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We believe children are an important part of the church. We

love to see them involved in every aspect of church life!


  Kernersville's children's ministry programs are aimed at nurturing children and youth

and helping them to develop a loving and serving relationship with Jesus Christ.  

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.—Proverbs 22:6

Children's Sabbath School Classes


Children at the Kernersville Seventh-day Adventist Church are not simply placed in childcare or left to color pictures while the adults are having their Bible study. Specific Bible study curriculums have been designed for each age group covering the great stories of the Bible, the importance of a personal relationship with Jesus, as well as the teachings of Jesus. 


Cradle Roll (ages 0-3) | Kindergarten (ages 4-6) | Primary (ages 7-9) Junior (ages 10-13) | Teen (ages 14-18)


Children’s Story

After the morning Sabbath school classes, every member comes together in the main sanctuary for our worship service. During the service, the kids are included by inviting them upfront to hear a short story and help gather the Lamb’s offering. The Children's Story will be announced from up front, and children who would like to participate can pick up baskets for the Lamb's offering from the back center aisle of the sanctuary where they are being handed out.

Little Lamb Club / Eager Beaver Club

(Ages 4 & 5)

The Little Lamb Club and Eager Beaver Club are

preparatory ministries to the Adventurer Club ministry.

Little Lambs is geared towards children that are 4 years

old, while EagerBeavers is created for children that are

5 years old. 

Meeting Times: Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 p.m. (Sept.-May)

(Please check Calendar for exact dates.)

Adventurer Club

(Ages 6-9)

Adventurer Club is a Christ-centered ministry designed to support parents in assisting children (ages 6-9) with the challenging task of developing fully as followers of Christ in today’s world.

What is the Adventurer Curriculum designed to accomplish?

  1. Children will, at their own level, commit their hearts and lives to Jesus Christ.

  2. Children will gain a positive attitude toward the benefits, joys, and responsibilities of living a Christian life.

  3. Children will acquire the habits, skills and knowledge needed to live for Jesus today.

  4. Parents and primary caregivers will become more confident and effective as co-laborers with Christ for their children.


The Adventurer Club provides fun and creative ways for children:

  • to develop a Christ-like character;

  • to experience the joy and satisfaction of doing things well;

  • to express their love for Jesus in a natural way;

  • to learn good sportsmanship and strengthen their ability to get along with others;

  • to discover their God-given abilities and to know how to use them to benefit self and serve others;

  • to improve their understanding of what makes families strong.

Adventurers meet every 2nd and 4th Sabbath, from 2:30-5:00 p.m., September through May.

(Please check Calendar for exact dates.)

To learn more, visit:

Pathfinder Club

(Ages 10-16)

Pathfinders is a co-educational ministry for children that

are between the ages of 10 and 16. Opportunities exist for

Teen Leadership Training (TLT) for youth in grades 9-12.

The goal is to develop a personal relationship with Jesus

Christ and to express that relationship through love and

service to others.

Who are Pathfinders?

Pathfinders are a worldwide organization of young people

sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, though

young people of any religious persuasion, or none at all,

are welcome and encouraged to join the organization.

Pathfinders offer a wide range of activities including, but

not limited to:

  • Camping & camping/survival skills.

  • Grade appropriate leadership training.

  • Activities promoting community pride & involvement through outreach activities such as helping in downtown soup kitchens, collecting food for the disadvantaged, cleaning & maintaining city and county parks, visiting and encouraging the elderly, and MANY more

  • Interactive training in a variety of recreational, artistic, nature, conservation, vocational, and outreach areas, with awards (honors) given for successful completion of the interactive training modules

  • Personal care and encouragement by a caring staff member! While many school classrooms have 10-30 students per teacher, Pathfinders offers AT LEAST a 1 staff member to every 5 Pathfinder ratio!

Pathfinders meet every 2nd and 4th Sabbath, from 2:30-5:00 p.m., September through May.

(Please check Calendar for exact dates.)

To learn more, visit:

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"Adventist Youth Honors are a core portion of the overall Pathfinder curriculum. There are well over 400 Honors that can be earned, covering a wide variety of interests, from art to music to vocational pursuits."—NAD Pathfinder CLub

The Adventurer program "aims to strengthen the parent/child relationship and to further the child’s development in spiritual, physical, mental, and social areas."—NAD Adventurer Club

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