This science experiment worship has extra ‘kapow!’ as we talk about our up-close-and-personal-within-us God.
Get out your vinegar, baking soda, and various other science supplies to watch what is possible when we let God work through us!
If your family hasn’t already fallen in love with The Okee Dokee Brothers, let me personally introduce you! The Okee Dokee Brothers are my family’s favorite- the kind of ‘kids music’ that is actually satisfying for grown-ups!
They released a few new singles this month that strum on our current-state-of-events heart strings.
Being community may look different right now, but’s even more important than before to stay connected.
This week as you worship as a family, take some time to connect-the-dots on ways you can re-connect with people in your neighborhood and greater community.
Happy Earth Day! Here’s a Messy Worship read-aloud favorite…The Earth Book is colorful, encouraging, and full of kid-friendly ideas of how to take care of the earth.
Happy Earth Day (Week)!
As the weather warms up and snow is (hopefully) gone til winter- take some time as a family to talk about God’s beautiful creation and how we can care for it!
Join us for Westwood’s Earth Day Challenge! Try a few animal yoga poses! Explore the San Diego Zoo Earth Day activity site!
Life is Messy, God is in the Mess! Welcome to Worship!
He is Risen! He is Risen indeed, Alleluia!
Celebrate Easter~ family-style! Invite extended family and friends to join in the fun with Easter games that work well for big group video-calls!
Some of you are parenting teens that are telling you all of what they’re thinking and feeling. And some of you get a grunt at best.
Some are giving you a play by play of their emotions but not all teenagers are open books, right? Its like a big guessing game to know what they’re thinking and feeling sometimes.
This video might be a great conversation starter with them. A four minute prayer/psalm.
Watch it together and ask these 3 questions:
How did you feel as you watched the video?
Was there anything you hadn’t thought of before or took notice of while you watched?
At the end, it says “a place to begin”, what new beginnings do you hope come out of this?
This is hard stuff to navigate, conversation makes it easier.
Blessed are the parents, doing it all.
Our beloved preschool leader, Teacher Carole, reads a holy week and Easter story for young ones. Join her for “Easter Surprise”, a lift the flap board book, by Vicki Howie & Moira Maclean.
Thank you, Teacher Carole!