Summer 2020 for children and youth

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HMC Summer 2020 Opportunities for Children and Youth

HMC Continuing Gatherings

(For children and youth meeting links, email Margaret Norris)

Children

  • Children’s Bible Story Time 1p M-F
  • Godly Play stories, 9:30 Sundays (later posted on the HMC website to access)
  • 2nd-5th grade Sunday School 11:15a- noon

Youth 

  • 2pm-3pm Sundays

 

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HMC's VBS and SOS

HMC's VBS (Virtual Bible School) and V-SOS (Virtual Summer of Service) are open this summer! Announcing: Be loved, be kind, be you.

Virtual Bible School (through elementary) will take place the mornings of July 13-17.

Virtual Summer of Service (6th-12th) will take place July 27-31 from 2pm to about 3pm, longer on Friday.

For more information, contact Margaret Norris.

Here are the links to the registration forms for VBS and VSOS:

 

Laurel Ridge Virtual Camp

All options cost $80; HMC pays half of camp costs, so cost to participants is $40 with HMC camp code. Laurel Ridge also has scholarship money available for the remainder as needed. Get information online, or email Scarlett Dowdy.

Pre-Junior (for children who have finished grades 1 & 2):  Jesus Loves Me, July 31-August 2

Junior (for children who have finished grades 3-5; can register for both):  

  • Being at Home with God, June 28-July 4
  • Junior 2’s Got Talent! August 2-8

Middle High (for youth who have finished grades 6-8):  All You Need is Love, July 19-25

Senior High (for youth who have finished grades 9-12):  It’s Not Fair! July 12-18

During social distancing...

Children's Programming

During this time of social distancing, Home's children's programming is as follows. Please contact Margaret Norris (mnorris@homemoravian.org) for zoom information 

Sundays:

    • 9:30 am:  Godly Play (video available on Home's website afterwards)
    • 11:15am-noon: Elementary Sunday School, Who is Jesus? 

Mon. - Fri.

    •  Storytime with Margaret, 1 p.m.

Sunday, October 18, 2020, Sister Margaret continues visually retelling Matthew 5:1-7, and discusses how those who are merciful are blessed.