If you combine the light of the church with the heart of the family, you’ll make a greater impact. On average, parents get to spend 3,000 hours every year with their children. Your children will spend 30 hours every year at JAM. Join us to combine the light of the church with the heart of the family to make a greater impact on the faith of the next generation.
JAM is designed to inspire discovery and invite kids into a new understanding of how they can grow in faith and carry on the work of Jesus Christ.
With the JAM age-specific lessons, Small Group Leaders help our kids grow in wisdom, faith, and friendship. Kids explore the love of Jesus and understand how to put their faith into action knowing that God loves everyone.
Start the evening with family dinner at the free Community Meal. Then, gather in the Great Room. JAM kids join their Small Group for age-specific learning, activities, and stories. Parents are invited to stay for an adult education experience.
JAM on Wednesdays
Wednesdays through May 1, 2019
(skip dates: Nov. 21, Dec. 19 & 26, Jan. 2, and March 27)
Easter by the Lake, 4545 Pilot Knob Road, Eagan MN (map)
Community Meal 5:30 p.m.
JAM on Wednesday begins at 6:30 p.m.; Join your Small Group in the Great Room. Lots of fun games, energetic activities, snack and story videos.
Free but registration requested
If you are wanting to register for a JAM class, we have concluded online registration. YOU CAN STILL REGISTER FOR JAM! Simply download and print the 2018-19 JAM registration form on the JAM page, and bring it with you the first day of class. We look forward to having you in JAM!
Easter Church will cancel all youth activities for the day whenever ISD #196 (Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan cancels school, closes early, or cancels evening activities on that day. If church programs are in session and the weather makes driving difficult, please use your best judgment to decide if you feel it is safe for you to travel to church. If your child will not be attending confirmation or handbell choirs, please contact his/her mentor or choir director at home.