Gail Rowland

Gail Rowland

Thursday, 10 September 2015 14:49

Teacher

Overview

The Children's Ministry Team could always use people who are willing to serve by teaching the age three to five year old class on Sunday mornings.

Goals

Our goal is to provide children with a fun and engaging environment to learn about Christ's amazing love and purpose for each child's life.

Skills

  • Comfort with Children
  • Classroom Management skills an asset
  • Ability to teach a predetermined and prepared curriculum in a fun and engaging manner

Responsibilities

It is the responsibility of the teacher to pre-read their curriculum before arriving in class, to come to class a half hour before service starts, and put some of the toys out for the kids. It is also the teacher's responsibility to warmly greet the children and their parents and then provide a safe and caring environment that is fun and engaging. To deliver curriculum to the children using our fantastic curriculum and prepare a fun game or craft to accompany the message.

Requirements

TIME COMMITMENT – You may choose the frequency that you serve in this ministry, but once a month is recommended.

Thursday, 10 September 2015 14:47

Relationship Builders

Overview

The Children's Ministry team has a need for Relationship Builders to serve our Grade 1-5 children. This role is to be a part of an energetic team that strives to build relationships with the children who attend by facilitating group discussion on provided topics, engaging in sports and games that support the message and taking an interest in the lives of our young leaders of tomorrow. There is room to serve on Sunday Mornings Enthuse Service, summer camps, or Fun Friday Nights.

Goals

The primary goal of our team is to lead children into a fuller understanding of Christ's love and purpose for their lives. We offer a fun and engaging curriculum in an energetic and loving environment.

Skills

The Relationship Builders must be able to

  • Facilitate discussion on provided topics
  • Intentionally work on building positive relationships with the kids
  • Be playful and engaging
  • Engage in games and sports

Responsibilities

There are a variety of ways that you can serve as a relationship builder based on your interest and what times work best for you. We could use Relationship Builders to support our Sunday School Teachers at Sunday Morning Service, Fun Friday Nights, or during Summer Camp.

Requirements

TIME COMMITMENT – Although you may choose the frequency to which you serve, ideally the minimum would be once a month in order to develop rapport with parents and children.

Paperwork: You will be provided with an application form, job description, a protection plan and RCMP clearance letter.

Thursday, 10 September 2015 13:56

Nursery Caregivers

Overview

The Nursery Caregivers work as part of a team to provide loving, nurturing and safe caregiving to children less than 3 years of age during the Sunday morning service.

Goals

The primary goal of our team is to provide the highest quality of care to our church's youngest members so that parents are able to relax and feel safe knowing their children are being cared for. This act of service helps remove barriers to parents being able to engage in the Sunday morning service.

Skills

The Nursery Caregiver position requires basic childcare skills such as:

  • Baby snuggling
  • Bottle feeding
  • Diaper changing
  • Baby Burping

Nursery caregivers also need to be willing to engage in age appropriate playful interactions with children.

Responsibilities

It is the responsibility of the Nursery Caregiver to arrive at the Nursery a half hour before the service on Sunday mornings and come willing to serve the children by greeting parents and children with warmth, safely and age appropriately engage in play with the children, change diapers, bottle feed, snuggle and rock babies and assist parents with arrival and pick up of child.

Requirements

TIME COMMITMENT – Although you may choose the frequency to which you serve, ideally the minimum would be once a month in order to develop rapport with parents, children and nursery team.

Paperwork: You will be provided with an application form, job description, a protection plan and RCMP clearance letter.

Thursday, 10 September 2015 14:33

People's Nursery

NOTICE: This program is cancelled until further notice.

Every Sunday at People’s, Parents that are attending with children that have Newborn babies thru Age Three, are welcomed and encouraged to trust their little one into the capable safe care of our responsible, loving hands of our Adult Staffed Nursery Team.

Our Nursery is located across from “Grand Central” on the East Side of the Church.  We have two rooms, one for Newborns and Crawlers, another for Toddlers.  It is staffed by mature care-givers who nurture each child physically, emotionally and spiritually thru interactive play, music, stories and positive role-modeling. 

Included in our Nursery, is a Mom’s Room, for Nursing Mothers, and a Diaper Changing Station and Toddler Washroom. 

Parents are to Sign-In & Sign Out their Children at the Nursery Counter, within 15 minutes before or after the service.  If parents are needed during the service, we suggest that they give their cel phone number to the Nursery Leader, and put their phone on vibrate. 

We encourage first time parents to pick up a Nursery Handbook, which explains our Nursery Protection Plans, Policies and Procedures.

We welcome moms who consistently use this ministry to commit to helping in the Nursery one Sunday a month.   Those interested should ask the Nursery Leader for an Application Form and Protection Plan Policy, and Nursery Job Description. 

If you are interested in being a part of this ministry, please contact Angela Sisco.

Thursday, 10 September 2015 11:25

Drivers

Overview

The Youth are looking for people who are willing to offer use of their vehicle or to drive their own vehicle to and from youth events either within the city or occasional short road trips.

Goals

The goal of this ministry is to provide opportunity for youth to make life-advancing decisions.

Skills

Be a good driver
Not mind having a vehicle full of youth

Responsibilities

A Drivers responsibility would be to arrive on time to transport youth from one venue to another. This often means short drives within the city, but occasionally there are short road trips that require a driver to bring our youth safely to their destination.

Requirements

TIME COMMITMENT: This ministry fluctuates. If you have days or times that you know you cannot be available as a driver please indicate, but otherwise the driver will be asked with some advance notice before being asked to drive to any events.

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