JAM
Jesus And Me
 
Upcoming JAM Events
 

Wednesday, December 4th: Program parts will be going home to JAM kids. If your child did not sign up for a part but would like one, email Lydia (Youth@lesueurumc.org).  

Wednesday, December 19th: Christmas Program Dress Rehearsal, during JAM (Wednesday, 6:15 pm)
 

Christmas Program Sunday, Dec. 22: All kids in the program need to be at church by 9:15am. Friends and Family welcome!   Advent Random Act of Kindness: JAM Kids are invited to partake in the JAM Random Act of Kindness Challenge! Using an Advent Calendar handed out at JAM, the kids are invited to do something nice for someone. Calendars can be returned to Lydia on January 8th JAM for a treat and to be posted on the Kindness board!

 
There will be no JAM activities on December 25, or January 1. Happy Holidays!
 
 
  JAM
(Jesus And Me)
First day of JAM for Fall 2019 is September 11th.
 
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Our Mission is to share Jesus.

We Worship. We Learn. We share.
 We love others as Jesus loves us. 
We make our world better because WE are the church.
 
 
 
JAM 2019/20 Schedule
 

Wednesday nights will look a little different this year. Invite your friends and neighbors!  

New Schedule

5:45-6:15 pm: Dinner

6:15-6:45 pm: JAM Worship

6:45-7:30 pm: JAM classes & Adult Small Groups

7:30-8:15 pm: Contemporary Worship  

Faith Milestones
 
This is a glimpse of what our JAM students will be learning throughout the year:  
Pre-K & K: Learn a Table Prayer to use at meal time. Begin understanding the Christmas and Easter stories.  
 
1st & 2nd gr: Learn the Lord’s Prayer and Kids’ Creed along with simple faith statements. Be able to recite a memory verse and name five characters from the Bible.  
 
3rd & 4th gr: Learn about the books the Bible. Know how to find them and where they are located using the Table of Contents. Know ten Bible stories.  
 
5th & 6th gr: Recite the books of the Old and New Testament in order. Know 15 Bible stories. Understand the deeper meaning of Easter and Christmas.  
 
7th-9th gr: Be able to say a fill-in-the-blank prayer, easily find scriptures, know the categories of the books of the Bible, the basic church history, and Wesley concepts (grace and assurance). By the end of 9th grade, students should be able to write their faith statements.  
 
10th-12th gr: Be able to say a Spontaneous Prayer .