Kingdom Seekers (Girls Club)
Girls (ages 9-13) meet every other Thursday night at 7:00pm for a Bible study and to work on crafts and badges. This girls club is also part of our broader desire to see our children grow in the fear and knowledge of the Lord. The girls learn from their volunteer Kingdom Seeker counsellors what it means to live in the sight of God and to love Him with heart, soul, mind and strength.
Calvinist Cadets Corps (Boys Club)
Boys (ages 9-13) meet every other Thursday night at 7:00pm for a Bible study and to work on projects. This boys club is part of our broader desire to see our children grow in the fear and knowledge of the Lord. The youth learn from volunteer Cadet counsellors who mentor and model what Christian living looks like through all their activities and events together.
Young Peoples Program
Our youth ages 16 to 24 meet every other Sunday night to learn from the Scriptures and to grow in unity together. Along the way there is plenty of opportunity for wholesome and instructive activities along with opportunities for service to others.
Young Peoples Purpose Statement
Have a Youth-Led Program that Empowers Young Members to Learn and Flourish Through Meaningful Activities
Youth-led: A leadership team of youth that has the authority to make decisions about the
program and the responsibility to make it happen.
Empowers: Through proper design and support by older members, the program can
actually enable youth to see real growth in maturity and a greater awareness of what it is
to be a Christian in the church and in the community. The goal of empowering young
members serves to encourage initiative and responsibility on their part.
Young Members: Every baptised person between the ages of 16 and 25 who regularly
attends worship services. By virtue of baptism, they are members of the visible church
and can be identified as the young members of the church. Other occasional visitors are
always welcome but the core focus is on the young members of Adoration.
Learn: This focuses on young members' growth in knowledge of God's Word, trust in His
promises, and commitment to their participation in the body of Christ. The study of
scripture and its application to daily life is to be a central feature of the program. Times of
prayer and worship should flow from the things they are learning through the public
ministry of the Word and the group study they engage in.
Flourish: This focuses on young members' well being and personal experience of the
love of others. Freed from fear and negative social pressures, young members can grow in their ability to express their own beliefs and contribute to the well being of others.
Meaningful Activities: The enjoyment that arises from recreation and social interaction is
a natural part of any youth program. Regular meetings and special events serve as times
of meaningful action in a group setting. In order for youth to learn and flourish, activities
need to be designed and implemented with wisdom and intention.