Next Sunday at First UMC, Princeton, we will be celebrating Children’s Sabbath. This week is a special time for us to focus on children, near and far. Throughout the week, I will be sharing some prayers, thoughts, and even some words on some fairly controversial issues dealing with children.
However, today, I decided to start this journey near home with something a little more on the “lite” side of things.
Our Children’s Moments at FUMC are improvisational messages that I base on some object that one of the children bring in a brown bag. (Yes, we do have some rules – nothing can be placed in the bag that is alive or was recently alive and nothing can be placed in the bag that might embarrass someone. Also, I encourage the children NOT to bring anything overtly religious. It should be an everyday item for them.)
To say the least…this is a lot of fun…sometimes more for the children and adults than it is for me. But rule one of improv, I believe, is to accept whatever you have been given. The rest comes from there and prayer.
Enjoy this time we had with our children…feel free to share and comment!
3 thoughts on “Children’s Week…A Beginning Point”
That’s a great look for you!
Yeah…flashing lights on my head would be a good warning sign to everyone!
Always enjoy children’s time but this one was special. Great spur of the moment lesson for all of us.