Are you ready? LOGOS, a nondenominational, community centered Wednesday evening youth event, will begin another exciting new year beginning September 19 at 3:55 p.m.at the First Presbyterian Church, 100 S. Belle Fourche Avenue in Moorcroft.
LOGOS volunteers will meet elementary age students in the hallway at the Moorcroft K-8 School near the music room, and will then escort the students to the church. The evening will be complete with physical activity, snacks, worship, Bible study and supper.
Registration will be from 4-7 p.m. with an informational session at 6 p.m. during supper. Parents and guardians are required to complete registration forms and medical releases for all students attending LOGOS. This event will provide a great opportunity to do this, as well as find out more about the LOGOS program, meet the volunteer staff and join in fellowship with the LOGOS community. Registration forms may also be gotten at the church on Sunday morning, Mondays at 9 a.m.-noon or Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. or contact Pastor Monte at firstname.lastname@example.org to have the forms emailed to you.
With the theme “Growing with God”, students, their families, community and staff will journey together into the many teachings and stories of the Bible that reveal the ways we can grow closer to God in our day-to-day living.
Aptly described as “Christ-centered fun”, LOGOS is for the entire family and is supported by several congregations in the area. Elementary age students, including home schoolers and pre-school students, if accompanied by an adult, are invited to participate in recreation, worship and Bible study each Wednesday between 3:55 and 6:45 p.m. while similar junior and senior high activities will begin at 6:15 and conclude at 8:30 p.m.
Included in the regular LOGOS activities is a family-style meal served at 6:15 p.m. The community is invited to attend any and all elements of the LOGOS evening and especially encouraged to enjoy supper with the children and the rest of the LOGOS family.
Please know there are tuition fees that help to sustain the many components of the LOGOS program. However, no child will be denied enrollment in the LOGOS program.
Scholarships are available and will be arranged in case of need. Payment plans can be arranged as well. All financial arrangements will be kept confidential.
On September 26, the LOGOS staff will be hosting the Annual LOGOS Bike Rally! This is a great way to begin the fun of a new LOGOS year and is the perfect time to celebrate all that God has done in our community and will continue to do! Students, please plan to bring your bike, scooter, roller blades or skate board, your helmet and a friend and join in the fun.
As always, the LOGOS program is a great place to use your God-given talents and gifts. Volunteers are still needed in the kitchen: cooking teams, dessert teams and bread teams, table parents, teacher’s aide, worship assistant and in other areas that are being prayerfully considered.
Additionally, monetary donations are always welcome and used as scholarships for students and/or families who are unable to meet tuition needs.
If you have questions about the LOGOS program or are able to fill needs within the program, please call Pastor Monte at 217-251-1182 or 756-3554 and leave a message or email: email@example.com.