Family Fun Nights begin at PCC

Family Fun Nights begin at PCC

SEAVIEW - "It's going to be three nights of fun and learning in a safe Christian setting."

That's how one volunteer at the Peninsula Church Center described this new summer program. In today's busy, fragmented world, few families have regular opportunities to learn and laugh together. Perhaps even fewer have chances for special times of exploring solid, practical guidance from God's Word for daily family living.

Family Fun Nights will provide those families which participate with just such a time. The theme for the program is "SonGames 2004," connecting with the upcoming summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.

The congregations of the Peninsula Church Center, St. John's Lutheran, St. Peter's Episcopal, and Ocean Beach Presbyterian are offering Family Fun Nights instead of their traditional Vacation Bible School.

The goal is to encourage and support families as they learn and laugh together. Each Family Fun Night will begin at 5:30 p.m. with skits, songs and a quick dinner. After dinner, parents and guardians will accompany their children to age appropriate classes for SonGames activities and Bible stories with life applications. Each Family Fun Night will conclude with a Closing Assembly, ending at 8 p.m.

The Family Fun Nights program will actually end with a picnic on Saturday, June 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each night there will be nursery care available for infants and babies while parents-guardians participate in classes with pre-kindergarten through middle school aged children.

Come join the fun at SonGames 2004 at the Peninsula Church Center! Call 642-3115, or visit the Church Center office to sign up!

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