Children & Youth
The children and youth of the Collegedale Church are our present and our future. It is our prayer that through their involvement with the ministries of our church, they will each grow closer in their personal walk with Jesus and will live their lives characterized by ministry and service to our church, community, and the world.
There are eight Sabbath School classrooms for children, ages birth through 6th grade, that meet from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. each Sabbath morning throughout the year. These classrooms are vibrant with dedicated leaders whose desire it is to see each child grow in their personal relationship with Jesus. The classrooms are places where Bible learning comes alive through interactive and active learning experiences.
Youth ministry ranges from grades seven to grade twelve.
Collegedale Explorers Pathfinder Club is a great adventure organization for children in grades 5 through 10. Registration is in the fall, and fees are very reasonable. Call Church office for more information, or email email@example.com.
The Collegedale Adventurer Club is for children in grades K through 4 and their families.
Kiddie Kampus is a day care ministry of the church for children ages 2-6, regardless of their religious affiliation.
The Collegedale Children's Choir is open to children ages 4 through the third grade of the greater Collegedale community, whether they are members at the Collegedale Church or not.
A week of fun activities, songs, and learning about Jesus.
Quality Christian education is an important value to Seventh-day Adventists. The Greater Collegedale School System (GCSS) is made up of A.W. Spalding, Collegedale Adventist Middle School, and Collegedale Academy
Each summer the Georgia-Cumberland Conference offers a summer camp program at Cohutta Springs Camp in Crandall, Georgia. Go to www.cs-yc.com for information and a brochure, or call the Georgia-Cumberalnd Conference office at 1-800-567-1844. Download a map to Cohutta Springs.
Collegedale Recreation Association is a community softball program which offers programs for youth ages 3-12th grade and adults of all ages. We are blessed to live in a community that offers its residents an option of non-Sabbath ball playing. We average just under 650 youth and at least 30 adult teams each spring and summer. For more information, call Renita Moore at (423) 304-5754.