Children ages 4-grade 8 are welcome to join us for a time of exploring, games, story, and crafts as we discover what it means to be part of a community of living faith. Appropriate activities, skilled teachers and a reformed curriculum are part of each Sunday morning. Sunday school takes place in the Great Hall, located on the main floor of the education wing.
Welcome little ones! Care is available for babes in arms to 3 year olds throughout worship; a place to crawl, a place to learn, and a place to grow is provided on the 2nd floor above the Great Hall. Rosedale strives to provide exemplary nursery care for our youngest among us and a foundation for early faith development. Parents are welcome to join their child(ren) in the nursery, or return at the end of worship.
*NB: Toys and surfaces are disinfected regularly, and hand-washing is encouraged prior to entering the nursery area. A change table is available outside of the office, and diapers available in the nursery.
Rosedale youth play an active role in the life and witness of the church and community. Youth participate in food drives, the mission at Evangel Hall, annual Rosedale gala dinner, worship, Sunday school and nursery support, etc. Through conversation, youth provide ideas for other activities and opportunities to explore their faith in meaningful ways through discussion and action.
Pre-Christmas Messy Church event on November 19, 2016
Join us as we live out being the church and have fun! This additional worship experience is for all ages, and is an opportunity to gather in Christian community outside of Sunday morning. Our worship includes a meal, crafts, singing, games and a story. All are welcome!
Cairn, owned and operated by The Presbyterian Church in Canada, and supported in part by Rosedale Presbyterian church, provides summer camping programs in the Muskokas for children, youth and families.
The traditional summer camp program, Glen Mohr operates on Echo Lake and has been operating for over 80 years.
Iona, a wilderness camp program, also on Echo Lake, focuses on small groups of campers living and working together in the woods.
Presbyterian Music Camp is a one-week family camp for people interested in developing their musical talent. PMC holds groups sessions for singers and musicians of all abilities. Presbyterian Music Camp runs the second last week of August at Camp Tamarack, south of Huntsville, ON.
Presbyterian Young Peoples Society
PYPS is a peer ministry that’s run by youth, for youth. The Presbyterian Young People’s Society is made up of young people between the ages of 14 and 25 with an executive committee composed almost entirely of young people.
Three retreats are held each year: one in February, one in May, and one in late September or early October. They’re open to all young people and are opportunities for young people to experience God, grow in their faith, and meet new friends all in a welcoming environment.
Rosedale Christian education programs are supported by fantastic volunteers. If you are looking to support one or more of our programs, please contact Jennifer Bell, Coordinator, to discuss your gifts and ways in which you might volunteer. High school students looking for volunteer hours are also welcome!
Rosedale is a Leading with Care community and is committed to providing safe environments for all persons, including children, youth, vulnerable adults, and those who minister to and with them. A copy of the policy for ensuring a climate of safety for children, youth and vulnerable adults in The Presbyterian Church in Canada is available outside the office.