BLLC Kid's Ministry

We are so glad you are here!  Children are important to Jesus!  Come and join us as we share the love and grace of Jesus through stories, music, activity, and community service.

"I have called you by name, you are mine."  Isaiah 43:1b




On each Sunday during the 2018 Lent season, the children will be studying and responding to the "I Am" statements of Jesus.  Watch for a weekly visual art response to be displayed in the Sanctuary.

      I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life

      I am the Good Shepherd

      I am the Light of the Word

      I am the Vine, you are the branches

      I AM

      I am the Bread of LIfe

      I am the Resurrection and the Life


About Our Kid's Ministry Program

Our Sunday School program is offered during the school year on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am, just before the start of the 10:00 worship service. The children will engage in a multi-age program for approximately 45 minutes; then, the children will join their families in worship and attend Holy Communion together as a family.

Kid's Ministry uses a workshop-based curriculum called Sparkhouse Rotation, a model that offers a different workshop each week in order to experience the same Bible story from different perspectives.  At Beaver Lake Lutheran Church (BLLC), your children receive loving attention and see God's love in action! 


The Lord says,
“The rain and the snow come down from the sky. They do not return to it without watering the earth. They make plants come up and grow . . .

The words I speak are like that. They will not return to me without producing results.”
Isaiah 55:10-11

If you are interested in Confirmation education or our Kid's Ministry, contact the church (651-739-8092) for more information.



                                                                                          Kid’s Ministry Lent Visual Project

During the five Sunday mornings in the 2017 Lenten season, the children explored the parts of Luther’s Small Catechism.  In addition to a brief lesson, the children extended their understanding of the lesson with a visual art response.  To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the visual art project represented Luther’s Seal.  Luther designed the seal as a visual summary of his theology.  Each week for the Lent Wednesday service, a new layer has been added to represent a part of Luther’s Small Catechism. 

The children have “followed in Martin Luther’s footsteps” and extended their understanding of the Ten Commandments, the Lord’s Prayer, Holy Communion, and the Apostle’s Creed into a visual form.

The children’s visual response to Luther’s Small Catechism is complete.  Did you have a favorite layer?



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