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Sundays at St Luke’s

During our 10am service at St Lukes we run a range of programs for our children.

Sonshine Kids: Preschool
Our preschoolers meet upstairs at church. We focus on being together, responding to the stories of God’s plan for His people and sharing morning tea.

Scramblers: 5-8 year olds
Scramblers are an active group with lots of energy. We focus on getting to know each other, playing games and thinking about God’s big plan for us and the world.

Flipside: 9-12 year olds
We enjoy hanging out together. Sometimes this looks like: going for a walk together on a Sunday morning, sharing our weekly news, doing beach clean-ups or even washing cars for a charity. We have a specific kaupapa of wanting to see God’s justice and mercy portrayed in our world.

All-age Kids Worship
Once a month all children gather together to look outwards to our world, to find ways to serve and to play and sing together.

Sonshine, teen help

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We shared a rich experience on Sunday of telling the story of The Passover through a special meal.

As we ate the honey we tasted how sweet it is not to be slaves but we also ate of the bitter herbs...and I wonder if the sadness of the story has stayed with us and our children too?

It can cause us to question: should we be teaching our kids the sad and violent parts of the Bible?

Below is good article from the creators of The Gospel Project Curriculum on why they think it's important to tell the hard stuff...

What do you think? How do you handle the Bible’s violent stories with your kids?

www.gospelproject.com/2013/06/19/are-bible-stories-too-violent-for-children/
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4 weeks ago

We shared a rich experience on Sunday of telling the story of The Passover through a special meal.

 As we ate the honey we tasted how sweet it is not to be slaves but we also ate of the bitter herbs...and I wonder if the sadness of the story has stayed with us and our children too? 

 It can cause us to question: should we be teaching our kids the sad and violent parts of the Bible? 

Below is good article from the creators of The Gospel Project Curriculum on why they think its important to tell the hard stuff...

What do you think? How do you handle the Bible’s violent stories with your kids?

https://www.gospelproject.com/2013/06/19/are-bible-stories-too-violent-for-children/

Remember to bring your walking sticks to our all-age space tomorrow for when we share our Passover meal....sandals and robes optional! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Remember to bring your walking sticks to our all-age space tomorrow for when we share our Passover meal....sandals and robes optional!

It's never a bad moment to pray for your kids... ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Its never a bad moment to pray for your kids...