kids connect

Announcement: Mainly Music is set to start soon – watch this space!

Kids Connect

Little Ones Lane

Room 1 – 0-3 years

Kingdom Kids Court

Room 3 – Kinder & Prep

Adventure Avenue

Room 4 – Grades 1-3

Salvation Street

Room 2 – Grades 4-6

High School

Auditorium 2 – Year 7-12

Mainly Music

Our team of volunteers is busily preparing to launch our first Mainly Music program! These sessions are designed for enjoyment. Weekly sessions, during the school year, are full of fun, educational music and musical activity to grow and develop your child, followed by something to eat and something to play with, plus time for you to eat and chat! Ages 0 to prep.

Upcoming Events

To be announced.

Adventurers

Adventurers is a Club for children in grades 1-4, with many Clubs in South East Queensland including classes for the Kindy & Prep age children also.

The Club runs predominatly on Sabbath afternoon (Saturday) with some activities also taking place on a Sunday or over the weekend.

Throughout the year children learn about four main categories: My God, My Self, My Family & My Community.  As well as these there are many other activities (“awards”) in sports, nature health, safety, arts, and homecrafts that Clubs often choose to include in the Program.

There is also a focus on service and working with the Adventurers on living their lives with the needs of others in mind.  In line with this some Clubs choose to be involved in events such as: Anzac Day; Clean-up Australia Day; and other service oriented activities.

A Place for Parents

Adventurers is a program designed to support the child, and the family unit that they are a part of.  As such, we encourage you as their caregiver to come along and participate with your child.  There are many ways that you can be involved and be a part of the fun.

Pathfinders

Pathfinders is a Church-centred, spiritual-recreational program for young people from grades 5-11 which leads into Leadership Development from grades 11 and onwards.  It is filled with action, adventure and challenge.  It allows children to develop new attitudes and skills.  These are skills that will produce personal growth, team spirit and a sense of loyalty and respect for God, His creation and His Church.

The whole philosophy of Pathfindering is built on the premise that children learn best by example rather than commands.  As they see leaders and parents model spiritual and social values, they too will aspire to develop high moral principles, loving and caring attitudes, and determination to excel in all their various pursuits.

Foremost, the ideals and objectives of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church are taught through an active learning program, which appeals to the learning style of this age group.