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Sunday School, called  KidzKonnection, is a weekly program running in parallel with the worship service from 10-11:00 a.m., and is offered to children in grades 2-6. All leaders in this program have a current Vulnerable Sector Screening Check.

For more information please contact Donna Marchand, by calling the church office at 905-859-0843.

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Next Step

NextStep our Kindergarten/Grade 1 program is targeted to children in J.K. S.K. and grade 1 who are between the ages of 4-7 years old. This program operates out of room 5 where each week from 10-11:00 a.m. the leader will teach a bible based story, lead the students in a craft, sing songs, and play games to reinforce the mornings message.

For more information please contact Bev Baker, by calling the church office at 905-859-0843.

Camp WannaknowGod

The annual Vacation Bible School program for children ages 4 to 12 is an outreach to the community. This year it will run July 9 -13, 9 a.m. to noon at St. Paul's Church.

For more information please contact Donna Marchand at Download Registration Form




Norma - Our Sponsored Child

Norma was born on October 5, 2002. She lives in Ecuador.

Her parents live in a poor area. Her father is self-employed but his earnings are hardly enough to provide food and clothes and shelter for his family. Her mother stays at home caring for her family. Norma has little brothers.

Norma’s family farms. They sow grain. Sometimes in Norma’s letters she says that it is raining and is very cold, in other letters she tells us that in her community they have sunny days, the crops are growing and they are waiting for rain.

When Norma was just over 4, her favorite game was “Playing Shops” and she went to church. When Norma was in grade one, her favourite subject was painting. She liked to help at home by running errands for her mother. Her favourite game was playing with dolls.

In KidzKonnection we have made a quilt for Norma that she loved very much and thanked us for. She was in Kindergarten the year we made her the quilt. We have also sent her stuffed toys, pens, pencils, note paper, crayons, hair brushes, combs, toothbrushes, tooth paste, soaps, towels, balls to play with, clothes she can wear, books about numbers, musical instruments and candies which Norma has liked a lot. She sends us letters and is always very excited to receive our gifts. Norma’s parents also thank us and say that Norma plays and shares her things with her little brothers. In Norma’s letters she says that she thanks God for all the children of St. Paul’s and the gifts they send her and that she loves them all so much.

Our most recent letter from Norma came to us last year. She goes to Unidad Educativa Alejandro Chavez School and she is very happy attending school. She wants to learn so much more at school and after that finish high school. She wants to continue to study.



Hey Parents! Got a Kid who likes video games? Like Free? Check out Yahero at

A few years ago, the Canadian Bible Society was given the opportunity to create a unique ministry opportunity for children and young people, and the ground work began on what is now called Yahero.  Made with the creative genius of EyeseeTV, Yahero (short for Yahweh our Hero) is an online gaming experience that has been professionally designed and tested with children (so it’s cool…or is that phat?  Or sick?  I can’t keep track…).  It uses first-class animation and technology to allow kids an allegorical gaming experience that will encourage them to read the Bible.

You can learn more about Yahero here.  That link will also let you explore the game, which is receiving add-ons weekly as it rolls out.

The game is now available FREE!.

We tend to think that the spiritual development of our families is not about fun and games.  Well, now, maybe it is.  Check out Yahero today, and share the link with kids you know.