The Sunday School staff met via Zoom a few weeks ago to brainstorm ideas about how to virtually re-engage the children in Sunday School during these difficult times. We came up with a plan which we will follow for the remainder of the 2020 calendar year. We will continue to reassess to determine if it’s safe to reopen “live” Sunday School classes or how to expand upon the use of virtual methods to reach the children. You can refer to the e-mail which I sent to the Sunday School families on Oct. 17th for more details.
The teachers for this year will be reaching out to the parents and children to introduce themselves over the next few weeks.
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Beginning in November, we will hold two Zoom Sunday School classes each month on a Saturday at 10 AM. On the first Sat. of the month (Nov. 7th, Dec. 5th), the teachers in the Chapel House will lead a class for the kids in grades 3 through 7. On the second Saturday of the month (Nov. 14th, Dec. 12th), the teachers from the back room will lead a class (15 to 20 minutes in length) for the Pre-K through 2nd graders. There will be Bible stories and discussion and some crafts/worksheets might be e-mailed to the children. More information and the Zoom link will be sent by the end of October.
Since we are unable to do a “live” children’s Christmas pageant this year, we will be putting together a video of the children. More information will follow but the plan is for parents to record the children telling the Christmas story with each child being assigned a short section to present. We will then put these recordings together into one video which Pastor Dave will include in the indoor and zoom services in mid-December. I have resumed sending weekly e-mails with some puzzles/coloring sheets for the children to work on. We are hoping to showcase some pictures of their work in the monthly Message so the congregation can enjoy.
Since St. Andrew’s is planning a “live Nativity” to take place in December, they will be needing ornaments to decorate some trees outside. More information will follow as this project would give the children another opportunity to participate in Sunday School.
As we continue to cope with the COVID-19 crisis, the Sunday School staff really want to help the children to learn about Jesus and to grow in their faith. If you have any ideas of how we can continue this mission, please reach out to me. We welcome all volunteers and suggestions.
As always, please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions. You can reach me directly via phone at 914-715-9546 or by email@example.com.
Hope to see you all soon! Stay safe, wear masks and remember to social distance. We will get through this together.
God Bless, Sue Epting
Sunday School – Mini Church addition