Join us for our children's
2nd Saturday of each month
We have Bible stories, crafts, and fun activities. We can't wait to see you!
"The 1995 General Conference session at Utrecht marks a watershed for children’s ministries. On July 4, 1995, A. H. Tolhurst proposed a motion from the floor that the Children’s Ministries Department be established as a separate ministry, a separate department of the church. It was seconded and voted, and children’s ministries became the newest department of the church, the only department in history to be suggested from the floor at a session.
In the year 2000, a new children’s curriculum was written for the world church. This was a product of creative thinking and evaluation by many people from all the world divisions. Known as GraceLink, this new curriculum stresses four core aspects of the Christian faith:
Grace, God’s part in the plan of salvation;
Worship, our response to God’s saving initiative;
Community, how God’s grace compels us to live together in harmony as the family of God; and
Service is our response to God’s love as we reach out in soul-winning and service to others.
Today, Children’s Ministries has become a worldwide ministry with every division in the world field having a director to oversee the work of spiritual nurturing and training for children." - General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists.