Children’s Good Friday Service at Transfiguration Lutheran Church

The Early Learning Center children took part in the Children’s Good Friday Service at Transfiguration Lutheran Church.  Parents, grandparents and family friends came to the service as well as many of Transfiguration’s families who also took part in the service.  Renee Jefferson, Education Director, led the service.

The service started with the ELC children singing.  The Transfiguration’s Children’s Choir sang.  Then the Adventure Club (TAC) readers presented the lesson.  They had drawn the pictures that were displayed to illustrate the story and then read about the Passion of Christ.

 

The TLC-ELC children started the service with singing.

The TLC-ELC children started the service with singing.

singing at the service looking east

Thank You Thank You Jesus

Thank You Thank You Jesus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's important to dance when you sing too.

It’s important to dance when you sing too.

 

 

Breanna

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of course, it is also important to wave hello to moms and dads

Of course, it is also important to wave hello to moms and dads

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are all excited because we couldn't sing  "Hallelujah" during lent, so all of the Hallelujahs  had been put away in the star box.  Today day we could take them out and sing and shout HALLELUJAH!!

We are all excited because we couldn’t sing
“Hallelujah” during lent, so all of the Hallelujahs
had been put away in the star box. Today we could take them out and sing and shout HALLELUJAH!!

Hallelu 2DT & TAC singing

Singing for 2 year olds can mean with their hands up in the air with joy or fingers in the mouth with caution.

Singing for 2 year olds can mean with their hands up in the air with joy or fingers in the mouth with caution.

The TAC class provided readers who read the lesson of Jesus' last days, praying in the garden, falling asleep rather than watching for Him, marching with the soldiers, His death and forgiveness on the cross and finally His resurrection  - CLAP YOUR HANDS TOGETHER - JESUS IS ALIVE!!

The TAC class provided readers who read the lesson of Jesus’ last days, praying in the garden, falling asleep rather than watching for Him, marching with the soldiers, His death and forgiveness on the cross and finally His resurrection – CLAP YOUR HANDS TOGETHER – JESUS IS ALIVE!!

Afterwards the family members joined the children in their classrooms for treats.

Afterwards the family members joined the children in their classrooms for treats.