Jesus loves the kids on the Coast (and all over the world) and he died to save them. Each weekend all the kids get together and get stuck into the Word of God to remember and learn about this amazing truth. We would love for you to join us.
Classes start 15 minutes prior to adult church – 5:15pm(Sat), 8:15(Sun) and 10:15(Sun)- so that the kids can get dropped off before mum and dad go to church. If you are new to EV Church there will be someone with an EV Kids badge in the EV Kids area, when you arrive, who will help answer any questions you may have.
The kids have a great time reading the Bible, singing songs, playing games, hanging out with friends, and gathering as God’s people together. It’s a great time and we hope that you can join us.
Sat Classes – Creché (0-2yrolds), Jellyfish, Starfish and Rainbowfish are our preschool classes, K-2 are in our Infants program, and years 3-6 are in the Primary section.
8:30 Classes – Creché (0-2yrolds), Jellyfish, Starfish and Rainbowfish are our preschool classes, K-2 are in our Infants program, and years 3-6 are in the Primary section.
10:30 Classes – Creché (0-2yrolds), Jellyfish and Rainbowfish are our preschool classes, K-2 are in our Infants program, and years 3-6 are in the Primary section.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Kirrily Griffiths firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
What? A chance to hang out with mates, play games and find out what the Bible has to say about God, Jesus and other stuff.
Who? Anyone in Years 4, 5, 6
When? Every Friday during school terms from 5pm – 7pm.
Where? EV Church- 331 Terrigal Drive, Erina
Cost? $5 – includes dinner
Contact Dale for more info.
Summerfest is an annual children’s and youth holiday program run each year during January. Find out more information here.
High School SRE Curriculum Outline 2013
The syllabus is divided into 4 lessons, 1 per term. Each term raises an idea or question and seeks insight from the Bible in answering it. The lessons are structured with questions and samples of the Bible, which students give written responses to, and if they like they can then share their response with the class for discussion.
1. What happens after this life? – Explores various ideas and beliefs concerning what happens after this life, investigating each one and their implications, and reflecting on how we can confidently arrive at an answer.
2. What’s God got to do with me? – Questions the relevance of God, and whether Christianity is something that is applicable to the students, and if it is, how so.
3. What’s wrong with the world? – Reflects on the world, and the struggles and problems faced in life and across the globe, and ponders what the root of these problems might be.
4. How can you ever know? – Investigates how people can have confidence in God, the Bible, and Christianity, analyses evidence, and evaluates the grounds for the Christian faith.