Youth Sunday School

Youth Sunday School gives meaningful, forceful ideas to think about and pray with—ideas that heal, all based on a divine law. Children of all ages gain a spiritual perspective that will help them throughout their life.
The curriculum consists of four lessons per unit. After each unit has been taught and engrossed by the children, the students take art in a competitive activity. This activity is held twice a year during an early Sunday morning to display to their peers, parents and families what they have learned during their time in Sunday School.
All classes meet on the second floor of the church. Sunday school begins at 10 am to 11 am. We have five different classes, the following classes are:
*Heaven & Star (3 - 5 years old)
This class is held on the first floor behind the sanctuary. Extended Care is provided during services every 2nd and 4thSunday.
*Genesis (1st – 3rd grades)
This class is held on the second floor of the church. Extended Care is provided during services every 2 nd and 4th Sunday.
Witnesses (4th – 6th grades)
Levites (7th – 8thgrades)
Revelations (9th grade – college)
* Specialty classes

Youth Evening program

Our youth group contains a series of organized meetings and activities for the children within the church. The program is designed to teach children, help them grow in their spirituality and provide educational and physical activities. Each month is theme based. The program focuses on strapping our youth with the proper tools to survive in this ever-changing world. We offer a safe way for kids to fellowship while strengthening their faith. In addition, the youth program facilitates several of the church’s yearly activities:
• Youth Revival –mid June
• Christmas program
• Easter program
• Family day
 
Kemmar (Enrichment/Homework assistance program)
The program takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., at 67 Prince Street in Elizabeth NJ. The program begins in late October until the middle of June. The program accommodates children from age 6s to 16.

Our mission is to:

• Strengthen students' academic achievement;
• Help more students become better critical thinkers;
• Improve students' behavior in school (studies show that poor grades correlate with bad behavior)
• Boost the number of students who have plans for the future, including goals to finish high school and go on to college.

Our Programs offer:

• Homework assistance
• Healthy snacks
• Supervised computer use
• Academic workshop
• Occasional Trips
• Riddle of the day. Riddles are given to help improve critical thinking.

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School (VBS) is an annual summer program. Children ages 3-12 years old attend the first week. The children that are 3 years old must be fully potty trained. Youth ages 13 and up attend the second week of August. VBS provides children and youth with fun-filled Bible lessons, activities, songs and games. It is an opportunity for children and youth to come together to learn more about God while having fun. Each year the children look forward to the trip which takes place at the end of the week. For more information on registering your child/children for VBS, please contact Mirlande J. Philippe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

After School Program

Kemmar (Enrichment/Homework assistance program)The program takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Council Evangelical Apostolic Church of God-67 Prince Street in Elizabeth NJ. The program begins in late October until the middle of June. The program accommodates children from age 6s to 16.

           Our mission is to:

  •  Strengthen students' academic achievement;
  •  Help more students become better critical thinkers;
  •  Improve students' behavior in school (studies show that poor grades correlate with bad behavior)
  •  Boost the number of students who have plans for the future, including goals to finish high school and go on to college.

     Our Programs offer:

  •  Homework assistance
  •  Healthy snacks
  •  Supervised computer use
  •  Academic workshop
  •  Occasional Trips
  •  Riddle of the day. Riddles are given to help improve critical thinking.