At Morphett Vale Adventist Church, children are an important part of our community. The mission of our Children’s Ministry programs is to nurture children into a loving and serving relationship with Jesus.
Our Sabbath morning groups, Family worships with children’s stories for all to hear, Adventurers club, school holiday Bible programs all add up to a great place for kids to be. Ensuring that all our volunteers are appropriately screened, children and a fun and safe environment to learn and grow.
Children’s Sabbath School is a unique part of the Sabbath worship service as it leads children to learn about Jesus through social interaction, Bible study, praise, and prayer in an environment that caters to the learning styles of children.
Our Children’s Sabbath School is comprised of the following four Sabbath School classes that serve the needs of children from birth through to youth:
Each class has a wonderful team of volunteers committed to the spiritual growth of children and dedicated to encouraging the development of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Grace (Jesus loves me), Community (We love each other), Worship (I love Jesus), and Service (We love you, too).
We would love to meet you! Please feel free to bring your child to visit us during our Sabbath School hour from 10:15 AM to 11:00 AM. Parents are asked to stay with the children in Beginners and are welcome in support of their children in all other program if needed.
Child safety is one of our core values. We aim to ensure the physical and emotional safety of every child in any of our programs. Criminal History Record Checks (DCSI) and Screening of all volunteers and staff who work with children or young people (any person from 0 - 18 years of age).
Hope to see you on Sabbath!
Adventurers is a Christian activity-based program for children aged five to nine years old. Adventurers provides Bible-based learning and new skills for children through a variety of activities in a fun and creative atmosphere. They will learn about their God-given abilities and how to use them to help others through progressive age-appropriate classes. There is a series of four classes, one for each year from ages 5/6 to 9. Adventurers also earn badges known as Awards. The activities take place in a nurturing environment where children and parents can participate in building life-long memories.
All volunteers involved in a Club are required to follow safety procedures such as police checks and provide a safe place for children.
Adventurers runs on the third Saturday afternoon from 3:30 pm through to 5:30 pm. (subject to change so please check church calendar for correct dates)
Pathfinders is an activity based program that offers a wide range of learning experiences that is run worldwide by the Seventh-day Adventist church. It is filled with action, adventure, challenge and group activities while providing opportunities for the development of new aptitudes and skills that produce personal growth, team spirit and spirituality. Completing activities earns badges. Run once a month, with the addition of camps and regional days with other clubs, it is a whole lot of fun.
Pathfinders runs on the third Saturday afternoon from 3:30 pm through to 5:30 pm. They also have many camps that are run throughout the year.