By Rebecca Wallace
On August 15, St. Paul United Methodist Church in Grant Park launched a new children’s ministry and study series with Super Family Night. St. Paul invited its members, friends, and neighbors for a fun-filled night of food and family fellowship. Through super-hero-themed activities, children were introduced to a 10-week Wednesday night program created to teach elementary aged kids that trusting God is their ultimate source of power. Children learned the superpowers of confidence, forgiveness, courage, self-control, and compassion through true heroes from the Bible.
“The children appear so empowered each and every week when they learn about a new super hero,” said St. Paul’s pastor Rev. Ellen Hopkins. “They are having a blast, and their parents are, too!”
The Super Hero Study Series will be held every Wednesday night at 6:15pm through October 10 and follows the church’s traditional Wednesday night supper catered by Homegrown Cafe. Children are still welcome to participate in the study series and all are welcome to supper each week. RSVP for meals by noon each Monday prior, either online at www.stpaulgrantpark.org by calling 404-688-7501, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the number of adults and children with your reservation.
St. Paul always welcomes neighbors to join them for worship on Sundays. Two services are offered: Worship First at 8:45am, a casual service with music and communion; and an 11:00am traditional service of music and worship. Please find more information at www.stpaulgrantpark.org.
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