Last night at the Journey we organized our evening a little different than before. At 6:30 P.M. we kicked-off with worship (thank you John Poole for leading the group) and had everybody together for a few announcements and a game of human bingo.
Afterwards, we had the 8th through 12th graders together for the lesson and rotated the 6th through 7th graders out for small groups. When the lesson was over, which took roughly less than 20 minutes, we rotated the 8th through 12th graders out for small groups and the 6th and 7th graders came in for the lesson.
For those of you that are reading this and were in attendance last night I would like to know how well rotating the different grades in and out worked for you. What did you like best about it? What did you like least about it? Is this something that you would recommend for us to do again?
As we continue to move towards our mission of seeing many youth in the Cross Lanes area and beyond committed to Jesus Christ, His body, and to serving Him, let’s keep in mind that this is our end and the means that we use to getting there, such as Wednesday night, will continually be evaluated, tweaked, and changed.
Thanks for your feedback.