September the Rooftop – Week 1

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September on the Rooftop – Week 1

Trust is putting your confidence in someone you can depend on. In the Bible, we see different people who have put their trust in God under some crazy circumstances. We’ll focus on Joseph, from the Old Testament, whose entire life was built on his trust in God’s faithfulness. This week, we learned about how Joseph was his father Jacob’s favorite and how his brothers were terribly jealous of this. Even after he was sold into slavery and alone in a far away country, he trusted God. Our bottom line this week: When you think you are alone, you can trust that God is with you.
Our memory verse this month is Proverbs 3:5,
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.”
Continue the lesson at home! Click here for this month’s parent resources!
Crosstown Kids rising K-5th grades should be dropped off in The Rooftop on Sunday mornings.  Doors open at 9:15am for the 9:30am service and 10:45am for the 11am service. Kids will get picked up, however, downstairs in our children’s area.  Please pick up a parent card upon check-in for more information including classroom numbers.

Mark Your Calendar:

 September 25: Annual 3rd grade Bible presentation.  Click here to register.
October 23: Join us for our annual Fall Festival, Chili Cookoff and Trunk r Treat!
October 30: Intergenerational Worship at 9:30am and 11:00am. Nursery will be provided for children ages 4 and under. No children’s programming or Rooftop.

Mission Project for September:

The HMUMC Preschool, Mother’s Morning Out, our Crosstown Kids and the Students Ministry are all teaming up to do a mission project each month. In September, we are partnering with McClain Hermes’ Shoes for the Souls program. We are collecting old shoes which will be donated to the Atlanta Mission, and we would love your help! Donation bins are located in The Rooftop, by the Preschool offices, and in The Shed. Thank you for your support.
Many Blessings,
Traci Lowry
Director of Children’s Ministry
Author: Traci Lowry

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