We are midway through another year of our LOGOS program and are happy to say that things are going very well. This intergenerational ministry has been a big hit for those involved and continues to grow.
This past semester we reached 14 children through this ministry and about 18 parents and siblings. We have already added another family for our spring semester and are excited to start back up again.
LOGOS has become a place for everyone involved to develop Christian relationships and learn about God and their faith through music, stories, crafts and more. We feel that we do important work and are sharing a piece of St. Philip’s with these families each week.
We would love for you to join us one week to see what it’s all about. As always, we are happy to answer any questions you may have.
Barbara Barnes and the LOGOS kitchen crew also have a few updates:
LOGOS recently completed a very successful Fall Session!
The children have enjoyed the recreation, music, bible stories and crafts, and Families have enjoyed participating the the family meals. Attendance averaged around 40 people at each meal including children, parents, and church members.
Congregation members and extended family members were invited to the Christmas Program and Dinner, and we were delighted with the turnout of 72 people, or maybe more, they wouldn’t sit still to be counted!
The average cost per person per meal, including paper products, was $1.69 for the regular meals, and $1.80 for the Christmas Dinner. We have a wonderful kitchen crew who do a great job, and seem to have a lot of fun!
Family members of the children and all members of St. Philips are invited to participate in all LOGOS functions. Dinner is served at 5:45 p.m. on most Wednesdays, and we are finished by 6:30 p.m.