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Discovery Hour

Goals:

1.     
To reach out to children in the church and in the surrounding community with the gospel
2.     To disciple children towards maturity in the Christian faith.

Time:   9.45 – 11.00 am

Our Discovery Hour commences each Sunday with half an hour of praise and worship. The children then proceed for classes according to age group. There are 4 classes available:

·         Beginners (Pre-school)
·         Primary (7 – 8 years old)
·         Middlers (9 – 10 years old)
·         Juniors (11 – 12 years old)

The lessons are based on the Radiant Life curriculum from the US which uses various activities, craftwork and games to fulfill the objectives of the lesson.

Throughout the year, special activities and events are carried out like Children’s Easter Party, presentations for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, Children’s Day Celebration, Children’s Christmas Party, Bible Quiz and outings.

Come visit our Discovery Hour Blog to find out what more about our activities.


*CHILDREN MINISTRY: The discovery hour*

contributed by Janice Liew

“If I could relive my life, I would devote my entire ministry to reaching children.” D. L. Moody

When you invest in children’s ministry you will see fruit now and for years to come. It is also easier to build kids than to repair adults. When you welcome kids into your church and make them a priority you are ushering in the blessings of Jesus. He made this clear in Matthew 18 when He said, “If you welcome a child in my name, you are welcoming Me.”

D.L. Moody, the famous minister of yesteryear, started his ministry out focused on reaching kids in the inner city of Chicago. Later, as his ministry grew, he “graduated” out of kids ministry into being a pastor and evangelist. Near the end of his ministry, as he looked back and reflected, he said this.

“If I could relive my life, I would devote my entire ministry to reaching children.” D. L. Moody

Moody got it. He understood that the best investment you can make is in reaching children. Most people don’t get this. Many people use children’s ministry as a “stepping stone” to an adult ministry role. I’m not saying God doesn’t move people and direct them to different ministries, but I am thankful for those who are called by God to serve their entire life in children’s ministry.

The Discovery Hour kids performing the song "And I Love Her Cause She's My Mom".

Mother's Day