The gospel of Jesus is really good news not just for adults but for kids as well! Jesus welcomed children even when some people tried to keep them away, and he still welcomes them today. We long to see our Kids & Youth grow as lifelong disciples of Jesus, through faithful and engaging Bible teaching, as they take their place in the life of the church.

This Saturday – Sorted Nano Youth Event ONLINE (11-14s)

In the past Dundonald Church Pathfinders (11-14s) have enjoyed heading into London to join loads of other local churches for SORTED NANO – for a time of quality bible teaching and fellowship. This Saturday Sorted Nano will be ONLINE from 11:00am – 12:00pm. It will be an excellent event (and our very own James Williams is in the band)!

Family Devotions

During this period of lockdown, while church is not running as it normally does, we are providing families with weekly ‘devotions.’ These are a chance for families to open the Bible together, particularly so that children get regular input from the Bible while we are away from our normal Sunday groups.

This term in our family devotions we are looking at ‘The Wonder of Prayer’! We are spending the whole term looking at how amazing prayer is and the awesome privilege we have as Christians to be able pray to God.

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Here are some videos and photos of kids from families across Dundonald showing us what they have got up to while following our ‘Family Devotions’

Watch again – ‘The Wonder of Easterdevotions

We teamed up with Faith in Kids to provide you with five devotions to do as a family over 5 weeks, which follow Jesus’ journey to the cross in Luke’s Gospel. Through these five passages your children will discover the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection as the most amazing story ever told.

Natasha Small

Children's Minister

James Williams

Youth Worker