Families At Home

While we cannot gather at Kuriakos right now, we still believe that we can be TOGETHER. 

Join us online for some family-friendly events, and check out resources for family togetherness!

Sing-along

4th SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, 7PM

We host a monthly Virtual Sing-Along.

Join us as a family to worship together.


This informal gathering is a chance to request favourite hymns or camp songs. Bring your piano, guitar, flute... and jump in to share a song of your choice, or ask if somone else knows the one you love!


Next Sing-Along: Jan 24


Register by clicking here!

Family Day Weekend

February 12-15, 2021

Check out the suggestions below to find some ways to spend time together during the Family Day Weekend. 


Join us for a Campfire on Sunday evening and share about your family weekend!

Backyard CampOut

At camp, we believe it's not summer without a campout. That's why we've come up with some great ideas for camping wherever you are!


Elanor's
entirely optional
ESSENTIAL MUST-HAVES
for a successful campout


Here are some tips for your at-home campout experience.


Kendra's
planning, practical, and safety
Suggestions
for a successful campout


Here are some tips for planning your at-home campout experience.



We will have our check-in all together on August 16th at 6:30pm before our evening Campfire... and you can all share what you and your family did for your campout!

activities to try at home

Re-grow vegetables from your kitchen scraps:

https://www.whatdowedoallday.com/plant-science-regrowing-vegetables-from-scraps


Make Ice Cream in a bag:

https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a54721/ice-cream-in-a-bag-recipe/


Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy:

https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/maple-syrup-snow-candy/


Make an ice table centre-piece/candle-holder:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Ice-Luminaries/


Try some of these Winter Science Activities:

https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/winter-nature-ice-melt-science-activity/


Make a Bird-feeder and see what birds come around this season:

https://www.whatdowedoallday.com/4-bird-feeders-kids-can-make/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=4-bird-feeders-kids-can-make&utm_reader=feedly


You can get free Bird-ID e-books from Nature Canada here:

https://naturecanada.ca/discover-nature/about-our-birds/bird-e-books/?gclid=CjwKCAjwsMzzBRACEiwAx4lLG5buMg9YRGHrAyloNFlDSFIU7maTvqgeobkfZybgozB_UazfxFUnNBoCBlkQAvD_BwE


https://www.allaboutbirds.org/news/ has a free Bird-ID tool –answer questions about your bird sighting, and it will bring up pictures of possible birds – you can listen to their calls, and learn more about each bird.