Sing a New Song is a multi-generational event for families and persons of all ages. Our shared vision of a world and church where justice and hospitality for all persons are truly implanted can only be realized by empowering emerging generations. In addition, Sawmill Creek provides an ideal environment for outdoor fun and recreation for young persons.
Sing a New Song activities for children (ages 3-12) will be led by Kate Clark. Kate Clark is currently a day-time mom and night-time student in Madison, WI. After earning a degree from the University of Evansville. She has served as a US-2 Missionary in Denver, Colorado, and worked for two years as an AmeriCorps volunteer with young people in Southeastern Wisconsin. Kate is a trained facilitator for the Girl Scouts’ “Power Up!” anti-bullying program and American Friends Service Committee’s “Help Increase the Peace Project,” which focuses on nonviolence and team-building. She is now pursuing a K-8 teaching license from Cardinal Stritch University and looking forward to what new adventures lie ahead.Children will participate in some of the mass Sing a New Song events with family members and/or chaperons and also have specific activities for them at other times. Leaders of the children programs will contact each family or group registering children in order to coordinate the particular schedules, needs and gifts of all participants as much as possible.
Children ages 3-12 will participate in an active, fun-filled anti-bullying and nonviolence program tailored to their needs and experience. Together we will play games, act, create art, and read stories as we explore how to be an ally to friends, classmates, and how to love ourselves just as God made us. We’ll also spend time together just hanging out and having fun. Join us!
For more information on Sing a New Song visit sans2011.org