The Sequim Adventist Church supports children and youth. Scroll down to see the different types of ministries the church offers for children: Adventurers, Pathfinders, Sabbath School department activities, and a Christian School, Peninsula Adventist Elementary School.

Clubs Registration

Pathfinders and Adventurer clubs will have their registration in September 2024.

Fun activities and events are being planned for the year for kids ages 4 and up. If you would like to be included or have questions, contact the church office, 360-683-7373.


Children's Church ~
is the third Saturday of each month, with the exception of Summer months, and held at the Sequim Adventist Church.  



SPECIAL PROGRAMS  The following are events that the children have been involved in:


VBS happens July 22-27 from 6-8 pm at the Sequim Adventist Church. Questions? Call the church office at 360-683-7373, or email



SABBATH SCHOOL~Bible Study time that are age appropriate ~

Each Sabbath morning, Sabbath schools for each age group welcome children to an hour of active learning geared to their stage of faith development. These classes provide faith-shaping experiences for newborns through adolescents.


Beginner:  From newborn through 3 years old.

Kindergarten/Primary:  Ages 4 through 8, or  Pre-school through 3rd grade.

Junior: Ages 9 through 12, or  4th grade through 7th grade.

Teen: Ages 13 to 17, or 8th through 11th grade.

(Older teens may join the Young Adult class in the fireside room.)

Children's Sabbath School Departments present a special program two or three times a year with each class rotating throughout the year sharing what they have been learning. These mini programs take place just prior to the worship service.

The Adventurer Club is a worldwide organization sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is designed for children ages 4-9 who promise to abide by the Adventurer Pledge and Law. Children of any faith are accepted. Children who attend Adventurer Club will learn Christian values, good sportsmanship and people skills, and discover their God-given abilities and use them to benefit self and others. They can experience the joy of doing things well and express their love for Jesus naturally.

The Club meets the first Thursday and the third Saturday of each month at the Sequim Adventist Church Fellowship Hall. If you have any questions or would like to enroll your child, please contact the Sequim Adventist Church office at 360-683-7373.

The Pathfinder Club is a worldwide organization sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Any Youth in grades 5-10 who promises to abide by the Pathfinder Pledge and Law can join. The Club meets every Thursday, with some exceptions, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Sequim Adventist Church Fellowship Hall. The Club's activities may include community and world mission projects, nature and outdoor activities such as parades, backpacking and camping trips. 

If you want your child to experience achievement, involvement and have the opportunity to make a contribution in life, then maybe Pathfinders is for you. Contact the Sequim Adventist Church to enroll your child or for more information.



Peninsula Adventist Elementary School, located in the beautiful Dungeness Valley, and encourages each child's abilities and unique learning style, while challenging their minds. The School strives to develop each child's personal relationship with Jesus, positive self-image, personal responsibility, problem solving skills and effective communication.  Peninsula Adventist Elementary School uses a curriculum of the highest standard. With the advantage of small classes, our teachers can provide one-on-one instruction.

For a personal tour of the school or complete curriculum overview please call 360-683-6170, or email,  Or write to: Peninsula Adventist Elementary School, 255 Medsker Road, Sequim, WA 98382.

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