- Sunday: 9:20am & 11am
- Sunday: 9:20am & 11am
Our current series is titled "Faith and ..." Join with your family as we study parts of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) and learn how to demonstrate our faith in the everyday world. Below you will find a devotional guide with scripture passages as well as resources to help your family dive deeper into God's Word.
"And it is impossible to please God without faith. Anyone who wants to come to Him must believe that God exists and that He rewards those who sincerely seek Him."
Hebrews 11:6 (NLT)
Adapted from the Discovery Bible Reading Method, this devotional helps parents, grandparents, and caregivers to lead their family in a Bible-focused discussion.
Faith and Technology Worksheet: This worksheet encourages your child to think about the technology they use on a daily basis.
Thank a Leader: Take some time to write a note or film a short video, thanking that important person in your life. If you would like to thank a KidTown Leader, send a video to and we will make sure they see it.
Write a Psalm: Write a psalm about your experiences and things that are important to you. A psalm is a song or a poem put to music. As an example, read Psalm 23 written by King David.
Print out this coloring page or grab a blank sheet of paper. Listen to a reading of Psalm 23 and color/draw. It does not have to be perfect and you can listen to the recording as many times as you need!
Be an influence in your community!
This picture shows how to love our neighbors while we are at home during these times.
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Faith in Art
Materials needed - paper or card stock, painters tape, markers/paint/crayons.
Form a cross on the paper with the painters tape (For easy peel later, stick on your clothes first). Give your child paint, markers, or crayons to color all around the taped cross. After they are done, creating their masterpiece, peel off the tape for cool artwork.
Here is the KidTown Baptism Guide! This guide is designed to help you engage in conversation with your child about baptism and to see if they are ready to take a deeper step into their faith.
At Overlake, we understand this is a challenging time for parents. Below, you will find resources to help you and your family walk and talk through this season.
Check out these resources from Saddleback Parents on managing technology with your kids.
Here are some links to activities for the whole family!
Check out this family's YouTube page for tutorials on how to draw everything from a hot air balloon to a Mother's day card.
Our very own OCC'er, Elaine Ranson, offers great activities and ideas in her blog post, Indoor Energy Busters.
We found this book helpful for daily use, a way to incorporate bible time and story time all throughout the day.
KidTown found this book to be full of great reminders and tips for intentional parenting.
This book is a great resource for families building a spiritual legacy. Super practical ideas to celebrate milestones in your child’s life.
KidTown recommends this book for kids who love to learn interesting facts that go along with bible stories. There are fun experiments and projects to do together.
An interactive reading and journaling devotional designed to help upper elementary kids take a closer look at what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus.
Each week read a new episode in this exciting adventure, then follow up with devotional thoughts and fun activities to make your own friendships stronger. Fun for the whole family or as an individual study.