Welcome, my name is Hannah and I am responsible for coordinating a team of wonderful teachers in our Exchange Kid’s Sunday School program. Every Sunday during the school term our children meet together to open God’s Word and hear the truth of the Gospel.
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Teachers are expected to not only profess a faith in Christ, but to also live out a Christian life in their everyday lives. All teachers have current Victorian Working With Children Checks, complete annual Safe Ministry Training courses, and take part in ongoing training.
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Children meet in the following groups:
Exchange Kid’s is Christ centred. Our children are taught that the Bible is true and relevant. Our prayer is that the children’s lives will be transformed by the Gospel, and that they will be equipped to share Jesus with others.
“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.”
– Proverbs 22:6 –
The children attend the first part of church with their parents/guardians before heading out to Exchange Kids partway through. For the first 15 minutes all the children remain together for a time of singing and praising God, before splitting into their age appropriate groups. Here they will spend time studying God’s Word, learning memory verses, and engaging in crafts, games and other activities.
“All your children shall be taught by the Lord, and great shall be the peace of your children.”
– Isaiah 54:13 –
All children are signed into Exchange Kids by their parent/guardian. At the end of the service parents sign their children out of Exchange Kids when collecting them. Families that plan on attending Exchange Church regularly are asked to complete an enrolment form.
Children in the preschool group have a snack time during their lesson. Please provide a simple snack for your child but avoid anything that contains nuts.
Any allergies are to be clearly written on the Sign In/Sign Out sheet (for visiting children), or on the enrolment form (for regular attendees).