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WC KIDS WEEKLY | 2022 – Week 4

January 23, 2022

 

We are continuing our unit that will take us through Exodus. Our lesson this week reminds us that God always keeps His promises because He is faithful. This week, we will learn about how God parted the Red Sea to keep His promise, save the Israelites, and show His power. We see in the story of Exodus 13–15 that God directed His people, fought for His people, and ultimately delivered His people. Follow the Curriculum Overview Button below to see that in an even greater display of His power and faithful love, God provided His Son, Jesus. Jesus is greater than Moses. Through faith in Jesus, God delivers us from sin and death. God is faithful to keep his promises!

The Curriculum Overview also includes information about how to learn as a family at home during the week!

“Rhythms – Spiritual Practices for Normal People” (January sermon series) – we have some guides that will help families practice the spiritual practices together. Check them out below:
Overview
Sharing in God’s Story
Devotion to God’s Word
Prayer
Experiencing Freedom in Christ 
Worship
Sabbath

WC KIDS WEEKLY | 2022 – Week 3

January 16, 2022

 

We are continuing our unit that will take us through Exodus. We will see that God always keeps His promises because He is faithful. This week, we will learn about how God kept His promise to rescue His people from the power of the Egyptians in Exodus 5-12 through a series of plagues. God’s purpose in sending the plagues was not only to get His people out of Egypt. The plagues would also put God’s power on display and stand as acts of judgment against the Egyptians. (See Ex. 7:4-5.) Follow the Curriculum Overview Button below to see that the heart of the gospel is found in the story of the Passover. By His grace, God spared the Israelites from judgment by requiring the blood of a lamb. Jesus is the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world. His death was the ultimate sacrifice, and those who trust in Jesus are under His saving blood and will be passed over in the final judgment. God is faithful to keep his promises!

The Curriculum Overview also includes information about how to learn as a family at home during the week!

“Rhythms – Spiritual Practices for Normal People” (January sermon series) – we have some guides that will help families practice the spiritual practices together. Check them out below:
Overview
Sharing in God’s Story
Devotion to God’s Word
Prayer
Experiencing Freedom in Christ

WC KIDS WEEKLY | 2022 – Week 2

January 9, 2022

 

We are returning to our chronological study of God’s Word this week as begin a new unit that will take us through Exodus. We will see that God always keeps His promises because He is faithful. This week, we will learn about God using Moses to save His people in Exodus 1-4. God saved Moses’ life so Moses could grow up and save God’s people from the Egyptian pharaoh. Follow the Curriculum Overview Button below to see that Moses was inadequate for the task of rescuing the Israelites, but God promised His power and presence. As we consider Moses’ calling, we are reminded of an even greater calling and rescue—the call of Jesus to come to earth to save God’s people from their sin. God is faithful to keep his promises!

The Curriculum Overview also includes information about how to learn as a family at home during the week!

“Rhythms – Spiritual Practices for Normal People” (January sermon series) – we have some guides that will help families practice the spiritual practices together. Check them out below:
Overview
Sharing in God’s Story
Devotion to God’s Word
Prayer

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3 days ago
Westminster Chapel Parents

This week, we are learning about God parting the Red Sea for the Israelites as they escaped from Egypt. We see in Exodus 13–15 that God directed His people, fought for His people, and ultimately delivered His people. In an even greater display of His power and faithful love, God provided His Son, Jesus. Jesus is greater than Moses. Through faith in Jesus, God delivers us from sin and death. #GodalwayskeepsHispromises #wcbellevueparents ww.westminster.org/kids ... See MoreSee Less

This week, we are learning about God parting the Red Sea for the Israelites as they escaped from Egypt. We see in Exodus 13–15 that God directed His people, fought for His people, and ultimately delivered His people. In an even greater display of His power and faithful love, God provided His Son, Jesus. Jesus is greater than Moses. Through faith in Jesus, God delivers us from sin and death. #GodalwayskeepsHispromises #wcbellevueparents ww.westminster.org/kids
2 weeks ago
Westminster Chapel Parents

This week, we are learning about the plagues and Passover in Exodus 5-12. The heart of the gospel is found in the story of the Passover. The Israelite people were sinful; they deserved death just as much as the Egyptians did, but God graciously provided a way out to keep the promises He made to Adam and Eve in Genesis 3 and to Abraham in Genesis 12 and 15. At the Passover, the Israelites killed a lamb instead. By marking their doorposts with the blood of a lamb, the Israelites were spared from the judgment and death they deserved. Jesus is the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world. His death was the ultimate sacrifice, and those who trust in Jesus are under His saving blood and will be passed over in the final judgment. #GodalwayskeepsHispromises #wcbellevueparents www.westminster.org/kids ... See MoreSee Less

This week, we are learning about the plagues and Passover in Exodus 5-12. The heart of the gospel is found in the story of the Passover. The Israelite people were sinful; they deserved death just as much as the Egyptians did, but God graciously provided a way out to keep the promises He made to Adam and Eve in Genesis 3 and to Abraham in Genesis 12 and 15. At the Passover, the Israelites killed a lamb instead. By marking their doorposts with the blood of a lamb, the Israelites were spared from the judgment and death they deserved. Jesus is the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world. His death was the ultimate sacrifice, and those who trust in Jesus are under His saving blood and will be passed over in the final judgment. #GodalwayskeepsHispromises #wcbellevueparents www.westminster.org/kids

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Ready to reconnect and find the joy and significance of motherhood?! MOMS meets each week to form genuine community through conversation, encouragement, and support. It is open to mothers of young and school-aged children. We connect mothers across cultures and backgrounds, sharing the realities of modern motherhood, and finding prayer support and insight from older experienced Mentor Moms.

Our studies are homework-free, and small group discussions alternate between video teachings and speakers who address topics like parenting, marriage, and relationships from a biblical perspective. Our come-as-you-are format means you can join anytime throughout the year!

Childcare is available for all ages. Our volunteers are ready to care for your baby, or you may keep him or her with you. On Tuesday mornings children have a preschool-like experience that includes free play, Bible story time, and a craft or activity. We even have a space for homeschooled students!

Childcare at Westminster is safe! Volunteers are fully vaccinated. Everyone two years old and older must wear masks unless eating or drinking, and the provided snacks are individually wrapped. Surfaces and toys are disinfected after use. For more information on Westminster's COVID guidelines see: www.westminster.org/sundays/

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3 weeks ago
Westminster Chapel Parents

This week, we are learning about God using Moses to save His people. God saved Moses’ life so Moses could grow up and save God’s people from the Egyptian pharaoh. God planned for His Son, Jesus, to save people in an even better way. God sent Jesus to earth, and Jesus gave up His life to save us from our sin. #GodalwayskeepsHispromises #wcbellevueparents www.westminster.org/kids ... See MoreSee Less

This week, we are learning about God using Moses to save His people. God saved Moses’ life so Moses could grow up and save God’s people from the Egyptian pharaoh. God planned for His Son, Jesus, to save people in an even better way. God sent Jesus to earth, and Jesus gave up His life to save us from our sin. #GodalwayskeepsHispromises #wcbellevueparents www.westminster.org/kids

This week, we are finishing our focus on Christmas as we look at the story of the Wise Men visiting Jesus in Matthew 2. The wise men came to worship Jesus as King. Jesus is the King who will rule forever, as God promised to King David in 2 Samuel 7. Jesus is the true King who is worthy of all our worship. #letusworship #wcbellevueparents www.westminster.org/kids ... See MoreSee Less

This week, we are finishing our focus on Christmas as we look at the story of the Wise Men visiting Jesus in Matthew 2. The wise men came to worship Jesus as King. Jesus is the King who will rule forever, as God promised to King David in 2 Samuel 7. Jesus is the true King who is worthy of all our worship. #letusworship #wcbellevueparents www.westminster.org/kids
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MORE ABOUT WESTMINSTER KIDS

We believe that the more you know Jesus, the more you know what really matters! Our key verse for ministry is: “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.  By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35)

Martha Clay

Children’s Ministry Director

I love introducing children to the Gospel Story of the Bible and helping them become lifelong disciples of Jesus. I love the humor, the hugs, and the honesty of children.  I grew up at Westminster and found it a great place to learn and develop my faith and gifts.  My hope is that elementary children will feel that Westminster is their church where they can learn to love like Jesus and develop their gifts.

My husband Dan and I have 3 children who are all adults now.  In my free time, I enjoy reading, history, Paris tea, puzzles, and walks with my husband Dan.

Click here to connect with Martha by email.