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Easter for Kids
at King of Kings Lutheran
Easter for Kids
Saturday, April 8
9:00am – 12:00noon
A day of fun for children age 3 through grade 6
celebrating the Resurrection!
Learning the Bible account of the Resurrection
Crafts that celebrate Jesus’ victory for us
Games and recreation
Making, baking and enjoying “Empty Tomb Biscuits”
A station of young and hatching baby chicks (a Resurrection symbol)
Come between 8:50-9:00am on Saturday, April 8!
All free of charge and open to the public.
Holy Week Services
Palm Sunday, April 9: 8:00 & 10:45am
Maundy Thursday: 7:00pm
Good Friday Service of Darkness: 7:00pm
The mission of King of Kings Evangelical Lutheran Church,
in accordance with the inspired and inerrant Word of God,
is to glorify the Lord God through
worship, teaching, fellowship, and sharing the message of salvation
with its members, the community, and the world. [Mt 28:18-20]
What to Expect at King of Kings
When you visit King of Kings you receive a worship folder that provides notes to help you follow the worship service. The order of service for special services (like Christmas, Easter, etc.) is printed out entirely in the folder. On most Sundays we follow an order of service in the hymn book. The notes in the worship folder help guide you through the service.
You are welcome to participate in worship, or to just follow along silently if you choose.
You will not be called out or put on the spot in any way.
At worship we want you to meet with God in a way that works for you.
At King of Kings children are welcome in worship. We encourage their presence. During our 10:45am Sunday service each week there is staffed childcare available for young children. Some parents have young children spend the hour there. Others take their children to the nursery during the sermon so parents can focus on the message and children have a break in the middle part of the service. Still others keep young children in the service for the entire hour. Learning to be in worship and to appreciate this special time with God can be a process.
Come as you are. There is no dress code. Some people come wearing suits and dresses. Others wear casual clothes. You will not stand out if you dress as you normally do.
With that in mind a couple of tips may be helpful. Because we are entering into the presence of God in a special way in worship, it is good to dress modestly. Because children often behave similar to the way they are dressed, you may find they sense this is a special time with God if they are dressed in a set of their better clothes rather than if they are dressed in athletic gear or sweats.
Expect to meet other people who are seeking relationship with God. You may have heard the saying, “Christians aren’t perfect. Just forgiven.” That is so true. We come each week to confess our sins, to hear God’s forgiveness, to find strength in his Word, and to be encouraged through this time of worship with others who seek God. Following each Sunday Service we have a few minutes of refreshments time when we enjoy connecting with other worshipers.
For more information call: 518-371-9544. If nobody answers, please leave a phone number and message. We call back.