Our Young Church program includes the care of all children from birth through Gr. 12. The children's programs are summarized below. For more information, please contact our Children's Pastor, Yvonne Kern, at [email protected]. See the Youth Goup link on the main page for specific Jr and Sr High information, under the direction of our Youth Pastor, James Lawton.
We have returned to online programming only for our Sunday morning Kids' ROCK program. The online weekly Sunday lessons are available each week under the Kids Rock! link on the website!
Our Nursery is for infants and toddlers up to the age of two and is open during the 10:00 AM services. Nursery volunteers are caregivers who love babies and have a heart for the support and encouragement of young families and those who are new to the parish. Unfortunately, during this CoVid 19 pandemic season, we are not allowed to offer Nursery care as per the Alberta Health Services protocol. Children under 3 must remain with their parents.
This program is for preschool to Grade 4. The curriculum is designed to lay down the spiritual foundations that, in God's timing, will lead a child into a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. A typical morning includes: welcoming activities, large group worship and teaching, small group discussions and games (groups are divided by age and grade). The purpose of the small groups is to apply what they learned in the large group and make it relevent to their every day lives.
Y56 includes all the Grade 5 & 6 students on Sunday morning. They meet to focus on the needs of this age group as they develop and build on their personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Each lesson is based on the Bible, with an emphasis on what God wants to communicate to us today.
All students in Grades 4, 5 & 6 meet monthly on a Friday evening for a fun activity such as bowling, games, movie night. Everyone is encouraged to bring a friend. The purpose is to build lasting relationships and community with their peer group.
Access to the Kids Rock! online services - click here