“Children are a gift from God.” – Psalm 127:3 Children’s Connections coincides with our adult worship service every Sunday morning at 10am.
Infants – Age 3 Children are never too young to experience the love of God and learn about His promises. Children will engage in stories, snacks, play and caring relationships. A nursery call system will connect your child to you.
JK – Grade 6 This Sunday morning environment includes an engaging large group gathering for worship and teaching, breaking up into age appropriate groups for personal small group and application time with an adult leader. Parents and children will sign-in and proceed to the sanctuary for a time of Family Worship. Children will be dismissed from the main service and our Children’s Team Teachers will lead them to the Fellowship Hall on the lower level to begin large group time.
Kids Choir Unionville Alliance Kids Choir is a seasonal choir that sings with the Adult and Student Worship teams in the main service for Christmas and Easter. Our kids connect together in worship and make a joyful noise by using their talents and gifts.
Kid’s Kapers An annual summer camp that teaches your children great biblical values while they have a bunch of fun! Always with new, interesting themes. Find out more at our camp news page: HERE
Child Dedication Child Dedication is an important step in the life of a family. It is parents making a covenant before God, family and friends to raise their child—as far as they are able—to know Jesus Christ. At the same time, dedication is a celebration; it is rejoicing about the very valuable gift of children God has entrusted us with, both as families and as a community!
Verna Proctor – Pastor of Children’s Ministry eMail: email@example.com
Boys and Girls Christian Brigade Canada
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 & other dates
The Boys and Girls Christian Brigade Canada aims to help children (grades 1-6) to develop and grow in Christian character, helping them to become loyal and responsible citizens while promoting physical fitness and... Read More