Through the Children’s Ministry the Diocese ensures effective mobilization, coordination, implementation, management and sustainability children programs. Children are a blessing from God, considering that the diocese is a steward of God’s people; it is responsible for facilitating the spiritual growth of the children in its communities.
Purpose: To identify, mobilize, unite, nourish, nurture and empower the Children in the diocesan communities with Christ-like-holistic care, support and life-skills to enable them attain godly, happy, healthy, self-reliant and secure livelihoods.
Target group: The Department embraces children (boys and girls) of 0- 14 years.
Strategic Program Interventions: Christ-like holistic nourishment, care and support which addresses the spiritual, physical, intellectual and emotional/needs of the children based on the the values and principles of the Anglican faith.
Mandate of the Children’s Ministry
- Putting in place a Child Protection Policy and Monitoring its Implementation.
- Supporting, Monitoring and Uplifting the Standard of Sunday Schools.
- Identifying and Building the Capacity of Sunday Schools Teachers.
- Endorsing and monitoring the Curriculum of Sunday Schools.
- Establishing and strengthening the Link between Parents and Sunday Schools.
- Establishing Partnerships between the Diocese and Individuals or Organizations involved in the work of Children.
- Establishing policy and trainings aimed at helping Christian Parents in Child upbringing.
- Utilizing in its Programmes individuals with expertise and experience in Children’s Affairs.
- Making arrangements and resource mobilization for supporting the work of Children’s Ministry.
SCOPE: The Ministry focuses on all Children in the diocesan communities(Christians and potential Christians).
The ministry aspires for Holistically nourished children; spiritually rooted in Anglican biblical values and principles of godliness, self-reliance and fortitude.
MISSION FOR THE MINISTRY: To nurture all round godly children by nourishing, and empowering them with Christ-like knowledge, skills and practices through various strategies among which are: evangelization, life and survival skills training, advocacy, social networking and sharing best practices, psychosocial care and support, counseling and guidance. ReadMore