AURORA NEXTGEN ONLINE

A church isn't a building—it's the people. Sometimes families can't make it to church but that doesn't mean you should miss out. Aurora NextGen Online is a resource to help families discover Jesus and the journey... together. 

COVID-19 PARENTING RESOURCES

We know that times like these can be overwhelming and some of our kids may be experiencing fear or anxiety about what is going on in the world around them. Help your kiddo through some big emotions and encouraging them that they serve a Bigger God:

NEXTGEN ZOOM GROUPS

Life is better together… and we miss you! Parents, your student & kids are invited to join a NextGen Zoom Group on a live video chat call! “Zoom Groups” are opportunities to catch-up with each other, discuss the lesson video from last Sunday, and pray for each other!

Kids Zoom Groups (1-6th Grade): Wednesdays at 3:30pm for 45 minutes. (starting Wednesday, March 25)
Student Zoom Groups (7-12 Grade): Wednesday from 7:30-8:30pm

Once registered, parents will receive an email with the link. 

Early Childhood
Birth-Kindergarten

Following the leader is definitely something preschoolers love and understand. What they need to learn is that throughout life there will be countless choices of leaders they can follow. We want them to know who the best leader is to follow. And that is Jesus! Jesus is the best leader we can follow! By the end of this month, when we ask preschoolers who can you follow, our prayer is that they will answer, I can follow Jesus. Why? Because Jesus loves us, and He will always lead us in the best way.

MARCH 8

BIBLE STORY: Andrew and Peter; John and James Matthew 4:18-22; Luke 5:1-11
BOTTOM LINE: Jesus says, “Follow Me.”

MARCH 15

BIBLE STORY: Matthew (Tax Collector) Matthew 9:9-12
BOTTOM LINE: Everyone can follow Jesus.

MARCH 22

BIBLE STORY: The Twelve The Gospels
BOTTOM LINE: I can all follow Jesus.

MARCH 29

BIBLE STORY: Love One Another John 13:34-35
BOTTOM LINE: When I follow Jesus, I can love everyone.

Elementary Kids
1st-6th Grade

Throughout the Bible, we can read about the importance of forgiveness. Right from the start, God made a way for Adam and Eve to have a relationship with Him again. The same is true for us. No matter how much we mess up, God will always make a way to forgive us. When it comes to forgiveness, we can also look to Jesus, who chose to forgive even those who were crucifying Him. Because of God’s amazing forgiveness, we should work hard to forgive others.

MARCH 8

BIBLE STORY: Zacchaeus Luke 19:1-10
BOTTOM LINE: When you forgive others, it can change them.

MARCH 15

BIBLE STORY: Jesus Teaches on Forgiveness Matthew 5:1-2; 23-24
BOTTOM LINE: Take the first step to forgive others.

MARCH 22

BIBLE STORY: The Story of the Lost Son Luke 15:11-24
BOTTOM LINE: Everyone needs to be forgiven.

MARCH 29

BIBLE STORY: Father and Older Brother Luke 15:21-32
BOTTOM LINE: When you don’t forgive, you miss out.

Aurora Student Ministry (ASM)
7th-12th Grade

We were all designed to ask questions. As toddlers, we constantly asked, "Why?" But as we get older, asking too many questions is often discouraged — especially when those questions are about our faith. But in this 4-week series, we're talk about how having questions (and even doubts) about God might not be as scary or as shameful as we thought.

GENEROSITY

Generosity is our privilege because Jesus was first generous towards us. Join with the vision of Aurora Community Church to make an impact in the Shoreline community.