For more information, contact Linda Klepaczyk,
Director of Children and Family Ministries ( )
Intentionally IntergenerationalRelationships should be at the heart of every church and relationships will help ensure children see value in long term involvement in a church body, be is SFUMC or another church in their future. At SFUMC we intentionally plan events that will bring together our people of ALL ages and stages in life. Click on the pictures below to take a peek at our most recent Intergenerational Events.
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WHAT IS NIGHT IN BETHLEHEM?Experience Bethlehem during the census, visit shopkeepers in the market place, and learn about their trades. A hands-on interactive experience for the whole family!Sign your name on the Bethlehem Census rollKnead some bread dough at the bakeryHelp build a manger in the carpentry shopWrite your name in Hebrew at the scribe's tentDo a metal rubbing at the metal shopWeave a basket at the weaving shopHerd some sheep on a hillside near BethlehemMake special keepsakes along the waySample breads and sweets on your journeyPet the live stable animals.....even camels!The evening ends with a live nativity and presentationof the Christmas story and a time of carols.Click on the picture below to see pictures of the event!OUR NEXT NIGHT IN BETHLEHEM WILL BE IN DECEMBER OF 2020