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Baby Dedication

IMG_2029Our next Baby Dedication will be held Sunday, July 4, 2021, during the second service (10:45).   If your family wishes to participate, please email debra.stephens@cbcowasso.org the following information by June 20:   Parent’s names, baby’s full name and birthdate, and attach a photo of baby that is suitable to put the on the big screen and a certificate.

This Baby Dedication Service is not a baptism or christening, but is a ceremony of the parents and the church pledging to work together to raise this child  in a loving Christian environment focusing on God.

Sunday School reminder for parents:

Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m.  and concludes at 10:30 a.m. The teachers plan their lessons each week and have the bible lesson, fun games, snacks, and craft projects for your children.  Please make every effort to have your child arrive in class by at least 9:45 so they can enjoy all of the classroom activities and not walk in on a class in progress where they will feel as if they’ve missed out.

We are taking Covid-19 precautions by wearing masks (requested, not required), handwashing and hand sanitizing, and extra effort cleaning our rooms, tables, and high touch surfaces.

If attending the second worship service (10:45-12:00), you will pick up your child at the conclusion of Sunday School (10:30) if they are in the 4’s and up.  It’s a good idea to take them to the restroom, get a drink, etc. before worship time.  They will remain in worship time with you until the announcement is made for preschool worship (4’s through K) and children’s worship (1st-3rd graders).  Your children may continue to sit with you, or you may send them out to Preschool or Children’s worship.  After worship, please pick them up in the children’s wing.

Student Takeover

Our Wednesday night fun and worship for kids!  We are using The Gospel Project curriculum. We have classes for 4 year olds through Senior High..  Check out our main church website: www.cbcowasso.org for more info on classes for age groups other than children.