How It Works
The children meet on Sundays from 10 -11 am. Now in-person attendance has resumed children can physically come to the All Nations' Centre.
There is also the option to meet online via Zoom. Please get in touch with the office for access details.
Please note that there is no Sunday School on Sunday, 3, 10 and 17 September 2023.
The last two years have been challenging in many areas. But we cannot stop thanking God for how He has protected our children and families.
Through technology we were able to continue teaching the children and we know their lives have been blessed by the lessons and fellowshipping with other children online during this challenging time.
Does your child like singing? Is he or she aged three to 11? If so, we want to hear from you. Our Sunday School Children’s Choir sing their hearts out both in and outside the church, so helping us in our mission of transforming people’s lives. The current choir coordinators are Sisters Lape Akinpelu, Toyin Yusuf and Esther Umude.
The All Nation’s Centre Children’s Ministry seeks that each child is a disciple of Christ, who in turn will touch the lives of others. The Children’s Ministry aims to raise God-fearing children through methods such as; Bible teaching, discussions, music and drama productions.
Sunday school takes place every Sunday between 10.00am and 12noon, for children aged between 3 years and 12 years. The curriculum is set with the aim to deliver sound biblical teachings, to discuss real life situations and issues in today’s society, and to enthuse the children in their daily living of being ambassadors of Christ.
Parents/guardians are required to register each child upon arrival and to collect each child. To ensure an effective signing in and out process is adhered to and there is compliance with Health and Safety procedures. Registration starts at 9.30am.
We have a number of annual events; such as Easter celebrations, summer convention, Sunday School graduation and the end of year Christmas party. All family, friends and well-wishers are welcome to these events.
Please contact Daniel Akinmboni or Abigail Adjei-Twum for further information.
We run a Sunday School for primary school-aged children. It aims to teach children about God through the Bible, music, drama, games and other learning activities.