The Adventurer Club Program
Adventurers is a program for 6 to 9 year old children. Many Clubs also run a program called Pre-Adventurers for children aged 4 and 5. the Adventurer Club program is organised by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The South Pacific region of the Seventh-day Adventist church includes Australia, Papua New Guinea and islands to the east of these territories as far east as Pitcairn Island.
The Adventurer Program and the Clubs are open to every child, for the location of your nearest church (Australia and New Zealand only) go to Church Directory listing. The program can also be adapted for children in remote areas where there is no church located
The program is divided into progressive age-appropriate classes. There is a series of six classes, one for each year from 4 to 9.
They are based on the Adventurer Manual as published for the South Pacific Division, which broadly follows the layout of the General Conference Adventurer Manual.
They include additional helps and activity-based learning to supplement the Class Activity Sheets available from the Adventist Books Centres within the Division.
This material has been provided by Club Directors and Teachers. If you have documents or ideas that would improve this site for Adventurers anywhere in the South Pacific Division, you are invited to contact us (see menu) and the Webmaster will be very happy to correspond. This site is a co-operative effort, with the Webmaster updating the site with material provided by Adventurer sources. Please ensure you have permission from the author if the material contributed is not your own original work
*These pages are are a replacement for the material that used to be found at www.adventist.org.au/adventurers and are designed to assist Adventurer Directors and Class Teachers in their planning for and teaching of the Adventurer Classes.
See Local News for information on developments within this site.
Please Note: All teaching helps are available to any viewer, there is no need for visitors to this site to log in.