Phoenix Beacon Light Seventh-day Adventist Church

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Children's Ministry Department

 
 

Mission

To reflect God's image by preparing, winning, and saving souls for eternity.

Goals

1. To have each child reflect Christ's character by reading scripture, taking bible studies and learning what God requires of them.
2. Evangelize-go into the community to spread the gospel and invite others to church.
3. Reteniton-create unique ways to keep the children excited about coming to church bringing others with them

 

Sabbath School

Each Sabbath morning, children get to participate in their own classes. Sabbath schools for each age group welcome children to an hour of active learning geared to their stage of faith development.  Bible lessons are taught in such a way that every child gets to participate and learn. Each of the class teachers is trained in children’s instruction.  These classes provide faith-shaping experiences for newborns through adolescents.  The Children’s Ministry of Beacon Light Church is recognized for their close interaction and nurturing of these young, precious souls.

Lower Division Sabbath Schools Lessons

Birth- 2 years old

 

3–5 years old

6–9 years old

Juniors



10–11 years old



 

Early teen

12–13 years old





 

Youth

14-17 years old





 
 

 To learn more about GraceLink, the Christ-centered, Bible-based, child-friendly Sabbath school curriculum produced by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, click here.
 

 

Children's Church

In order to give our children the best Bible teaching possible, Beacon Light holds a children’s church service in conjunction with the main service. This special time gives kids more opportunity for interaction and learning in a context and manner that may be better suited to their age and learning styles. Our friendly children’s church volunteers have an endless stream of creativity–ranging from puppet shows, to games, to object lessons.

Children's Church is held every 2nd Sabbath and is geared toward children 5-12 years of age.
 

 
 

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