Aldersgate is committed to helping children and youth be active members of our faith community.
We have a variety of age-appropriate small group activities available for students ranging in age from preschool through high school. We also have a number of ways that children and youth can take part in service and mission projects.
- Teaching Sunday School
- Teaching PAL time
- Mentoring with JAM – As a volunteer with JAM your greatest role is as a role model. You would help lead discussion and aid in community building. Studies show that children who have 3 or more non-relative role models in the church are more likely to retain their faith through high school and into college. Our community building and discussion activities are designed to cultivate these relationships around biblical and real-life topics. Input is always welcome, but the planning is done for you and starting questions/talking points are provided.
- Volunteering for Children’s Ministry Events (Trunk R Treat, Advent Activities, Lenten Fair, VBS etc.)
- Joining the Children’s Ministry Team to help give direction and planning to our ministry
For more information on ways you can volunteer for Children’s Ministries contact Kayla Houck, Aldersgate Children’s Faith Formation Director.