Where can your children experience the joy of music, the fun of play, and the love that comes from a family of faith while becoming friends with children of God from all over the world? At the International Church of Copenhagen!
We welcome children of all ages to come and participate in our Children’s ministry. We offer Christian education, which takes place on Sunday mornings, and many opportunities for fun and fellowship throughout the year. At ICC, our friendships are based on faith, and made for a lifetime.
Come grow with us!
Children are always welcome at ICC. We offer a lively Sunday School for children aged 3-12. Sunday School follows the same schedule as worship services, meeting during the school year i.e. August to June. We typically start the Sunday School with praise songs and prayer, before splitting into age relevant groups. We start the main part lesson with a parable or bible reading and a discussion. We then have fun and reinforce learning with either a craft, a game or some other hands on activity. Children re-join the congregation after the sermon and prayers, in time to join their parents for Communion at the Lord’s Table.
From time to time children bring special gifts to our worship, especially the singing of special songs they’ve prepared. They also help us to celebrate the joy of the Christmas Gospel with a Christmas pageant in December.
Crèche / Nursery
For children that are too young to attend Sunday School, ICC offers parents the opportunity to use the crèche / nursery during all regular worship services. We have an experienced crèche worker who is present from 10:15 until the end of the service.
Please bring your child’s favorite food and drinks as well your own diaper bag in order to accommodate your child with the items that she/he is most comfortable with.
A Confirmation (catechism) program is offered for teenagers in the congregation to explore the foundations of Christian faith. For more information, please contact the Pastor.
And when you welcome one of these children because of me, you welcome me. (Matthew 18:5)