Sunday Night Discovery

Sunday Night Discovery: Helping kids discover God’s direction for their lives!

Discovery is for all Kindergarten through Fifth Graders and meets on Sunday evenings from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Check in begins at 5:50pm in the FLC Fellowship Hall.

We are excited to announce a new direction for Creek Kids Elementary on Sunday nights this fall! Discovery features teaching designed to encourage kids to seek, find, and follow God’s plan. Kids will discover all that God has to offer through studies of Bible Books, characters, themes, principles, and much more. Each series will be structured to impact kids wherever they are in their relationship with God using the model of “Explore. Equip. Engage.” 

 

Explore: Navigating the Bible, the Gospel, and what it means to be a Christian.

 

Equip: Building up faith through knowledge of Scripture and biblical principles.

 

Engage: Applying God’s perspective to ourselves, others, and the world around us.

 

Set a course for the journey of a lifetime at Sunday Night Discovery in Creek Kids Elementary!

   

Summer Session (6/23-8/25):

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"But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, long-suffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law." (Galatians 5:22-23)

Get ready for an awesome summer in Sunday Night Discovery as we dig in to "The Fruit of The Spirit." Each week kids will study one of the components in depth to discover more about what it means to live for Christ. Each component will be defined biblically, shown through an object lesson, and illustrated through a Bible passage. Kids will also enjoy live praise & worship music, interactive group games, and cool videos to help reinforce the main topics. It's going to be a very fruitful summer in Sunday Night Discovery!

6/23 "Introduction & Love"
6/30 "Joy"
7/7 "Peace"
7/14 "Long-suffering"
7/21 "Kindness"
7/28 "Goodness"
8/4 "Faithfulness"
8/11 "Gentleness"
8/18 "Self Control"
8/25 "Fruit Punch" review & celebration