Every Christian parent wants to raise children who will grow up to love and trust Jesus. Parents deliberately search for the church that provides the most opportunities for their kids to grow up in the Lord. We want Sojourn to be that church! Yet, as we continue to build our ministry to children, we must not neglect our homes—where children see our faith on real-time display every day.
At Sojourn, we believe that the home is the front line of Christian ministry to children—not the Sunday school or public church gathering. The practices of a Christian worship service—the Scriptures, prayer, and praise—should be present in the home as well. After all, the most important teaching moments happen at home rather than at church. As the church, our responsibility is to encourage and equip you in your parenting role.
We want to empower parents. One of the ways we’ve done this is by putting together parent handbooks for each Sojourn campus. The handbook has everything that you need to know about SojournKids’ policies and procedures–including campus-specific emergency action plans. If you are a parent, you’ll want to take a look. Grab a copy on Sunday or download them here:
Parent Handbook for the Germantown Campus (PDF)–an overview of SojournKids’ philosophy and childcare policies for those attending Sojourn services at the 930 Art Center.
Parent Handbook for the St. Matthews Campus (PDF)–an overview of SojournKids’ philosophy and childcare policies for those attending Sojourn services at Walden School.