Gwydyr Rd, Crieff, UK, PH7 4BS

Children and Youth Sabbath School

Crieff Adventist Church has an Bible study class every Saturday morning between 10am and 11am. We have an active group of children and young people for all ages from 0 to late teens. Come and have some fun...

Come and join us in our discussions. You can read up on what we'll be talking about on the Gracelink web site.

September 19, 2010


This training day is a FREE 2-part Children’s Ministries Training course.   It is for:

  • Sabbath School Teachers and Superintendents
  • Mums and Dads
  • Holiday Bible School Teams
  • children’s Ministries leaders
  • Kids in  Discipleship Ministry Leaders

The first wave of the course will be held in Crieff Church on 19th September 10am – 4pm. and is repeated in Glasgow church on 24 October, and Aberdeen church on 21 November.  The trainers vary slightly in each venue, but the content is the same – so if you can’t make the date in Crieff, you could join one of the other groups.

Topics to be covered:

  • Child Development and Faith Growth
  • Reaching every Child you teach
  • Caring for the  Whole Child

The second part of the course will be early in 2011, when the following topics will be covered:

  • Effective Leadership
  • Successful child Evangelism
  • Developing a Child’s Spiritual Life

The Presenters in Crieff will be Heather Haworth from the BUC, and Karen Holford and Jeniffer Oroko from the Scottish Mission.

Register your interest with your Pastor, local church Children’s Ministries leader, Muriel Logan, or Carole Peacock at the SM office.

Phone 01764 653257, or E-mail:

Soup and roll lunch provided

July 3, 2010
10:00 amto11:00 am

Sabbath School is for all ages – a chance to have some discussion within smaller discussion groups split into ages – Beginners, Kindergarten, Primary/Junior, youth and adults.  All are welcome to join in or to listen.  At the beginning of a new quarter, the book of Romans is at the centre of the adult studies.

Ideally, in our study of the book of Romans, after a study of the historical background, we should begin with Romans 1:1 and then go through the entire book verse by verse. Because only one quarter has been allotted to the study of the book, we have had to be selective in what parts we can study. The book could easily take four quarters, not one, to explore. Hence, only the key chapters, in which the basic message is contained, will be covered.

It is extremely important that a student of the book of Romans understand the book’s historical background. Without that background, it will be difficult for the student to know what Paul is saying. Paul was writing to a specific group of Christians at a specific time for a specific reason; knowing, as much as possible, that reason will greatly benefit us in our study.

We must, in our imagination, go back in time, transport ourselves to Rome, become members of the congregation there, and then, as first-century church members, listen to Paul and the words that the Holy Spirit gave him at that time.

Amazingly enough, though written a long time ago and in a whole other context, the book has messages relevant to His people today, in every land and in most every situation. Hence, we need to heed prayerfully the words written here and apply them to our lives.

This week’s study has the title ‘Paul and Rome’, and the texts we will be looking at will be:

Acts 28:17–31; Rom. 1:7; 15:14, 20–27; Ephesians 1; Phil. 1:12.

Following on from the Church Officer’s Training Day here are some links that were discussed in the ‘Children’s Ministries’ groups.