SUNDAYS AT GRASSROOTS

Sundays at Grassroots

Sunday Morning Service starts @ 10:30am.

Kids (0-3) stay with their parents for the music, and parents can take their children to Nursery and Preschool (0-3) when dismissed at 10:55am. The worship leader will help direct you.

Kids JK-Grade 6 stay with their parents for the music and are dismissed @10:55am for Roots and Shoots with teachers who guide them back to their spaces of worship. The worship leader will help direct you.

The Message starts @ 11:00am.

The Why

Each week we gather together to devote ourselves to the teaching of the scriptures and for prayer. Week in and out we remember what is so easy to forget: that God is with us, Jesus is Lord, and God has called his people to join him in changing the world. We hope that while you are here you encounter the presence of the living God and you leave encouraged to follow Jesus stronger, live your life more passionately, and grow in faith, hope, love.

A normal service begins with a couple of songs, then a time of offering to support ministry at Grassroots, a couple more songs, a message from the scriptures, a time of communion, and a final song.

Every Sunday morning during the fourth worship song, children are guided to their own spaces to join in the Roots & Shoots program. Our leaders and assistants provide age-appropriate activities designed to help the kids focus on Jesus and get to know Him through study, prayer, and reflection. For Kindergarten, Gr 1-3, and Gr 4-6 students we offer this structured environment with stimulating lessons that encourage questions and spiritual growth. The children are encouraged to reflect, listen to what God wants to say to them, and experience God’s grace on a personal and community level.

The nursery and pre-school rooms offer a safe, welcoming space for children ages 0 – 3 years old. Each space is full of toys and books meant to engage the children.

Everybody is welcome to take part in communion.

After a couple more songs, the service ends, and all are invited, if you wish, to linger and chat.

And that’s it, really. Come back next week for more!

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