A couple of Sundays ago, we premiered the PARK KiDS Sr. Lego movie that’s based on Psalm 139. It is amazing! If you haven’t seen it or want to see it again, check it out on our Parkland Facebook page.
God is doing great things in PARK KiDS. Over the past few months, we have seen new children join the mix and multiply the friendships that seem to form almost immediately.
After only a couple of Sundays at Parkland, Mackenzie (4 years) went home and built a Lego creation of her own. She made a Parkland replica complete with me sitting at the check-in computer, a food table out in the sanctuary, and Mark preaching to an assorted bunch—including The Joker.
Isn't that the best thing you've seen this week?!
It’s exciting to see our kids getting excited about our church and what happens within these four walls. Initial impressions of church can form life-long beliefs about what church is like and who God is.
So what happens in PARK KiDS matters. The relational experiences and depth of teaching we’re providing our children matters. Guiding kids along their faith journeys and helping them explore their God-given creativity matters.
The proof is in the Lego.