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After a glow-in the-dark cross is exposed to bright light, it will glow in the dark for awhile, but will slowly fade. It will need to be “recharged” to keep it glowing. The brighter the light and the longer the exposure, the brighter the cross will glow.

The cross represents us, the light is God – the light of the world. When we are exposed to the teachings or the light of God, we glow because His presence in us is strong. As time goes on, we fade and become dim until we are exposed to the light of God again. Then we are renewed, energized, charged, and the light of God can be seen in our words and deeds. 

In order to keep glowing brightly, we need to frequently be exposed to God. That exposure could come in the form of prayer, reading the Bible, attending church, or talking about God with others.

Throughout the summer, children ages 3+ may attend this one-room schoolhouse program. Children will start in the Sanctuary with their
families. 5th Graders and older are welcome to take part as either a participant or an activity leader!