Jesus said, “Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God.” We love our children, and we believe they are a vital part of our worshipping community. Little Church is meant to form our children in our liturgical way of worship. We sing together, hear the Scriptures, profess the Apostle’s Creed, pray for each other, confess our sins to each other, and exchange the peace of the Lord. These common practices are meant to draw a child’s heart towards devotion of their Good Shepherd, Jesus. There are two types of volunteers who can serve for Little Church; the Homilist and the Liturgist. The Homilist bases their short lesson from the “Jesus Story Book Bible” with an emphasis on how Jesus’ love connects to us. The Liturgist pastorally leads the children into the wonder of worship through the various prayers and actions within our worship. We typically close Little Church with illustrative coloring sheets that communicate Scripture through art.