Children's Ministry During COVID-19


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Looking for ways to encourage and equip children and their families during this time? Wondering how to help parents and caregivers talk to kids about crises like coronavirus? You'll find a wide variety of excellent ideas below. 

Resources for Calming Anxiety and Fear:

Faith-Forming Activities Families Can Do While at Home Together: 

  • This idea for A Wonderful Way to Help Families Form Faith at Home This Fall involves blessing families with a gift bag that will be as fun for you to pack as it is for them to receive. 

  • Sidewalk Chalk, a digital newspaper published by First Hamilton CRC using content submitted by members between the ages of 2-18, is a great example of building community when you can’t be together in person. The best part? If you’re over age 60 and without access to a device, it will be delivered to your doorstep. #intergenerational

Resources for Family Bible Reading and Prayer: 

Resources for Engaging Children in Worship

Summer Children’s Ministry Alternatives

Planning for the Future

Ongoing Support 

  • If you're part of the CRC, Mimi Larson, the Faith Formation Ministries’ Children’s Ministry Catalyzer is available to provide you with children’s ministry support. Email Mimi at [email protected]
  • The CRC Children’s Ministry Leaders Facebook page is another wonderful resource and a great way to connect with others in similar roles. 
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Here are some links to what we are doing here at First Fremont CRC in MI for Lent! Praying for children's ministry leaders right now as you try to be creative and engaging. I know that I miss being with the kids in person!


This is great, Becki!