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Kids’ Sunday Worship: May 9

Good Morning, Park Kids!

King Josiah’s three sons and his grandson did not love God like Josiah did. They did evil things, and God’s people did evil things too. One by one, Josiah’s sons were taken away by kings from other lands because they would not obey God’s words. God sent prophets to the people so they would return to the Lord, but God’s people would not listen. Jeremiah told God’s people that if they did not love and obey God, the king of Babylon would take them away.

King Zedekiah would not listen to Jeremiah, and God’s people did not listen either, so the king of Babylon came like Jeremiah said. The king of Babylon destroyed God’s temple and took all of God’s people to Babylon. God was right to punish His people because they sinned, but God still loved them, and He was going to give His people a good king, just like He said He would. Many years later, God sent His Son, Jesus, to be our King forever. Jesus took the punishment we should get for our sin.

Kids, Pick an Activity!

Watch & Play

Park Kids volunteers walk us through the "20 Attributes of God," a core curriculum of Park Kids.

Watch & Learn

Bible Story: Obadiah the Prophet from The Gospel Project

Watch & Worship

How Great Are His Signs (Daniel 4:3) from Park Church Music for Park Kids Club 2021!

Watch & Sing

Memory Verse Song: Jeremiah 29:11

Watch & Listen

Story Time with Miss. Melanie: Miss Becky Reads "Daniel and the Scary Sleepover" from The Jesus Storybook Bible

Memorize

Memorize

Our Memory Verse for the Unit: 2 Chronicles 7:14

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Learn

Learn

Our Big Picture Question for the Unit

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Learn

Learn

Our Main Point for Today

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Learn

Learn

Activity Sheets:

Preschool
Grades K–2
Grades 3–6

Review

Review

What We Learned Today

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Sing

Sing

The New City Catechism, Question 19: "Is There Any Way To Escape Punishment And Be Brought Back Into God’s Favor?"

 

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