A Party Club is an opportunity to reach the children of your neighborhood no matter how heavy your schedule! This program will draw even the most hard to reach children. Party Clubs can be held once a month, several times a year, or only once a year. They are most often held in conjunction with the “holiday” of the month: Back to school, Fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Winter, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick Day, or Easter.
Christmas Party CLUB
Be a part of helping to reach new children and their families with the Gospel during the Christmas season. Sadly, the number of children who do not understand the true meaning of Christmas is escalating. Use the Christmas season to reach out and connect with new families. Rent a local community center, library, or other neutral location and invite entire communities to come and celebrate Christmas. Or, host a Christmas Party for the entire neighborhood or community for the final night of AWANA or kids club at your church. Encourage families to bring their favorite Christmas snacks to share. After the club, invite the families to join you at the church for Christmas Eve and Christmas Sunday.
Christmas Party Club is one of the Party Club ministries of Child Evangelism Fellowship® that presents the Gospel to churched and unchurched children. These one-time events are taught by Good News Club® leaders, Sunday school teachers, children’s ministry workers, and other believers who love children. Christmas Party Clubs include a Gospel-centered Bible lesson, games, a memory verse, songs, and more to teach children about the true story of Christmas! Party Clubs can be used as a one-time outreach program, a party for your Sunday school, and more.
Christmas is usually remembered for what Jesus did in coming to earth, but it is also a celebration of who Jesus is. In this year’s Christmas Party Club lesson from CEF Press®, children will learn they can celebrate Christmas because Jesus is Immanuel – God With Us!
This same party club concept can be used for an amazing Easter Party leading up to Easter Sunday!
Contact your local chapter for further information and training. It may even be possible for a group of young people to assist your church and/or family.