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For Sunday school we always use the CD's that come along with the curriculum. And for children's church (during the sermon) a musician from our congregation leads singing using the Sing With Me and Life songbooks. It works out great, but I'm wondering what others do? Do you bring all the kids together or do they sing in their Sunday school rooms? I've seen lots of worship DVDs that include kids singing and song motions. Has anyone used those? Any recommendations?


I would suggest that you do not worry too much about what others do.   Rather, ask yourself what is edifying in your situation.   We have decided to have Sunday School classes , including also adult Bible study, before church, not during church.  Some sunday school classes sing, others do not.  Sometimes they get together to sing, other times not.  But every Sunday the sall children do come to the front at the beginning of  the service to hear a story and to sing some songs (mostly by memory), in front of the congregation.   And the rest of the congregation sings with them.  It is a way for everyone to share in the joy of the children, and for the children to know that they are welcome in church. 

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