The Oasis – Room 208
Bedouin tent dimly lit in a silhouetted oasis provides a storyteller’s paradise and a perfect place for reflection.
The Parable Place – Room 213
Puppetry and dramatic expression are a natural in this “theater in the round” set in the hills of the Galilee region.
The Temple School – Room 212
Here students actively learn Biblical skills including geography lessons with maps painted around the room.
The Red Sea Cinema
The aroma of warm popcorn, theater seats, and movies amid the parted Red Sea provide an exciting place to get an overview of the story.
All of Our The Workshop Rotation Model program has been described as "a whole church ministry" disguised as a children’s program. Every five weeks, a theme or Bible lesson is the focus for “workshops” designed to teach that lesson by engaging the children’s multiple intelligences. Children ages three through fifth grade attend the beginning of the worship service and then go to the chapel where they meet their “shepherds.” The three- and four-year-olds are led to their Worship Wonders program upstairs. Approximately once every six weeks we all meet for family worship when the theme of worship may include what the children have studied in CrossWalks. Children learn to worship by experiencing worship, and we celebrate their presence among us. CrossWalks meets year round. In the summertime we consolidate classes and include additional themes not covered during the school year. All of our themes are tied to the Five Part Story.
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A Joyful Noise – Room 210
Through musical expression and movement, the students experience the Biblical story while praising God.
Martha’s Table – Room 209
Cooking in an ancient kitchen and eating on the rooftop awaits students in this room.
Noah’s Art – Rooms 205-207
More than just a craft room, children and youth will interpret the stories through many mediums of artistic expression.
Biblical Bytes – Room 206
Computer research, games and creative writing are done in this room.