OKC Next Steps for Kids

Date

Oct 24 12:15 PM

Schedule

Once at 10/24/2021 12:15 PM

Jamie Schoeling

Administrative Assistant, Crossings Kids-OKC

Summary

This class is designed for children who want to learn more about what it means to be a Christian.

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OKC Next Steps for Kids

Event Details


Has your child been asking what it means to be a Christian? Is he/she wondering about baptism or what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ? Next Steps for Kids, offered to 2nd-6th grade students, focuses on these objectives.

There is no charge for this class — a meal and materials are included.

A parent session is offered to cover what the children learn in this class and what their next step should be. Next Steps for Kids meets on various Sunday afternoons throughout the year.

OKC Campus

Check in at the Kids 2nd Floor check-in counter to pick up your child’s name tag. We will provide lunch for the kids from 12:15-12:40p.m. Next Steps for Kids class begins at 12:45 p.m. in room 200. Please bring your Bible to class.

There is no charge for this class — lunch and materials are included.

A parent review is offered from 1:45–2:15 p.m. to cover what the children learn at Next Steps for Kids and what their next step should be.

NEXT CLASS

12:15 p.m. - Kids check-in and receive name tags. Lunch will be served to kids participating in class

12:45 p.m. - Class begins in Room 200

1:45 p.m. - Parent review in Room 200

Questions?

Contact Jamie Schoeling with any questions you have about Next Steps for Kids at Crossings OKC by phone at 405-302-1251.

“As we prepared to leave the parking lot after the class, my son seemed to have an urgency to make a conscious decision to pray and ask Jesus Christ to come into his heart as his Lord and Savior. Although he had done this at a much younger age, I could tell this time was different, and he really knew what he was doing, so I stopped the car and we prayed in the parking lot. The materials and information we heard in the parent class prepared me with conversation tools to lead my son to Christ at home.”