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KIDS TEAM INFO

COVID-19 Updates

(04.01) - Given President Trump's statement extending the Coronavirus Safety Guidelines to the end of April, we are going to be doing Church Online for the full month of April. As we get closer to May we will have a better idea of what the next few months will look like.

THIS SUNDAY

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  • Worship (22 min) – 4 Songs
    • *Furious*
    • Stand In Your Love
    • *Living Hope*
    • What A Friend
  • Church News (4-6 min)
  • Sermon

[Steve closes and dismisses]

We have Family Dedication cards at our check-in desks! Since we’ll be having online church for the next two weeks, we will be changing the date of Family Dedication. For more information about it, click HERE! Below are the pictures of how your check-in desks should look. 

MGV – you guys should have your cards on the right hand side of the iPad!

WELCOME TO CHURCH NIGHT

  • Our next WTCN is April 28th.

HOME GROUPS

  • Home Groups begin Mar. 1st and sign-ups begin Feb. 16th.  
FAMILY DEDICATIONS:
  • Date is TBD.
  • HERE is a link to the sign-up.
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COMMUNICAITON

  • KD / COORDINATOR: CONTACTING PARENTS DURING EXPERIENCE
    • We will use ClubTexting to contact Parents who may need to attend to their children.
    • Make sure your coordinators are trained on how to login, compose & send the message!
    • It may even be helpful to train a few security teammates to be aware of how to use this process as well!
      • “Hello, your child, _____________, is in need of your assistance. See you soon at the check-in desk in JRNYkids! Thanks, JRNYkids Team”
  • TRAINING NEW TEAMMATE
    • When there is a new teammate scheduled to train, reach out to the trainer and attach THIS document to let them know of the practical steps to take to be an excellent trainer.

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SERVE SCHEDULES

HOW IT SHOULD LOOK

NEW TEAMMATE SHIRT

NEW TEAMMATE NOTEBOOK

PRE-CHECK BABIES + KIDS

CHECK-IN DESK

ALLERGY / MULTIPLE EXP. DOT STICKER

THIS MONTH'S COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Laurel House assists those whose lives have been victimized by domestic violence. Help place victims in homes on the Domestic Abuse Response Team, provide childcare, volunteer at Laurels’ Loft thrift shop, provide meals, or work around the home. Most opportunities are for women only due to the sensitivity of the ministry.

The Clinic has cared for over 135,000 patients who are uninsured and underserved in the Greater Phoenixville area. They look ahead to the future and the ever-changing healthcare environment to be sure they continue to be a safety-net provider for medical care, treatment, and diagnosis, serving the needs of the most vulnerable individuals and families in the area.

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