Children's Ministry

Agape's Children's Church offers Sunday Bible teachings, games, and special events for kids 0-12. All families are welcome.

Patricia Pollock
Patricia Pollock - Leader of Children's Ministry

Agape Children's Church

Our Children's Church begins right after our 10am Sunday worship service. We provide a nurturing environment tailored to various age groups ensuring each child receives age-appropriate attention.

Age Group Divisions

For the tiniest members, from newborns to 3 years, we have the nursery room. The slightly older group, children aged 4 to 7, join activities in the Children's Church room. Meanwhile, the older kids, those between 8 to 12 years, gather in the fellowship hall.

Leadership of the Children's Church

The Children's Church Ministry is guided by the dedicated leadership of Dawn Sheffield, serving as the Director. Assisting in the helm of affairs is Sandy Corriero, holding the position of Assistant Director.

Activities and Sunday Meetings

Our Sundays are packed with a mix of spiritual lessons and fun activities. The children enjoy video sessions, engage in Bible teachings, partake in games, and relish snack time. We ensure the snacks are gluten-free and cater to allergy-friendly requirements. Not to forget, prayer is an integral part of our meetings; we regularly pray for our children and their families. And for those with a musical bent, Brother Joe Salzano steps in with worship and music instruction several times a year.

Special Events for Children

Throughout the year, children can look forward to various special events. These include quarterly craft Sundays, puppet shows, the 'Harvest Fun Day' in October, and the much-anticipated seasonal celebrations like Easter and Christmas, which feature pageants and plays.

Open Invitation

At Agape, every family finds a welcoming embrace. We especially encourage parents to introduce their children to the enriching experience at our Children's Church.

Church Calendar

"For the grace of God has appeared bringing salvation to all men." -Titus 2:11