King’s Kids slated to kick off Oct. 4

By Dorman Diller
Special to The PREVIEW
Keep Walking in Jesus is the theme for the annual King’s Kids program at the Church of Christ.
Bible stories about living a Christian life will come from the book of Acts. Activities will include singing, Bible study, games, prayer, refreshments and a visit from the puppets.
King’s Kids will begin Wednesday, Oct. 4. Classes will meet each Wednesday evening through Nov. 8 from 7 to 8 p.m. The six-week free program of Bible study is sponsored by the Church of Christ located at 277 Lewis St. to help children learn more about God, His word and to grow into better young people. Children 2 years old through the eighth grade are invited to attend.
Following the last class, there will be a closing program. The evening on Nov. 8 will begin with a Thanksgiving dinner. Following dinner, the children will present a short program of some of the things they have learned. Awards will be presented for perfect attendance and outstanding work.
The Joy Bus will run to provide transportation in the downtown area. Enrollment slips may be found in today’s paper or you may call the church building to enroll your children.
For more information, call the church building at 264-2552 or Dorman Diller at 264-4454.

This story was posted on September 28, 2017.