Children’s Day is Sunday, June 8!
(Printed material updates are now complete for 2014.)
Photo left: 2012 Children’s Day at First Presbyterian Church, Aurora, Ill.… Family Ministries Director Sue Hartmen shares a 2012 Children’s Day message with FPC children..
The websites www.NationalChildrensDay.us and www.ChildrensDay.us are portals for the expansion and revival of Children’s Day on the second Sunday in June (2014 - June 8) in the United States, by giving faith, hope, love, and commitment to our children.
Photo Right: Aurora (IL) Mayor Tom Weisner presents 2013 proclamation for “Children’s Day” to Aurora Kiwanis Club member and Children’s Day John Ross. On the right side of photo Ross is holding a copy of Illinois Governor Pat Quinn’s 2013 proclamation.
Americans recognize Mother’s Day, Father’s Day... so why not a national Children’s Day? A day that revives, celebrates, and commits to our children and their future. Committments cards; along with local, state, and national recognition are all part of this day... a day that has deep historical roots in America.
Photo left: 2011 Children’s Day at First Presbyterian Church, Aurora, Ill.… Senior Pastor Jeff Moore and John Ross display the 2011 Children’s Day Proclamation from the City of Aurora and Mayor Tom Weisner.
Photo right: John Ross, Children’s Day advocate, joins his neighborhood children (Jocelyn Castellanos, Christopher Dorado, Tomas Dorado - with proclamation, and Jaclyn Castellanos) in displaying 2011 Batavia proclamation.
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Feature: Children’s Day song