First Congregational to offer Faith Stepping Stones this fall

  • This fall, First Congregational Church of Dundee is offering Faith Stepping Stones, a family ministry program.

    This fall, First Congregational Church of Dundee is offering Faith Stepping Stones, a family ministry program. Daily Herald File Photo

 
Submitted by First Congregational Church of Dundee
Posted10/8/2019 9:42 PM

First Congregational Church of Dundee offers Faith Stepping Stones, a family ministry program that pulls parents into the role of primary faith mentors for their own children every night in every home, from 9 to 11 a.m. for three Saturdays, beginning Oct. 26 and ending Nov. 9.

Stepping Stones, taught by the Rev. Aaron James, is a program that equips parents and caregivers of children to nurture faith in their home, every day, through faith practices such as blessing, praying, sharing highs and lows, offering and receiving forgiveness and more.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The first of two Stepping Stones for the program year will be "Raising a Healthy Baby."

The three-session course is for parents with children aged newborn to 24 months or those expecting a child. They will explore the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of children and families experiencing this life change.

To find out more or explore on your own, go to www.faithink.com/inkubators/steppingstones.asp.

The program is open to non-members as well as members and is offered at no cost. If you would like to participate, please contact the church.

"The Church on the Hill" is located at 900 S. Eighth St. (Route 31 and Angle Tarn) in West Dundee.

For details, call First Congregational Church of Dundee at (847) 426-2161, ext. 202, or visit www.fccdundee.com.

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