Welcome to NewHope’s Kids. At NewHope Kids we believe every kid should be known, connected, equipped and empowered.
- KNOWN by another kid and a leader.
- CONNECTED to a group where they can grow spiritually.
- EQUIPPED with the tools and the knowledge to develop a strong faith in Jesus. EMPOWERED to serve others and share Jesus in the world.
To sum it up, NewHope Children Ministry exists to connect kids to God and others while helping them live a purpose driven life. Our programs are:
At NewHope we believe that teaching children to love God and others takes place both at home and at church.
Through fun experiences, meaningful music and engaging teaching that encourages kids to participate, we present Jesus Christ and His Church family in a relevant way.
Our teams are dedicated to creating biblical values and life lessons that are crafted to last a lifetime. Our programs (Sparkles, All Stars and Galaxy) are tailor-made to capture the attention of children from 1 to 13. We use multimedia teaching, quiz review segments, memory verses, praise & worship tracks, games and videos to bring Jesus to life. Our teams are committed to raising a generation passionate about God and the effort you’ll see going into every child is testament to that.
Child Protection Procedures
NewHope prioritizes the safety of the children who attend our programs. All of our leaders are vetted through the New Zealand Police, and also sign NewHope’s Child Protection Policy specific to the group they will be caring for.
Regular leaders are committed to regular training in both teaching and child safety principles.
The following is our current Children’s Ministry procedures:
If anyone does have any concerns relating to child safety, they can report them to our Safe Ministry Supervisor (Tina Bargh), who will make sure the matter is dealt with appropriately.
We’d love you and your child(ren) to come and visit us — we hope you’ll be convinced that NewHope is a great place for your children!
If you would like to know more, please contact our pastor of children youth and families: Ps. Joshua Yang