November on the Rooftop – Week 5

November on the Rooftop – Week 5   We have had a great month talking about service!  On Sunday, we visited Matthew 6:1-4.  During the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus shared that when we do good deeds, that we do it in secret.  Helping others is not to be done for recognition but in service…

November on the Rooftop – Week 4

November on the Rooftop – Week 4   In 1 Kings 17, Elijah asks a poor widow to give her last meal to him to eat during a terrible drought in the land.  Despite the fear of going hungry, she trusted in God’s promise to provide flour and oil for herself and her son until…

November on the Rooftop – Week 3

November on the Rooftop – Week 3   Kids may not think they have much to give, but God can use whatever they have to accomplish something great. We tackled this concept on the Rooftop on Sunday by visiting John 6:1-3. A young boy only had 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish, but offered…

November on the Rooftop – Week 2

November on the Rooftop – Week 2   This week we continued to talk about service by diving into the Old Testament and visiting Deuteronomy where we learned that when we serve we should have a good attitude.  Rather than complain when we serve others, we should joyfully serve others in need.  Our Bottom Line:…

October on the Rooftop – Week 2

I am so excited about this month’s theme and weekly bottom lines. Each of us has God given potential that he has placed within us for his purpose. He intends us to use the gifts within us to love and serve others as we share the good news of Jesus Christ. Our Crosstown Kids are…

October on the Rooftop – Week 3

Individuality is discovering who you are meant to be so you can make a difference.  Our memory verse is 1 Timothy 4:12a, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young. Set an example for the believers in what you say and how you live.” Last week Paul explained to the church at Corinth…

HMUMC Celebrations – 2015 Third Grade Bible Presentations

2015 Third Grade Bible Presentations On Sunday, September 27, 2015, 49 third graders received their Bibles. It was a beautiful sight to see all of those adorable faces in worship. Passing along the stories of our faith from one generation to another is an important tradition in our church. It is our prayer that this…

A Crosstown Kids Thank You

We were extremely blessed to have Rev. Jan Imig serve as our Interim Associate Director of Children’s Ministry at HMUMC from January to July of this year.  Jan answered God’s call and came out of retirement to share her amazing gifts and experience with our program.  She has been an inspiration to both our volunteers…

August on the Rooftop

Wisdom: Finding out what you should do and doing it. When it comes to wisdom, we want every child to grow up and say: “I can trust God no matter what.” And, because of how they trust Him they will also realize they can treat others the way they want to be treated and make…