Butterfly is another important easter symbol since the butterfly life cycle symbolize the life of Christ. The caterpillar, which is the first stage, stands for Christ life on earth. The cocoon stage portrays Christ death at the cross and burial, the third stage and most important phase is his rebirth after three days. The butterfly, the final stage, is Christ resurrection from the dead, so it is just right that it is a symbol of easter.

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Tru Curriculum:
Explores Scripture chronologically through God's grand redemptive narrative where God is at the center of every lesson
Engages a family empowered ministry model that equips families to spend time together in God’s Word
Creates space for a time of worship response allowing children to respond to God through His Holy Spirit
Offers a disciple-shaping philosophy that moves Toddlers through Middle Schoolers from childhood beliefs to lifetime faith

Guides little children to know they are made and loved by God
-“Hamilton the Hedgehog” joins children as they discover God through His Word
-Developmentally rich activities encourage children to grow and learn
-Utilizes repetition to build confidence in children
-One-year scope and sequence

Creates an environment for young children to experience the wonder of God

-“Chloe” and her friends help children explore the Bible
-Developmental activities encourage participation and build traditions
-Opportunities for creative worship response in every lesson
-Three-year chronological scope and sequence

Invites children to find their place in The Big God Story
-Chronological Bible teaching reveals God’s redemptive narrative
-Children build community and traditions with one another
-Intentional space is created for listening to God and responding in worship
-Three-year chronological scope and sequence

Sunday School!

Sunday School will resume on September 11th with Tru Curriculum.

Mother's Day Out

Our Mother's Day program begins September 6th.

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