Holy Saturday brought the children an opportunity to show us what they would add to the story. What would you add? How would you end the story? Does it have an end? Join us in the wondering and take a look at the "rolling stone" our Sunday school kids made just for this special day.
(Program starts about 50 seconds from beginning) Join Miss Gabby and the kids as well as some special friends all the way from North Carolina who joined us via Zoom for Sunday school today, as we continue the story of Jesus from birth to resurrection. Remember if you are joining us to have response materials like paint, crayons and paper, legos, playdough, blocks...even tigers work. For more on Sunday school and Godly Play email Miss Gabby. firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Gabby begins The Faces of Easter. Join us over the next few weeks as we journey with Jesus from birth to resurrection. Not only that but we are creating a stone for the tomb, as per Father Mark's request. See how that progresses too. Better yet, join us in person on Sundays and be part of the fun. Contact Miss Gabby for details at email@example.com
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At our in-person Sunday School, Miss Gabby shares the story of Saint Valentine and why we celebrate him. As we work out the kinks of doing live and in-person children's worship as well as Zoom and recording the Zoom we are managing to have real fun and real faith formation. Join us Sundays in-person or via Zoom and be a part of this wonderful experience. Email Miss Gabby today for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Facebook St. James page: Today we tried story in a new way with the telling of the Story of Baptism in-person and over Zoom. We had some hiccups but it went well and will continue to go well. Suggestions for response time will be posted later. For more on in-person and Zoom Sunday school email Miss Gabby today.at email@example.com
Miss Gabby 'shares the story of St. Theresa of Avila a Saint for October. We will continue with Saint Stories through All Saints Sunday. Remember to join us at our All Hallow's Eve Service Saturday, October 31 at 3:00 pm and meet more of the special people the church remembers as saints. Also please have creative materials available for children's work.
Miss Gabby forgoes a story this week for some exciting news. Stay tuned and listen carefully...she's so excited and knows everyone will be thrilled to hear the news, join the fun, and maybe even volunteer.
Miss Gabby shares one of her favorite Godly Play stories and reminds everyone to check emails for announcements of upcoming events for children and families.
This Sunday we share the story of Exodus...more from the Desert Box of Godly Play. Remember to have creative materials for the children after the story and Matzo crackers, as previously suggested by Miss Gabby, and remember to have a feast together as a family. This week it is especially important.
Ever taste a story? Think that's a weird question? It's also a terrific way to introduce children to Godly Play "Feast" time which is a communion practice we use in our Sunday school rooms. Try this fun way to introduce it all and add to your child's wondering.
The Desert is a dangerous place but so many wonderful things happen in the desert Miss Gabby will be sharing many desert box stories. Miss Gabby hopes you enjoy the stories and the new filming space. Please remember to have creative materials for children's work after the story and to share a feast with each other.
Be ready to hear the story of Noah. Then wonder together. We wonder what part of the story you are in or what part is especially about you? Remember to have creative materials available for children's response time following the story and remember to share a feast together as a family.
Miss Gabby shares the story of Adam-Eve and rolls with the bloopers of her video team. Remember to have response materials available for Children's work. The new Story bags are something you can choose.
Miss Gabby shares a St. James story and shows the response materials the children are receiving this weekend.
Join Miss Gabby this morning as she shares her plans for St. James Sunday, and a prayer she wrote and as Miss Charlotte shares a newly discovered owl feather.