Saturday October 28 is a day for families and fun in the Village of Bloomingdale at the annual Halloween Party. Bloomingdale Church strives to be actively involved in our community. At the Oct 28 community event, we will be partnering with the Bloomingdale Public Library to provide free face painting.
How can you help? Be a face painter!
We’re looking for at least 15 volunteers from 12-1:30pm and 15 volunteers from 1:30-3pm. Please wear a Bloomingdale Church shirt (if you have one).
You do not need to be a skilled artist! We will have a one-page “menu of options” of easy designs for kids to choose from.
Need some practice? Come to a fun, non-committal practice session on Sunday October 22 at 12:30pm in Common Grounds. Pizza lunch included. Attending the practice session is not required.
Contact Morgan, Children’s Director: email@example.com / 630.894.0090
We believe God has gifted all of us to serve in someway to encourage the body of Christ (aka. the Church). You might be surprised that the part you play best could be a great need for our church–take your MyFit Questionaire (click here) to find out.
A growing need in our church is the individuals interested in learning or are knowledgable in filming and video editing. Video making requires an artistic eye for detail while being a good story-teller. We are putting together a team to meet the needs for program promotion and visual story-telling.
In 2015, our film team pulled off our largest project yet, with 15+ actors and 5 camera men. Click here: “Life Saving Station.”
Time requirements–Simply attend one meeting every other month, as well as the time spent working on the unique projects.
Fill out the MyFit form and say ‘hi’ to Nate Kugel, the film team staff coordinator:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org – (630) 894-0090
If I were somewhere in the age of 3 to 6 years old, I would probably love going to Children’s Church. As the NextGen Pastor, I’ve sat amongst the children and I too have been mesmerized by teachers, like Ms Denise (pictured below). From her wealth of experience as a special education teacher in Glendale Heights, Ms Denise knows how to manage a classroom, making all children feel safe and loved. She always brings out a picture of Jesus, reminding children that they are loved by Him. In her classroom, we all are learners hearing the amazing stories of the Bible.
What are kids, age 2-6th grade learning at Awana Club? We are learning a lot about God:
- Puggles and Cubbies have been learning about the days of creation. What a powerful and creative God we serve!
- Sparks have been going through the Konnect series (a resource from Life.Church) about our identity in Christ. Check out the videos we use!
- In T&T, kids are learning that God is Truth, God is All-Powerful, God is Everywhere, and God is All-Knowing.
- PAK students are going through the Sermon on the Mount. They recently discussed what it means to be salt and light to the world.