Children

Our church caters for children each week by providing Sabbath school classes for several age groups:

  • Teens (ages 10-15)
  • Primary (ages 6-9)
  • Kindergarten (ages 3-5)
  • Beginners (for parents with infants 0-2 yrs)

The weekly children Sabbath school (Bible study) classes each week contain songs, crafts, quizzes, games and Bible stories.
Children are invited to join their parents during the church service where there will be a children's story for them.

Pathfinders

Pathfinders, a programs similar to Scouts, are designed for for 10-16-year-olds  to socialise with each other as well as learn and develop life skills. Run by qualified and committed leaders of the church, Pathfinders participate in a range of activities, including -

  • abseiling
  • canoeing
  • camping and hiking
  • crafts

They also learn to develop important life values such as teamwork, commitment and self-respect.
Honour badges can be earned for completing requirements on specific topics in the areas or nature, craft and recreation, and at the end of each year Pathfinder clubs present awards to Pathfinders on achievement of various skills.

Adventurer Club

The Adventurer Club is a Seventh-day Adventist Church-sponsored ministry open to all families pf children in grades 1-4 who agree to keep the Adventurer Pledge and Law. The Adventurer programme is designed to support parents in assisting children with the challenging task of developing fully as followers of Christ in today's world. What is the Adventurer curriculum designed to accomplish?

  1. Children will, at their own level, commit their hearts to Jesus Christ.
  2. Children will gain a positive attitude toward the benefits, joys, and responsibilities of living a Christian life.
  3. Children will acquire the habits, skills and knowledge needed to live for Jesus today.
  4. Parents and other primary care givers will become more confident and effective as co-labourers with Christ for their children.

Objectives

The Adventurer Club provides fun and creative ways for children

  1. to develop a Christ-like character;
  2. to experience the joy and satisfaction of doing things well;
  3. to express their love for Jesus in a natural way;
  4. to learn good sportsmanship and strengthen their ability to get along with others;
  5. to discover their God-given abilities and to know how to use them to benefit self and serve others;
  6. to improve their understanding of what makes families strong.