Children’s Ministry

Sunday Morning Kids Program

Sunday Kid’s Program is for children in JK-Grade 6 and is offered at both services in the Children’s Education wing of the Bay Park building.
Children attending the Kid’s Program join their family in the service for the first 15min.


The Gospel Project for Kids is the curriculum we use in our Bay Park Sunday morning children’s program. The Gospel Project is a Christ-centred, chronological Bible study curriculum for kids and students. The lessons allow us to go through the Bible in an interactive and age appropriate way.

The word “Gospel” means “Good News”. The Bible is all about the message of good news, and Jesus is that good news! Our kids program teachers are excited to be part of your child’s growth in their knowledge and love of Jesus!

Sunday Classroom Age Groups:

Nursery (Ages 6-18 months)
No programming is offered with this age group; adult and teen volunteers provide safe caregiving for your little one while you attend the service
Toddler (Ages 19 months- 3 years old)
Junior and Senior Kindergarten
Grades 1 and 2
Grades 3 and 4
Grades 5 and 6
This classroom uses a different curriculum and is supported in collaboration with our Student Ministries Director, Mykah Ramautarsingh

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Parent Resources

Check here each month for new books, podcasts, recommended Bible plans, or other Christian parenting resources for families at home.

For the Month of December:

This unique, family-friendly Christmas addition to the bestselling Action Bible line tells the story of Jesus’ birth from 25 “eyewitnesses”―such as the young student in the East who first saw the star, Zechariah, the innkeeper, the dove in the stable rafters―and includes fun discussion prompts for great conversations throughout Advent and the holiday season.
An endearing and timeless Christmas story, The Legend of the Candy Cane focuses on the true joy of the holiday season and reminds readers of the importance of Jesus as it explains the Christian symbolism behind candy canes.

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