Weekend Wrap Up

Lesson Topic: Week Two of our Series: It's Okay To Be Short
Attendance: Above Average
'Fun Factor': Average
Volunteer Involvement: Average
Music: Above Average
Lesson Quality: Above Average
Length of Lesson: 24 mins
Student Response: Average

We had a good weekend with a few fun elements. Matt Hall who just happens to be our shortest jr. high team member taught the final weekend of 'It's Okay to Be Short' and did a great job. Instead of just a band, we had an entire jr. high choir (something we do about every 6 weeks or so).

Lately we've been having a ton of first-time visitors which has been exciting to see. I'm constantly surprised by who brings friends. It's usually not the super popular core kids but the average attenders who are involved but not overly. My hunch is that our core kids are the students who have the most 'churched' friends and aren't rubbing shoulders with non-believers as much as other students are....something we need to change!


Travis said...

About students bringing their friends. One thing our group started doing was sending a letter to the bringer encouraging them for bringing a friend along etc. etc. The students have been very excited to get mail and to know that the workers are seeing their steps of faith. It has been a great tool for encouraging positive steps of faith.

Brett Moore said...

question- what is the best kind of bear?

not really- actually i want to know how much you guys do as far as multi-media goes on a regular basis in your average weekly service programming?