Easter Weekend in KidStreet!

What an amazing Easter weekend we’ve had in KidStreet! We hope you were able to join us for our Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday services. On Friday, we gave all children a take home craft to do to help talk about the significance of Easter. If you missed out on this, we still have Easter Cups available in the KidStreet office or you can click here for a list of supplies and a tutorial. And be sure to post pictures on our KidStreet Facebook page here!

 

We had a blast on Easter Sunday morning in the Treehouse. Mr Stephen shared about the empty tomb and we sang “1,2,3 Jesus is alive”.

 

Walkers through Kindergarten enjoyed a cookie and all classes worked on a special project for Mother’s Day.

 

Easter Sunday in The Backyard has traditionally been staffed with paid child care workers. This year, however, volunteers lovingly gave of their time to make this Resurrection Sunday a very special experience for the children of the preschool hallway!


Matthew 25:40 says, “Truly I tell you whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine you did for me.”

 

KidStreet is so thankful to all of our volunteers who cared for our children on Easter. They communicated loudly that because all people matter to God, our precious children matter to us!

 

Volunteer Kristi Dryden described Easter as one of her favorite Sundays to serve. And that was the beautiful attitude of our entire volunteer staff. What an incredible blessing to have angels moonlighting as volunteers in KidStreet especially on Easter Sunday.


If you are a parent of a child who benefited from this Sunday’s Easter programming be sure to show your appreciation. A “thank you”, be it an email, card, or personal interaction, goes a long way!