Teaching our children


is a sacred calling


At Really Living we want to teach kids about Jesus’ love in fun, creative, and relevant ways.

Our programs are designed to nurture children into an understanding that the Bible has wisdom for their lives that is equaled by nothing else in the world.

We’d love to see your family members grow in Jesus too! Why not join us this Saturday?

Our Saturday Schedule

10–10:50 am: Sabbath School

Designed for young ones from birth through age three, this program helps form the foundation of a relationship with Jesus through age-appropriate songs and activities. A parent/guardian should accompany each child.

During the first 30 minutes children play together while the parents visit. At 10:30 children enjoy music and a hands-on Bible story.

Don’t feel bad if you can’t make it for 10 am—join us at 10:30 if it’s easier! Come make connections with other families. Dads are welcome too!

11:30 am–12:30 pm (During Sermon)

While some parents may prefer to have their babies/toddlers with them, drop off care is available in the nursery during the sermon, immediately after the praise and prayer.

10–10:50 am: Connections

Connections (our Sabbath School program for kids) begins with a lively time of praise songs, followed by a Bible lesson, recapping what the children have studied with their families during the week.

11–11:30 am: Together Time

Our weekly together time enables all ages to experience a sense of inter-generational community. At 11 o’clock, all ages gather in the worship centre for our praise service (live music) and prayer.

11:30 am–12:30 pm: Really Living Kids 

Really Living Kids is a fun and interactive program that teaches Biblical values through crafts, games, stories, snacks, and more.

Note: The first Saturday of each month (watch Our Calendar for exceptions) is a special time when there is no Really Living Kids. Instead all ages stay together in the worship centre during the main service, in what we call “Family Sabbath.” Here parents and adults have the chance to model a grown-up, yet still meaningful, worship experience to their children. On Family Sabbaths you will often see children and youth taking part in the service in one way or another, helping them to hone their leadership skills and confidence.

For ages 11 and up, see Earliteens & Youth.