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FBC Kids is all about helping children to love Jesus, serve others, grow together, and reach their world for Christ.


Sunday School
9:15 AM

Sunday school includes graded small-groups (K5-1st, 2nd-3rd, and 4th-5th grades) that involve interactive Bible lessons and prayer. Each weekly Bible study helps kids dive deep into the big story of the Bible—God’s plan to rescue His people through His Son, Jesus Christ. It is led by a group of dedicated teachers who love kids and desire to see them grow in their faith each week.

The Gospel Project for Kids

Children’s Church
During the 10:30 AM Worship Service
Ages: K5 to 3rd Grade

Children start out in our main worship service with their parent/guardian and after the worship portion of the service, the kids go to their own service that includes a Bible lesson, worship, prayer, and games/activities. Children are be brought back to the sanctuary to join their parents at the end of the service.



6 PM (during the school year)
Ages: 3 years to 5th grade
AWANA stands for “Approved Workmen are not Ashamed”

“Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”2 Timothy 2:15 (NKJV)

AWANA is a Bible-based club for children ages 3 through 6th grade that meets during the school year. During club time children learn and memorize scripture, play exciting games, hear devotions and lessons from God’s Word, and learn about missions. The goal of AWANA clubs is to teach boys and girls the Gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him. Come each week and join the fun!

What Else?

Opportunities to join in for VBS (Vacation Bible School), camps, mission activities, retreats, and fun events throughout the year! Stay tuned for details!

Ministry Safe

Our church is a member of Ministry Safe Abuse Prevention Systems. This organization provides resources and tools that allow preschool, children, and student ministries to effectively screen workers and develop procedures that will keep our young people safe from any form of abuse.