Mark your calendars!  5-Day Clubs return to Grace Church the weeks of July 24-28 and July 31-August 4.  Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) from Omaha has specially-trained youth from St. Paul (Alex Bear, Natalie Hall), as well as three additional youth from Omaha, to lead four Bible clubs at four different locations in a two week period.  What a great mission outreach opportunity for our community!  We challenge everyone to find a way to be involved.  We have placed a “Donation Tree” in the north lobby with leaves that have names of food items printed on them.  If you could donate any of these items, please take a leaf.  There are two leaves attached to one another—the first leaf is for you to take to remind you what you volunteered to purchase, the second leaf is for you to write your name on and drop in the basket by the tree (you will find pens in the basket).  There is also a donation jar in the basket if you would prefer to donate money instead of purchasing the food.  Thank you!

Contact Rachel Bear (308.383.0210) or Lura Townsend (402.510.1872) if you have any questions or would like more information about helping with any aspect of this outreach ministry to the children of our community.

 DATE:  July 24-28

Club Locations:

10:00 am: 123 5th St. (Lynda Connell’s yard)

1:00 pm:  723 Sheridan St. (Mel & Linda Fuller’s yard)     

4:00 pm:  Palmer City Park

DATE:  July 31-August 4 

Club Location:

2:00 pm:  504 Kimberly Way, St. Libory (Kim Thompson yard)

Ways to be involved: 

  • Attend one of the clubs to assist and engage with parents.
  • Prepare/serve lunch to the leaders
  • Provide food or funds to supply food (for the leaders)

 

Who can attend?

5-Day Club is open to all boys and girls between the ages of four and twelve, regardless of religious background. Parents are welcome to attend the club with their child.

Who teaches the club?

Christians who are concerned for the spiritual well-being of children teach the club. These teachers have received specialized training from CEF and are carefully screened as required by the child protection policy of CEF.

Is there any cost?

There is no charge for children to attend. An optional missionary offering may be taken each day.

How will the club benefit children?

Children will learn: biblical principles, moral values, character qualities, respect for authority.

Will children be safe?

CEF has taken specific steps to insure the safety of every child. All club workers have been carefully screened as required by the child protection policy of CEF.