Families Enjoy Fun and Fellowship at Children’s Church Cloverdale Church Brings Unity Through Family Ministries

Families Enjoy Fun and Fellowship at Children’s Church Cloverdale Church Brings Unity Through Family Ministries More than 400 people attended Cloverdale Church’s Harvest Party in Boise on Oct. 28, 2006. The whole day focused on children and family, including Children’s Church presented by Aileen Andres Sox, children’s editor for Pacific Press. Her talk about animals featured a dog who performed acrobatics. The evening Harvest Party included vespers, dinner and lots of fall food treats, a hay ride, pony rides and various contests and games. “This was truly a combined effort involving many people from area churches,” said Rhonda Morauske, Family Ministries co-director along with her husband, Tim. “There is a fabulous spiritual strength in unity,” continued Morauske. “The growth has been outstanding since the first Children's Church in August 2005.” Cloverdale’s Family Ministries hosts a quarterly Children’s Church with the goal of giving families a spiritual boost and to draw together area churches in a mini-retreat that is family-friendly. The Cloverdale Church is blessed with an excellent facility, central location and energetic leadership. In September, the Children’s Church presenter was Ben Roy of the Science Zone (www.gosciencezone.com). The children watched and participated in a multitude of science experiments that brought home spiritual points. “I thought it was really exciting and fun because he blew lots of things up and did experiments with chemical reactions,” said Zoe and Gracie Watson. “It was cool when he used dry ice to freeze plastic balls and shatter them.” For more information on upcoming events, go to www.cloverdale.org.

Families Enjoy Fun and Fellowship at Children’s Church

Cloverdale Church Brings Unity Through Family Ministries

More than 400 people attended Cloverdale Church’s Harvest Party in Boise on Oct. 28, 2006. The whole day focused on children and family, including Children’s Church presented by Aileen Andres Sox, children’s editor for Pacific Press. Her talk about animals featured a dog who performed acrobatics. The evening Harvest Party included vespers, dinner and lots of fall food treats, a hay ride, pony rides and various contests and games.

“This was truly a combined effort involving many people from area churches,” said Rhonda Morauske, Family Ministries co-director along with her husband, Tim. “There is a fabulous spiritual strength in unity,” continued Morauske. “The growth has been outstanding since the first Children's Church in August 2005.”

Cloverdale’s Family Ministries hosts a quarterly Children’s Church with the goal of giving families a spiritual boost and to draw together area churches in a mini-retreat that is family-friendly. The Cloverdale Church is blessed with an excellent facility, central location and energetic leadership.

In September, the Children’s Church presenter was Ben Roy of the Science Zone (www.gosciencezone.com). The children watched and participated in a multitude of science experiments that brought home spiritual points.

“I thought it was really exciting and fun because he blew lots of things up and did experiments with chemical reactions,” said Zoe and Gracie Watson. “It was cool when he used dry ice to freeze plastic balls and shatter them.”

For more information on upcoming events, go to www.cloverdale.org.

January 01, 2007 / Idaho Conference
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