These children’s ministry signs will do more than provide information on what room to go to. It also brings your team together in prayer!
“If two of you agree here on earth concerning anything you ask, my Father in heaven will do it for you. For where two or three gather together as my followers, I am there among them.” — Matthew 18:19-20
As leaders, we ask for God’s provision and guidance in our ministries. And we din;t have to talk to God alone. Together, your church leadership team can unite to pray for the youngest members of your church family—all while preparing to welcome team well.
Posting and Praying Over Signs for Your Children’s Ministry
First, prepare informational signs to help guide families to kids’ rooms. When creating signs, include the name of the kids’ group, kids’ ages, and if possible, teachers’ and volunteers’ names. Do you have rotating teachers or multiple services? Consider laminating the posters so you can write different names with a dry-erase marker each week.
Next, invite your pastor and other church staff members to help post the signs while you pray over each space. Together, hang the sign on or near the meeting-room door, and then pray specifically for the teachers and children who’ll meet inside.
Do your signs need a little pizazz? We’ve cooked up a template for you. Download a nursery sign here or an elementary sign here!
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