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Learn about children’s activities, weekends, special events and more.
DEEP BLUE KIDS! I’m Kat, along with my friends, Asia and Edgar. We’re on a Deep Blue adventure through the Bible. You can find us in the Deep Blue curriculum used at Haysville UMC, our awe-inspiring resources for children include adventure, exciting stories, science experiments, arts and crafts, animated video storytelling, and active games—all combined into a living-faith experience that will help children discover what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ today!
 
Each weekly adventure begins at church and then continues through the week at home with parent conversation and activity tips both printed and online. You won’t want to miss the free Deep Blue Adventure app that brings me and my friends right to your phone or tablet.
DEEP BLUE Sunday School
9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. in the Kid’s Kingdom Hall!
 
Preschool (3-5) in Narnia Room
K-3 grade in Ancient Kingdom
4-5 grade in Future Kingdom
Stuff for Parents
Nursery Care begins at 8:15 a.m. – Noon, Sundays and is also available during most special events.
 
Plan to have your children present for our wonderful Children’s Message every week during the worship services. At Second Service (11:00 a.m.) just after the Children’s Message, Children’s Church is offered. This involves a variety of activities – snacks, service, games, open play and always a bible message that includes a prayer using the kid’s very own joys and concerns ending in the Lord’s Prayer. We work to continue building up a strong, gospel-centered foundation for our children. We do this by teaching our kids about the nature and character of God—that He is wise, generous, loving and good.
 
J.A.M.(Jesus And Me) meets every Wednesday at 6:00pm for kids K-5. Come join the fun with crafts, activities and experiential learning.

VBS is a yearly Christian learning experience for children. At Haysville UMC, we hold our event for a week during the summer. “The origins of Vacation Bible School can be traced back to Hopedale, Illinois in 1894. Sunday school teacher D. T. Miles, who also was a public school teacher, felt she was limited by time constraints in teaching the Bible to children. So, she started a daily Bible school to teach children during the summer. The first Bible school enrolled forty students and lasted four weeks. A local school was used for classes, while an adjoining park was used for recess” – Wikipedia

 
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