Quest Kids Movie Night out with new families

In July, Quest Kids reached a lot of new families through a variety of ministry opportunities—including our annual Vacation Bible School (VBS). This year’s VBS, Press Play, was a virtual experience that featured a lot of fun games, music, small-group activities, live interactions and most importantly a Gospel message. With a total of over 1,300 views on Facebook and YouTube, Quest Kids was able to reach families from all over the world. Within the United States, the team reached children from several states, including Texas, New York, Georgia and Florida. And internationally, our ministry reached countries such as Puerto Rico, Australia, Nigeria and Trinidad and Tobago (to name a few). We also reached 36 new children and families throughout our Rockaway and Montclair communities.

To keep the momentum going, Quest Kids also hosted various gatherings throughout July to connect and build relationships with the new families we met through Virtual VBS. One of the events was a social gathering at a private movie screening of the new “Space Jam” movie. The families were so excited to be able to connect and build new relationships. They learned more about the ministry and met with Pastor Chris (Quest Kids Director) and some other leaders within Quest Kids. Our Quest Kids Team appreciates all of the families who came out to spend time with them. As the team continues to connect and engage new families, they are encouraging children to always continue their journey to connect with God and people.

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Pastor Chris

Quest Kids Director


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