Nursery care is available during the Sunday morning service for children up to age 2. They are watched by a group of volunteers so parents be fully present in worship, knowing their children are well-looked after. Please remember to sign your children in and out of the nursery.
Power Hour is a fun filled way for kids to learn more about Jesus, and to grow in their faith, following the Kid Connection curriculum. All children from age 3 to grade 4 are invited to join Power Hour after being dismissed from the service, for a time of praise and worship, a Bible story and time in a small group setting to learn how to apply God’s teachings to their lives.
We pray and sing together, do crafts and games and eat great snacks! The children are encouraged to do acts of service in the church with the Gotcha! program, our way of helping them see that there are no small acts of service when done in Jesus’ name.
There are also special Sundays called Center Sunday, in which the kids explore a Biblical theme in surprising ways! We hope to excite and inspire kids to love Jesus and to let their light shine. All our welcome, join us!
The Inglewood Cadet Group meets every other Tuesday of the month(September through April), from 6:45 – 8:30pm. Evenings include Bible study, projects, badge work and games.
Cadets is a children’s ministry whose purpose is to provide local churches with a ministry program that will enable them to effectively share Christ’s love with boys from their church and community. Founded in 1952, the Corps has more than 600 clubs throughout North America. The Cadet program at Inglewood is geared towards boys from grades 2 to 7.
There are several major events in each Cadet season:
Floor Hockey Tournament – Held every year at the Edmonton Garrison, the Cadet floor hockey tournament allows each participating church in Edmonton to form their own floor hockey team and compete for the trophy.
Snow Derby – Located at Blackfoot Recreation Area near Elk Island National Park, this event allows the boys to test their winter survival skills. Using a survival sled loaded with supplies, the boy complete a circuit that tests their skills in first aid, fire building, orienteering, shelter building and more.
Cub Car Rally – This event allows all the Cadets in the Edmonton Area to gather and race the cub cars they have constructed during their regular Cadet meetings.
Campout – Every four years the Greater Edmonton Cadet Council hosts a campout. On off-years, Inglewood’s Cadet group holds their own campout, spending two nights and three days in the wilderness discussing and learning about God’s creation and testing their knowledge and survival skills in the woods.
GEMS is a club for girls in grades two through six.
We spend our time with Bible studies, crafts, games, and other fun activities that are created to teach the truth of God’s word. This year the theme is based on wisdom and making wise choices in five areas of your life: relationships, school, money, words, and integrity.
Our theme verse is Proverbs 9:10: “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.”
GEMS stands for Girls Everywhere Meeting the Saviour.