Today was a Kids in the Kingdom Sunday and thanks to creative and hard-working moms, we once again had a kid-appropriate stations experience with object lessons along the way. While the story of Jesus' passion and death are not easy to share with children, doing so is the only way to give them the hope of the resurrection and the fullness of what we believe as Christians, so I am thankful to Kelly, Amber, and Rhonda for making this happen and to Melissa, Gina, Kristen and Geoff who also helped on site, as well as Victoria and Griffin for getting lunch.
The Rev. Frank Logue, Pastor
Getting underway at the first station.
Working our way along the trail.
Wripping a piece of cloth to share with the kids after talking
about Jesus' being stripped of his garments.
Showing a large nail while telling how
Jesus' forgave those who killed him.
Feeling the nail and laying out the objects.
Going back over all the objects and their meanings.
Labels: Kids in the Kingdom, King of Peace event, Stations of the Cross