In place of our annual Love Luncheon, the Children’s Ministry has cooked up a yummy way for adults and elementary-aged kids to get to know each other. We know you’ll love it! Who doesn’t love cookies?!
Families will bake cookies (from a pre-made dough) to share with honorary grandparents. Both kids and adults will fill out getting-to-know-you forms and send them off with a short note. Everyone gets cookies and meets someone new! It’s a sweet and safe way during COVID-19 to help friendship grow!
Wondering exactly how this will work? Here are the details:
Instructions for Kids: Registered kids will receive a Cookies and Friendship Kit February 7, 4:30-5:30pm at the Rotunda breezeway. The kit will include pre-made cookie dough and frosting, as well as a fun form to fill out to help honorary grandparents get to know them. Families bake the cookies at their convenience sometime before February 14. Once the cookies are prepared, families will have the option of dropping some off at their matched adult’s doorstep or at the church for pick up.
Instructions for Adults: Registered adults will wait to receive freshly baked cookies from their honorary grandchildren on or before Valentine’s Day, February 14. (They’ll have the option of having them delivered or picking them up at the church.) Upon receiving the cookies, they’ll fill out a matching getting-to-know-you form and will put it in the mail along with a note to their cookie bakers!
Cookies and new friendship—what could be better?
Registration for families and adults begins January 25 and ends February 3. HERE is the link!
—Becky

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