father, we are humbled that You would desire a personal relationship with us.
We so want to enjoy
holy intimacy with You.
Help our family draw closer to You through the privilege of prayer. Amen.

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