We have created a three year curriculum that will rotate through the below eight themes every year. During the three year cycle, each theme will rotate through the study of: a person, the New Testament, and the Old Testament. During the summer and in KidsClub we will rotate through the study of: The Armor of God, Fruits of the Spirit, The 10 Commandments, The Beatitudes, etc.
God Created Me for Friendship with Jesus and Others
God Can Use My Gifts to Glorify Him
Thanksgiving/Being Thankful for:
Church, Friends, Family, Creation, Government
My Identity is in Jesus Alone
God Loves and Forgives Me
I Can Trust God Because He Keeps His Promises
Spark Family Connection Time
Resources that will help to keep the kids connected to the lesson, while providing an opportunities for families to come together to grow in their faith & love for the Lord as a family.
Spark Discussion Questions (If you do not have one ask Kristin)
Theme and Memory Verse (every 5 weeks)
After the Completion of Each Theme
Fall, Special Christmas Addition, January, Special Easter Addition, Summer
Kid’s Ministry Events
CPC Kid’s Ministry Bike Night
KidsClub Movie Night
KidsClub Movie Night
Do you have questions about Spark?
If you have any questions about Spark, please feel free to email Stephanie Schall @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kindergarten & 1st Graders
Spark meets in Room 105
Sunday School (1st Service) – 9:00 am
KidsClub – Sunday Evenings
What to Expect
Sunday School (1st Service)
Here is an example of what your child will experience during Sunday School:
This is a quick and fun activity as the children are arriving.
We will sing two worship songs together as a group. Some will be “kid” songs, others will be contemporary worship songs they might hear upstairs in service.
I will teach the main Bible lesson of the morning. Spark and IGNITE will use the same curriculum, theme, and memory verse. I will just teach at an age-appropriate level.
These activities will reinforce the lesson. The children might put a puzzle together with the memory verse, play a trivia game about the story, or practice finding books in the Bible.
Small Group Discussion
Shepherds will meet with groups of 8-10 students in the classroom. Each week they will apply the lesson to three discussion questions and pray together. The weekly discussion questions are:
What did I learn about today?
How can this story be part of my life?
Who can I show Jesus’ love to this week? How?
Free Time (coloring, games, etc.)
Students will have time at the end to play games with the other children and shepherds to make connections and friendships.