Since Inception, Nii Jorn Presby focused on the establishment of the Children Service group with the aim of teaching and introducing children into Christianity and Salvation .The Children’s Service has been in existence since the Nii Jorn Congregation commenced. The vision of the Children’s Ministry was to have every child, grow up in a Christian way, being it at home, in the community and at Church.
The mission of the Children’s Ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana is to affiliate with other congregation to:
- Bring children into the saving power of our Lord Jesus Christ; and
- Nurture them to grow physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and spiritually, into Christian maturity.
Aim & Objective:
In other to achieve this mission, it is the objective of the ministry
- That the unsaved child is won for Christ.
- That the child develops his/her full potential in life.
- That the saved child is regularly assured of his/her salvation and grows up into maturity.
- That the needs of needy children within and outside the Church are met.
- That unsaved parents and guardians are reached for Christ.
- The Christian parents and guardians are educated on how to bring up their children as Christians.
- That the rights and needs of Children are promoted in the Church and in society at large.
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 (KJV).
Children’s Service Groups
The children service group meet every Sunday for effective teaching. Children below the age of twelve years are grouped in their categories as follows:
- Toddlers – pre-school class (up to 3years old)
- Beginners – nursery class (4 – 5years old)
- Primary – lower primary class (6 – 8years old)
- Junior – upper primary class (9 – 12years old)
Our service start at 7:00am to 9:30am
We have dedicated teachers with a Christian in-depth knowledge to teach the children the true Word of God. We welcome every adult (male and female) from YPG, YAF, Men’s and Women’s fellowships to join us teach the children, to who someday will be the leaders to hold each other children.