Sunday School and Youth

Scott and Ree with GrandchildrenScott and Ree with Grandchildren

"Suffer the little children to come unto me..." MARK 10:14

The scripture above not only refers to those children at that time to be able to get to Jesus, but much more importantly it is for parents and teachers in today’s world to understand that our children are a gift ‘on loan’ from God. They are given into our care and it is our responsibility to bring them up according to the Bible, enabling them also to come unto Jesus in their lifetimes.

In this context it is clear that the Sunday School Department has one of the most important functions in the church. This part of our website is designed to show you a bit about our Sunday School programs and activities.

We also want to assist you in making the right, informed choices regarding the material your children are confronted with in this world.

Some of the teens at our AGM in Holland (summer 2014)Some of the teens at our AGM in Holland (summer 2014)

The responsibility lies with parents foremost, and teachers, to choose wisely which habits will be allowed to be formed in our little ones and which material (films, books, music, etc.) should be permitted to have an influence on them.

Our children have a powerful enemy. The adversary never sleeps or rests. Therefore as parents we have to make sure that we feed the souls of our children from the Word of God.

"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old he will not depart from it.” PROVERBS 22:6

Photo Albums

Photo of Ree at the Beach with her GrandchildrenRee at the Beach with her Grandchildren

Here you can see many of our children having fun, learning in Sunday School and participating in many different activities during our summer camps. We encourage our children to be active in our church, to learn to play instruments in order to develop their talents and also to be able to take part playing in the meetings. Our children learn two or three languages that help them communicate with friends in other countries when they visit them as they travel internationally within our church.