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KidzRock Virtue of the Month – October 2011

Fall is here!  God’s creativity is at play all around us as He changes the landscape from season to season.  
What a great month to have CREATIVTY! as our virtue. 

NO Xtreme Kidz: LIVE! Saturday, October 8th.  We will be back next Saturday, October 15th at 4PM.

Be sure to watch October’s Virtue Video here.  This will help you begin to think about what your child is learning in Kidz Rock and at Xtreme Kidz: Live! this month, so the church and the home can work on the same thing at the same time.

If you didn’t make it to Xtreme Kidz: LIVE! in September, your family didn’t get their 252Basics Family Yearbook.  Don’t worry, you can pick one up the next Sunday you are at RCC.

You can now pick up your family’s God Time Cards weekly or take an entire month’s worth of God Time Cards to put in your Family Yearbook because we believe what happens at home is even more important than what happens at church.  Kidz Rock is a spring board to you being your child’s spiritual leader.

We will top off October with a great party following Xtreme Kidz: LIVE! on October 29th, read more here.

Trunk or Treat – October 29, 2011

Xtreme Kidz Live & the TRUNK-OR-TREAT is still on for this evening, starting at 4pm. In case of bad weather, we will move everything inside (except your trunks of course).

Who?
RCC families and their guests will enjoy a fun night of family worship and Trunk or Treating.

What?
Trunk or Treat: Adults and kids alike are invited to dress up in their best (non-scary) costume and decorate their trunks (Yes, there will be a contest!) to create a fun and inviting environment for kids to collect their treats.  Don’t forget to fill a bucket with candy for all our little Trunk or Treators.

When?
Saturday, October 29th @ 4PM, Trunk or Treat will begin immediately following Xtreme Kidz: LIVE!

Where?
RCC Parking Lot

Why?
FUN! FUN! FUN!  A great opportunity for RCC families to invite friends and neighbors to Xtreme Kidz: LIVE! and enjoy some of the fun of the fall season.

How?
We will be able to pull off this fun night with the help of all the RCC families decorating their trunks and providing candy for all the little Trunk or Treators.

E-mail Amy Snyder with any questions.

2011-2012 Family Ministry Kick-off

With summer behind us, a new school year underway and families settling back into routines, we are ready to kick-off another great ministry season in RCC’s Family Ministry.  Here is a rundown of what you and your family can expect this weekend, September 10th and 11th.

 

  • Xtreme Kidz Live!  Join us Saturday afternoon at 4PM at RCC for the kick-off to our best family worship season yet.  You won’t want to miss out on getting one of September’s Widget.  It is something your family will use for months and, hopefully, years, to come.  Following an hour of singing, laughing and learning together, you are invited to hang out with friends while the kids jump in a jump house and enjoy popcorn and snow cones.  Hope to see you there!
  • Kidz Rock:  Sunday, September 11th launches RCC’s new morning worship schedule at 9, 10:15 and 11:30AM.  For many of our children, it is the Sunday to move up to the next age group in Kidz Rock.  Our new or soon-to-be 3 year olds will be moving to the Preschool room.  The new Kindergarten children will be moving up to the K-2nd Grade group.  And, our new 3rd graders will be moving to the upper elementary group for 3rd-5th Graders.  You know your child, so do what you know is best to prepare them for these transitions.
  • Youth Group:  Finally, the newly initiated Middle School students will be participating in their first youth group on Sunday evening from 6-8PM.  Although we will miss them being a part of Kidz Rock on Sunday mornings, we are excited about all of the students who have already signed up to serve on a regular basis on Sunday morning in Kidz Rock.  Along with the first youth group is the first Parent Group of the year.  We hope many parents of teens will make this a priority the first Sunday of every month during youth group.
– Amy