Cook's Kids - November 2014

It's a Fun Fall Giveaway!!!

On October 31 from 5-8pm in our parking lot, we will hand out backpacks stuffed with Frisbees, salvation bracelets, and information about our church. If you have the gift of gab and/or the gift of giving, this is the event for you. Come hang out with your Cook friends and meet new ones as they walk past our church and park in our parking lot headed to trick or treat. If you would like to take advantage of this grand opportunity for outreach, sign up on the bulletin board at the foot of the stairs.

Fun Family Fellowship

October 29 will be our first ever Fun Family Fellowship. This event is designed especially as a fellowship time for members of Cook. The concession stand will be open, so bring a few dollars for dinner and hang out with your kids playing games, having fun, and enjoying each other. If you would like to contribute candy, the bulletin board outside the nursery has apples and pumpkins ripe for picking that suggest needed donations. Working the games more your style? See Rebecca to find out where your hands and feet can be best utilized.

M&M's and M&M's Minis continues...

Sunday evenings are a blast learning music to praise Jesus and learning about missionaries, missions work, and opportunities to share Jesus. Don't miss it on Sundays from 4:30-5:50pm.

The DIGG

Wednesday evenings from 6-7pm you can Dig Into God's Guidebook! Our first through third grades are learning to recite the books of the Old Testament, and fourth through sixth grades are learning to quote verses with a very small prompt. Your kids are amazingly adept at memory work. Keep up the good work Kaye Ambrose, William Hogan, Leigh Ann Williams, Sharee Levite, Tiffany Holstead, Leah Simmons, Thomas Boyd, April Fox and Ginger Willis. Your dedication is paying off!

Our preschoolers are digging into the Bible, learning how every story told, points to Jesus. What a great theme for them to understand! Thank you Holly Cooksey, Claire Carroll, Gabriela Johnson, and Stephanie Roberts for leading these kids.

Penny Dunn

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