WHAT IS IT? Children’s Sabbath is a yearly program designed to
promote awareness of children’s needs and our responsibility
to meeting their needs as a church.
Children's Sabbath is traditionally scheduled for the first Sabbath in October. However, many churches enjoy having Children's Sabbath programs more often.
2012 Children's Sabbath theme: 'Ready to Go'!
If you have ever watched a child when they are excited about something you know that their reaction is a full-bodied response. Joy and Happiness just wiggles out and infects everyone around them! That is why kids make such great evangelists. They just show love with abandon and it draws everyone around them to Jesus. This children’s Sabbath program will demonstrate to your church members that our kids are empowered when it comes to sharing the gospel. Jesus has called them to service, and they are “Ready to Go!”
Website to order Real magazines for community outreach: www.sharereal.org. offerings taken to send subscriptions to children can be sent to Real Magazine Review and Herald Publishing, 55 West Oak Ridge Drive, Hagerstown, MD 21740 or contact them at 301 393-5155
Children's Sabbath 2012 DownloadsReady To Go-Booklet
Sorry-- hard copies, pins, or CDs will NOT be available.
2011 Children's Sabbath theme: 'Be Like Jesus' !
For 2011, the Children's Sabbath theme is: 'Be Like Jesus!' It's an extension/an emphasis on the VBS 2011 program 'Go Fishin''. This is a great way to bring back the community kids that participated in your VBS to come back in October and join the fun in planning a powerful Children's Sabbath worship.
click the links below to print your booklet, posters, etc:
Children's Sabbath 2011-Booklet
Children's Sabbath 2011-Bookmark
-hildren's Sabbath 2011-Postcard
Children's Sabbath 2011-Poster
Children's Sabbath 2011-Poster 8x10
Children's Sabbath 2011-Poster 11x17
Spanish- Children's Sabbath 2011
French- Children's Sabbath 2011
For 2010, the Children's Sabbath theme is: 'Speak, Lord! I'm Listening.' Throughout history God has repeatedly called children into service for Him. Age is inconsequential when it comes to the calling of the Holy Spirit and the ability of a child to be obedient and respond to God's voice. Our heavenly Father goes to great lenghts to save us and to reach us, whether we are a child or an adult. It is our duty and privilege to say, 'Speak, Lord! I'm ready to listen.'