Taylor is primarily responsible for the management of the nursery and she also assists me with many administrative tasks. As you may have noticed, the nurseries now have new carpet, new toys, new furniture and even a parent lounge.
None of this would be possible without our faithful team members. We had a few special guests including a turtle and some goldfish. Once again, we have a great youth ministry team and an awesome youth group. During Wednesday night Kids for Christ, we talked about every book of the Bible some more extensively than othershighlighted major historical moments, and explained how the Bible is grouped into types of books such as history, poetry, and prophecy.
We hopefully have a good chunk of time to work on who we should all be as we journey together. To Provide a place where youth are loved and accepted with Jesus as our example.
We operate 3 different rooms that utilize volunteers to oversee, teach and help in each one. Sometimes, we can see the impact of our influence as we work with kids each week.
We know that the nursery is the first impression many new parents have when attending our church for the first time, and we are steadily working to make sure it is the best impression possible. This has allowed us to once again redefine our age groups for the under high school youth.
Tweet Last week, we had our annual congregational meeting. One of the first tasks Taylor and I tackled together with the help of a few other team members!
We also have a dynamic Sr. I have recapped the year by seasons below with the corresponding aspect of our vision in parenthesis.
Instead, we plan on making a movie during the summer months with the kids based on the book of Esther from the Bible. On a personal level, I am committed to serving the youth and families with the same personal and professional integrity I have always prided myself on.
This has been one of those years. We now follow a structure that reflects the way we do our Sunday School program: Once they were completed, the tote bags were delivered to the Erie City Mission to be used in their Family Resource Center.
This has been an incredibly eclectic and electric year, filled with joys and celebrations as well as great challenges. He cares about the soul of every person we encounter. In the Spring, we focused mainly on the Old Testament. It would be awful presumptuous of me to think I could do this alone.
The 4th - 6th graders now participate in the elementary age events planned by Laura. By the power of the Holy Spirit, lives are being transformed, spiritual seeds are being planted, kids are hearing about the gospel of Christ, and faith is deepening each week.
Probably the events that affected us the most this past year were the deaths in two of our active families. Now before we get our knickers in a bunch, I think it is of utmost importance to remember that in spite of all these things and even in spite of ourselves, God still works wondrous ministry through each and every one of us.
One of those coordinators is already in place, Elementary the I think we have the finest programs and staff to be found anywhere. I am intent on supporting this congregation in a way that brings help to those struggling, that brings healing to those hurting, hope to those whose lives are clouded with uncertainty, and vision to those who have lost sight of their dreams.
This will allow me to then work with these 7 individuals to manage and oversee the volunteers to ensure program needs are met and kids are effectively being ministered to. I am so grateful for your involvement. Bethel is a profoundly caring community. If you are interested in that leadership, please let me know.
Bethel has an awesome youth group: We are currently offering several fellowship events throughout the year and hope to reintroduce the worship component again soon.
We continue to lift up the families and friends of these loved ones. What I keep hearing from numerous folks, both near and far, is that due to many circumstancesstock market, job losses, etcthere has been a cloud of doubt and insecurity that has descended on many of our congregations.
Ultimately, we would like to have 1 adult for every kids. Sometimes, it seems that our efforts are in vain… all the prep work, changing diapers, cleaning up glitter, washing hands, negotiation peace treaties between preschoolers, gathering props, listening to the same memory verse fourteen times in a row, and applying band-aids.
We passed out glow sticks, bags of candy, and invitations to church to the nearly kids who stopped by. The other part of Elevate is the on-going desire to see kids to grow in mentoring relationships with mature adult Believers.
All the while, continuing to provide an environment that accepts all for who they are right now.Peter Greer: Stop Comparing Your Ministry to Others.
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This year has challenged us to own and afﬁ rm our own ministry. Every congregation has a unique proﬁ le and unique gifts that cannot be. Reflections on (The Annual Report) March 3, By Lindsey Leave a Comment.
Tweet. Last week, we had our annual congregational meeting. The meeting is designed to review what has happened during and to share plans for the upcoming year. The Children’s Ministry program chose to forego the Christmas play this year in an effort to. Ministry Plan Example | Jim Baker 2 Grounded in WORSHIP 1.
PRAYER OBJECTIVE: Through individual and corporate prayer, focus members Develop and implement survey tools to report the number of lay leaders who have identified and are Ministry Plan Example | Jim Baker 11 7. MINISTRY/SERVICE OBJECTIVE: Encourage every member to discover and.
Title: Annual Report - Sunday School and Children's Ministries Author: Tom Gribbin Created Date: 1/15/ AM. Youth Ministry Annual Report - “An open letter to a congregation” Greetings fellow members of Bethel, The title of my report, “An open letter to a congregation,” is a take-off of a song by Living Color called “An open letter to a landlord”.Download