Logos is our mid-week ministry for students age 5 through 12th grade. It is held on Wednesday evenings, September through April. Many adult volunteers make Logos an intergenerational, relationship-building ministry. The Logos schedule includes:
Where children share a meal with two table parents and their “table family” . They enjoy a family-style meal, including dessert, and play a table game together. This is an amazing experience for the kids and adults as they build relationships with one another through Christ.
We unite all age groups to sing with our Praise Band, read scripture and pray. The youth and children are not just participants, but leaders in worship. Parents are encouraged to join us for worship, the last event of the evening, at 7:15 PM.
Bible studies connect God’s Word with the kids’ everyday lives. We have outstanding Bible study leaders who really get to know the children and help them grow in their relationship with Christ. Students are divided into age groups for Bible time.
Recreation allows students to have fun together playing games, doing creative activities, and building relationships with one another. These positive relationships often carry over to their other activity settings. We make lifetime friends at Logos!
The Logos ministry runs from September through April on Wednesday evenings generally following the Grand Island Public Schools calendar for holidays and days off. When there is no school there is no Logos. For your child to participate in Logos, there is a minimum commitment made by a parent or adult sponsor to volunteer for the ministry. Adults benefit from Logos just as much as the children and it is FUN! Many adults in our church who don’t have children participating in the ministry faithfully dedicate their Wednesday evenings to cooking, teaching, and playing with kids. We have many dynamic leaders who love to share Christ and Christian values with your children and youth. Volunteers are always needed!
“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship,
to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” Acts 2:42
Questions? Contact Christina Landenberger.