Children's Ministry Resources
The Gospel Project - Stay on track each week as we work our way through the New Testament. Register for a free account then download activity pages and watch videos from the menu on the right.
Life.Church Full Kids Services - Complete plug and play full-length kids services for ages two through 6th grade ready for you each week
Lifeway Kids at Home - “LifeWay Kids at Home” includes a conversation guide, a series of videos that focus on the Bible story, life application and missions. New sessions every Thursday.
- Step 1: Go to digitalpass.lifeway.com.
- Step 2: Log in or create an account. (This is completely free.)
- Step 3: Click the LifeWay Kids or Preschool at Home icon on the main page
- Step 4: Download and print the activity pages and watch and discuss the videos as a family.
Go Curriculum Online -An email template to send to parents with the lesson info and a video link. Family discussion built into the video. The GO! Home Guide for kids to print and use at home. Social media posts to help families engage spiritually throughout the week.
Orange Kids - You can find kids video services, parent service guides, devotional cards for kids, anxiety guides for talking to kids about anxiety, podcasts, and much more.
Minno Church at Home - Choose a Worship video, a Bible story video, and/or a Devotional for your "church at home" experience. You can even download and print activity packs for your kids. No sign-up necessary!
Northview Community Church Kids - Northview Church in Abbotsford is streaming/recording their Kids program each week. Worship songs with actions, bible story host and bible story video.
Church of the Highlands Pinterest Board for Families - This is not a church service. Parents, we have launched a Highlands Kids Pinterest filled with ideas for you and the kids to enjoy while we are all home.
Youth Ministry Resources
General Ministry Ideas
- Online Prayer meeting via zoom, messenger or other platform
- Start a toilet paper and paper towel tithe - distribute these items to people in your community who need them
- Lifegroups can meet online via zoom, messenger or other platform
- Call those in your congregation who may need help accessing online platforms - help them get set-up