The Adventist Youth Ministry (AYM) is made up of the following clubs
The Adventurer Club is a Christ-centered, church-based support ministry intended to improve parent-child relationships. Its specialized programs are open to children ages 4-9.
The Pathfinder Club is a church-based platform of interaction between parents and the church via participation in the activities of the Club. It provides a healthy mentoring atmosphere for children ages 10-15 years.
master guide club
Master Guide in the terminal/highest ranking achievement of the Adventist Youth Ministries. Beyond this achievement is continuous leadership trainings, workshops, conventions, congresses, revalidation courses , etc.
A significant group of young people has been long-neglected in the Seventh-day Adventist church ministries. Perhaps this was a result of unintentional omission, however, it has been noted that after completing the Pathfinder program there is structured program for the youths (16-21 years).
Young Adult Club (YA) os fpr ages 22-31. YA formerly Adventist Youth Society began about 126 years ago, now titled Young Adults (YA). Today in West-Central Africa Division alone there are over 36,000 young adults actively engaged in ministry for the salvation lost souls.