Welcome to Sojourn Midtown Family Ministry
Due to COVID-19, in-person meetings for Kids and Students at Sojourn Church Midtown have been suspended until further notice. You can read the announcement here. Limited services will begin in July, but Kids and Students will not be meeting. Though we cannot gather together, our Kids and Students ministries will continue to provide lessons in an online format. We don't want to let the opportunity pass to train up our children. With that in mind, the information for Kids and Students devotions and lesson are given below.
Sojourn Kids Gospel Project Lessons
The Sojourn Kids Gospel Project Lessons will be available on our YouTube channel and Instagram account.
Sojourn Students Summer Bible Study
This summer we will be having a weekly Zoom Bible Study on the Gospel of John. It begins on Sunday, June 14 at 5:30 pm. Students will be lead through a brief lesson, and spend the majority of time studying Scripture and answering questions within their breakout community groups. The goal of this study is to increase students knowledge of Scripture and to equip them to study God's Word on their own. For safety, we are not making the Zoom link widely available. The Zoom link will be sent out to parent/guardian contacts through our monthly newsletter. However, if you are new to Sojourn Church Midtown, have trouble accessing the newsletter, or have any other questions, you can contact Brad McKeehan, our Director of Students, to request the link.
List of Resources for Teaching Kids about Racial Reconciliation
12 Week COVID-19 Devotional Series
From March 22, 2020 through June 7, 2020 - Sojourn Kids and Students released weekly family devotional lessons. The purpose of these lessons was to assist parents in discipling their kids at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are specific Kids and Student videos for their age groups. The series works its way, from Jesus & Zacchaeus to the Great Commission. The series also includes, 4 lessons following the Gospel in Color by Curtis Woods and Jarvis Williams. We have compiled the basic layout of these devotions and placed them in a Google Doc. We pray that you continue to view and be encouraged by these devotions. If you have any issues in accessing the document, please email Brad McKeehan.