King's Kids: Heroes, Villains and Sidekicks
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Have you ever wished you could have a superpower to make your life a bit easier?
Have you ever wished you were a super hero – the one people counted on and that the bad guys were afraid of? Or maybe you feel like people expect you to act like a hero and you just can’t do it?
Life isn’t always easy – we all know this. Every day we face things that might make us worried, sad or tempted to do something we know is wrong. We face choices about how we respond. We can try and be a hero and do it all ourselves. We can give up on being good and just go and do whatever will be good for us (and be a bit of a villain). Or we can choose to look to the only real superhero the world has ever known; Jesus. We can trust in Him, who He is, what He has done for us and what He’s going to do.
What will the series involve?
This term at King’s Kids it’s going to be all about superheroes as we look at these ideas a bit more. Of course, we’ll be playing some fantastic superhero games and kitting out our rooms with some amazing superhero props. But we’ll also be looking at some of the young people from the Bible who are thought of as ‘heroes’ and giving you the chance to work out what who you want to be in the story; ‘hero’, ‘villain’ or ‘sidekick’?
When and where is it?
If you’re in school years reception to 6 we’d love to have you join us.
City Centre - 10am – 11.45am at the King’s Centre
Mile Cross - 11.30am - 12.45pm at the Norman Centre
City West - 3.30pm – 5pm at St Peter’s Church, Park Lane
You will need a parent or carer to sign you in and out.
Are all your helpers DBS checked?
The three kid's clubs across all of our sites are run by volunteers from the church who are all DBS checked and supervised by the leaders of the church. For more information please get in touch; 01603 765795 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.kingsnorwich.com