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Teach Children's Ministry

Volunteer with your child by serving in your church's Children Ministry. Whether they are the age you are teaching or older and able to serve with you, this is a wonderful opportunity to bond with your child.

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We are called to love and serve others. Leading the Children's Ministry in your church is a great way to show your child how to love and serve through example. If possible, make it a weekly routine and watch your child grow while making a difference in other children's lives as well!

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1-3, 3-5, 6-8, 9-11, 12-14, 15-17, 18+

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30min-1hr, Half Day

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