Do you have what you need to keep your kids busy this summer? Stop by our Book Fair and shop award-winning Bibles, books, and videos for babies to ten-year-olds. Save up to 15% plus free shipping on all Book Fair titles.
Stop by the Moravian Board of Cooperative Ministries Resource Center During the week of June 6-10, 2016 when we will have curriculum displays also.
We will be open each day and on June 9 we will stay open until 8:00 PM.
Our Book Fair is sponsored by Sparkhouse Family, an imprint of sparkhouse, that is committed to telling stories that help parents instill an open-hearted, transformational, lifelong Christian faith in their children at every age and stage. The books will include some Sparkhouse Family favorite titles, like The Spark Story Bible, as well as books and Bibles from their much-anticipated Frolic series, which combines child development principles and faith concepts to help little ones take their first steps in faith.
Wanting to do something new in Sunday School? Interested in seeing new options for Sunday School?
Make plans to come by the Board of Cooperative Ministries Resource Center sometimes during the week of June 6-10 and visit the curriculum displays. We will be open late on Thursday, June 9 until 8:00 PM
Displays of classroom models, lectionary models, rotation models, intergenerational options, youth and adult elective studies, and Preschool options will all be set up. It is a great opportunity to get a hands on look at the options. It is also a great chance to celebrate and thank your Sunday School leaders by treating them to lunch or supper and then a visit to the center.
We will have staff to answer your questions. If you want to place your orders for next year, we will have a computer station with the ordering information available
Please save Sunday August 14, 2016 at a special day for children and families as we celebrate our third annual Children’s Festival and Lovefeast
2:00-4:30 Activities of all kinds around Salem
4:45 Lovefeast in the sanctuary at Home Moravian
Sponsored by the Moravian Board of Cooperative Ministries and Salem Creek RCC group