Welcome Back, Revival Kids! We are excited to begin ministering to your children. Revival is taking the next step and are thoughtfully opening a limited number of rooms for babies through 5th grade beginning Sunday, July 5. Like our redesigned Sunday and Wednesday services, we’re taking additional steps to keep our Revival Kids environments safe and fun for your family! Here are a few things you can expect:
• Each classroom will have a maximum of 6 kids with two adults.
• Outdoor assisted check-in with a wellness check for all children.
• Each child will be ushered to rooms by a Revival Kids staff member.
• Revival has all-new, easy to clean toys for our children so we will not allow outside items into classrooms.
• Snacks will not be served at this time.
For those who aren’t able to attend in-person, we are still providing weekly lessons through Revival Kids at Home as well as pick up packets. We also have Family Rooms available for those wanting to attend service in-person as a family.
We look forward to seeing your children all of the Revival Kids on Sundays and Wednesdays starting July 5. We continue to pray, plan, and prepare to make the ministry of Revival Kids available to as many children as possible.
Revival MOMS is a ministry for moms-to-be and moms of little ones who want to grow in the Word together and find fellowship with other women in the same season of life! Once a month we gather together to be refreshed and equipped to walk in Christlikeness in motherhood. Revival MOMS meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM from September to May. If you’re a mom and would like to be apart of this ministry register today online.
Revival Cares COVID-19 Outreach
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyone—across our nation, and worldwide. In the middle of the panic and fear and the calls for social distancing, we know that people need to be able to find kindness in the chaos. We are called to help, calm, and spread kindness. The Bible reminds us of this vital truth, “Therefore, whenever we have the opportunity, we should do good to everyone—especially to those in the family of faith” (Galatians 6:10). We are a family, and it is a blessing to respond to this call, at this time. COVID-19 has caused stress, anxiety, and fear, particularly among the elderly, immune-compromised, and unemployed members of our church family. Pastor John, the staff, and our church family here at Revival feel a strong call to help out those in need. We have prayerfully come up with three practical ways to help our family at Revival in this season: