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This ministry for children is a very special ministry, and it certainly takes very special people with a burden to lead this ministry.
As I have mentioned before, our church is a small church compared to most and we rely on volunteers mostly. A lot of nonprofit small churches are set up this way. So we depend on God's people to get a burden for this ministry.
We have two very, very special members/ministers in our church who volunteered to start Kidz Church Services every Tuesday evening. Our children ranging from age 4 to 12 years old have their very own church service. They are supervised by our very special volunteers/ministers, but the children lead the praise/worship, take up their own offerings, minister, bible study, close in prayer etc. We also have many other special volunteers/ministers in our church who also do the classes for our children once a week before our main service on the weekend and a very special Youth Ministry Leader who has services for our teenagers every Monday evening.
I have 6 beautiful grandchildren (2 girls and 4 boys), and 4 of them go to KIDZ Church and they LOVE it. They can't never wait to get there every Tuesday Night at 6:00 p.m. This Childrens Ministry has taught my grandchildren to Live and Love God like I never thought they ever would.
This is a very special ministry to me, I guess that's why you will find more forms on this page than any of the other pages. There will be other pages linked to this one with more forms.
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the case may be, this is a valuable ministry to have in
your church. If your church has a ministry for children, you will probably
need one or more of the following forms...
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