Our Children's Ministry is a colabrative of all departments, auxiliaries and ministries that touch the very fabric of the children of the Church of God in Christ. Our Children's Ministry enables leaders to focus on ministry support when working with Children, and also allows children to take advantage of all of the various ministry opportunities made avalible by the Church of God in Christ and those that partner along with us. Children are an inheritance from the LORD. They are a reward from Him. With these rewards also come responsibilities. As stewards of God’s children, parents are responsible for helping children grow physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. We the church, also have a responsibility toward children; we are to creatively minister to their spiritual needs [...]
Tween Camp is a part of the AIM Children’s Ministry. Tween classes begin at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Tweens will need to attend both days to finish the camp and receive Tween Camp Honors.
Sign up today to be a Children’s Ministry Rising Star this summer in Baltimore a the AIM Convention
Hundreds of children’s ministry leaders face these same questions every week. They work incredibly hard to minister effectively to the children who arrive at their doors. They face the challenging prospect of not knowing how many children might show up (two or 25?), along with the even bigger challenge of meeting their needs – when the children are all over the age spectrum. So how do you keep a small church ministry effective and relevant?
Prayer habits that last a lifetime are most often formed while they are children. This is why it’s so critical to teach children how to pray. As with most disciplines, prayer is caught more than it’s taught. Please take time, develop a lesson simply teaching your children how to pray.
Do you know a young person that plays or is learning to play the recorder? It is the desire for our International Music Department President Dr. Judith McAllister, that the IMD be able to minister in a variety of musical aggregations ranging from chorus to instrumental. Dr. McAllister believes that it is vital for children who play instruments in school, should have the same opportunity in our churches. The National Orchestra is an open door for many that play instruments to use their talents and for those children that are learning to play recorders we now have the International Recorder Ensemble (IRE). The International Recorder Ensemble will be comprised of children and youth that have experienced or is currently learning how to play the recorder. [...]