Go

Contact Us

  • Phone: 563.210.1232
  • Email: info@sacredcitychurch
  • Office: 2816 Eastern Ave. #12 Daveport, IA 52807
  • Gathering: 2822 Eastern Ave. Davenport, IA 52807

 

 

SC Kids Blog

The Lord's Prayer (April 26th)

Posted by SC Kids on

This week's lesson came from Matthew 6:1-18 (Story 93 in The Gospel Story Bible) where Jesus teaches his disciples how to pray The Lord's Prayer. Make the most of your family worship time by downloading this week's Family Worship Guide and review the teaching notes below. Give in...

Continue reading…

Love Your Enemies (April 19th)

Posted by SC Kids on

This week we continued learning about the Sermon on the Mount. This week we focused on what Jesus taught us about loving our enemies. The lesson came from Matthew 5:17-48 or Story 92 from The Gospel Story Bible. Make the most of your family worship time by reviewing the teaching notes below and...

Continue reading…

The Beatitudes (April 12th)

Posted by SC Kids on

This week we began studying one of Jesus' most significant teachings which is referred to as The Sermon on the Mount. This week's lesson focused on the Beatitudes where Jesus says, "Blessed are those who..." This would be a very controversial teaching because it points to an upside down kingdom...

Continue reading…

The Resurrection (April 5th)

Posted by SC Kids on

This week we had a joyful celebration of Jesus Christ being raised from the dead. Our lesson for this week was called "The Resurrection" and comes from Matthew 27 & 28. You can find children's bible story in either "The Gospel Story Bible" (story 117) or in the "Jesus Storybook Bible"...

Continue reading…

Good Friday Family Devotion

Posted by SC Kids on

      Holy Week is easily one of the most significant weeks in the history of mankind. On Good Friday God-incarnate is killed and then the following Sunday he is raised in power and in glory! Friday is a funeral, Sunday is a wedding. Just like how we like to create traditions...

Continue reading…

The Priority of Family Worship

Posted by Samuel Schmidt on

  "Becoming a disciple means setting a new priority."-Tim Keller   I speculate that if you were to survey all the families that populate the local church about their weekly priorities and commitments; family worship would frequently be trumped by baseball practice, dance...

Continue reading…

Back to Top