Meet our staff

Jen Kenerly - Director of Children's  Ministry - jen@sugarloaf.org


Jennifer Von Essen - Associate Director of Children's Ministry - Jennifer@sugarloaf.org


During these unprecedented times, we want to help you and your family stay connected.  

We are the "Jen Team" and we are here to partner with you, as you mentor your kids.  

Parents, you have an incredible opportunity ~ Don't miss it!  

If we can support you better in any way, please reach out to us.


In addition to the weekly digital worship experience and resources we post on this website, you can look for support from us in the following places:


FACEBOOK

We post a lot of neat ways to stay connected via our Facebook page.  We host weekly contests, mid-week live video lessons, and Facebook live chats with the kids.  Don’t miss this resource.  Follow us at: https://www.facebook.com/SugarloafKidsMinistry/  


PRO TIP:  There is a pre-existing Skids profile page that we do not use.  Make sure you are following the link above.

 


FUN SNAIL MAIL

We will periodically send some fun things to the kids.  Please let us know to include you.  Email us with the name, age and address for your child.  If your child did not receive mail around March 20, 2020, please let us know.

 


EMAIL

We send weekly emails with links to the new digital worship experiences.  If you are not getting those in your inbox, check your junk mail.  If you still do not see them, please email us and ask to be added to our list.

PARENT CUE APP

The Parent Cue App is designed to help every parent do something each week to help move their child toward a deeper faith and a better future. There are approximately 936 weeks from the time a child is born until they grow up, graduate, and move on to whatever is next. Since your time with your kids is limited, consider counting down the weeks. Why? When you see how much time you have left, you tend to do more with the time you have now. Because what you do as a parent every week matters more than you think.  Click the Parent Cue photo at the bottom of this screen (or HERE) for more information.  Here's a VIDEO so can learn more.