NTCG Kids Foundation Scripture

Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith and your purity.1st Timothy 4:12 (NLT)

What is NTCG Kids?

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NTCG Kids is...

New Testament Church of God's National Children's Ministry.

What does NTCG Kids do?

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NTCG Kids...

DEVELOPS children who know God and have a firm foundation in His Word.

EQUIPS children with the tools to be an example and light in their home, schools and community.

IMPACTS families, schools and communities one child at a time.

Who is NTCG Kids for?

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NTCG Kids is...

for children aged 4-12.

What will I get from NTCG Kids?

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Children will get...

- to learn about God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit
- a deeper understanding of the Bible
- the opportunity to give their life to Christ
- opportunities to develop their God given gifts and talents
- opportunities to impact their family, schools and community

Who Heads up NTCG Kids?

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NTCG Kids is run by...

Shekinah Griffith

Hi I'm Shekinah, Head of NTCG Kids. God has given me a vision to see families and communities changed through equipping children with the Word of God and empowering them to use their God given talents to impact the world around them for the glory of God.
I am looking to recruit a team of volunteers to help deliver this vision and start planning for 2022 and beyond!

How can I contact NTCG Kids?

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You can contact NTCG Kids
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EMAIL
Our email address is NTCG.Kids.Choir@nullgmail.com

How can I get involved with NTCG Kids?

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You can get involved by...

1. VOLUNTEERING - We are looking for volunteers who can help deliver our vision of changing communities one child at a time. If you'd like to be part of this movement, register your interest by completing this form.
2. GIVING - Your gift will enable the creation of a national programme, activities and resources to help develop children in England & Wales.
Bank Details:
Account Name: National Youth Dept | Sort Code: 20-61-69 | Account number: 10652873 | Reference: NTCG Kids

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Black History Month

The Windrush Project

This October we would like your kids to help collate and share Windrush stories from their church, families and communities. The Windrush generation are people who arrived in the UK between 1948-1971 from Caribbean countries.

During World War II the British government invited men, women and children from the Caribbean to come to England and help rebuild the country and fill post-war UK labour shortages. The Empire Windrush was a passenger ship that brought the first large group of West Indian immigrants to Britain; it docked at Tilbury Docks in Essex on June 22nd 1948.

We are asking children aged 4-12 to talk with people from the Windrush Generation in their church, family or community and ask them questions about their experience migrating to England. They can share the stories in a number of ways, e.g.

- create a poster with pictures and writing

- create a PowerPoint presentation

- write a poem or song

- create a dance depicting the journey

- create a short film

We want the children to use their creativity to share these stories to the best of their ability. The best submissions will be shared online for others to view.

Submission deadline is Friday 29th October 2021. Please email submissions to ntcgyd@nullgmail.com or upload to the link provided to your youth and children's workers.

Below are some questions and resources to help get them started:

Prompt Questions

- How did you travel to the UK?

- How did you feel about taking the trip?

- What work did you do when you arrived in England?

- What were the biggest differences between life in the UK and life in the Caribbean?

- Did you travel with anyone knew?

- What did you like best/least about England?

- What did you miss most about the Caribbean?

- If you could rewind time would you do it again?

Resource Links

- NTCG project outline PDF

- Activity Village - template worksheet and activity sheet ideas

- Twinkl - template worksheet and activity sheet ideas

- Reading Museum - Windrush learning resources KS2 & KS3

- Royal Museums Greenwich - information about Windrush (past and present), includes a few book recommendations

Past Events

You can access all of our online content below

  • NTCG National Convention, NTCG Kid's Session - July 2021

    (Sunday - We've Got The Power) ( Activities for all sessions - more to come)

  • Looking After Me - NTCG Kids Health and Wellbeing Session - May 2021

    (presentations, resources & activities)

  • NTCG National Youth Convention - NTCG Kids Sessions - June 2020

    (Saturday - The Fall) (Sunday - Restored) (Monday - The presence) ( Activities for all sessions)