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What Is Adventurers?
Adventurers is a christian activity-based program for children aged four to nine years old, run by volunteers. It is a family-based program and is designed to support parents/caregivers and provide Bible-based learning and new skills for children. Adventurer Clubs are found all over the world. In Australia all volunteers involved in a Club are required to follow safety procedures such as police checks and provide a safe place for children
Who Can Join Adventurers?
The Adventurer Club is organised by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, but joining a Club and participation is open to everyone, for the location of your nearest church with a Club (Australia and New Zealand only) go to Church Directory listing. In other parts of the South Pacific go to your local Adventist Church for information.The program can also be adapted for children in remote areas where there is no Club available
What Happens At Adventurers?
A club meeting may include a club flag, parade and uniforms. The Adventurer Pledge and Law is recited. Many Clubs sing an Adventurer Song. As it is a Christian program, prayer and worship are an essential part. Then it is time for activity-based progressive age-appropriate classes. There is a series of six classes, one for each year from ages 4 to 9. Adventurers also earn badges know as Stars [age 4] *Diamonds [age 5] or Awards [age 6 to 9]. Classes in the South Pacific Division [SPD]are based on the Adventurer Manual produced by the SPD
Where Is The South Pacific?
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.
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* Note the Little Lambs class and Little Fish class/ Diamonds listed on this Website have been modified by the Greater Sydney Conference. NSW Australia. They are provided for Club information and are not necessarily approved by the South Pacific Division