Starting September 20 Virtual Sunday School 9 AM 

Holy Cross is partnering with Calvary Lutheran Church to Invite you to Join the Breakfast Bunch for Rally Day this Sunday, September 20th

For this Sunday only, we will be holding one class and will meet online using Zoom, at 9:00 a.m. .Please connect to Zoom online via the button below:

Rally Day Zoom Meeting

Password is 1234 (Meeting ID: 614 527 4025 usually not required).

Beginning next Sunday, September 27th we will be having two separate classes – Pre-K through 2nd grade and 3rd – 6th graders.  Details for each class coming next week!

For Rally Sunday we will be talking about Diversity and Inclusion and what it means.  Throughout history, different groups of people have not experienced equality.  Equality means that people are treated the same, have the same rights and opportunities regardless of what they look like or where they come from.  As teachers, parents and Christians, we must guide our children and encourage them to understand that we are all different in many ways, yet we are all the same.  The human race is God’s creation.

During this time as we are still coping with COVID19,  we are also dealing with racial strife.   The words to the following song seem so very fitting:

WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE

What the world needs now is love, sweet love
It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of
What the world needs now is love, sweet love,
No not just for some but for everyone.
-Lyrics by Burt Bacharach

The Breakfast Bunch program is for young people ages 3 through 6th grade – we meet together every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m., to learn about God’s Word and how we can make a difference in the world.  All families are welcome!

Visit the Breakfast Bunch website. The site will also have each week’s lesson material, some information about the program, download materials and family worksheets.

Log on and take a look at http://calvarybreakfastbunch.org/

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