Partnering with Parents

We recognize the urgent need to pass on the truth of God to the next generation, and therefore, we long for our children to be taught about “the glorious deeds of the Lord, his might, and the wonders that He has done” (Psalm 78:4).

Because we believe the home is the primary place of biblical instruction, we desire to see parents who have been shaped and fashioned by God’s Word, who then take every opportunity to declare the truths of Scripture to their children. Therefore, as a church, we want to partner with parents in teaching and discipling their children.

Child Protection

We take seriously the responsibility God has entrusted to us to teach, love, and care for the children who attend FBC. Therefore, we have established a child protection policy by which all of our teachers and workers are screened. You can read our child protection policy here.

Our Programming

FirstCare (Nursery)

(Birth - PreK)

Nursery is available for children birth through PreK during the 9:00 a.m. worship service and during 10:30 a.m. Life Groups (Sunday School).

Life Groups (Sunday School)

(Kindergarten - Fifth Grade)

Large-group and small-group Bible teaching is provided 10:30-11:30 a.m. for all children from kindergarten through fifth grade.

Throughout the year

Children sometimes participate with their parents in activities on Sunday evenings. At other times, childcare is provided. 

Children's Choir

During the school year, we have three age-divided children’s choirs that meet at 5:00 PM. For more information, see the Children's Choir section on our Music page.


(Four-Year-Olds - Fifth/Sixth-Graders)

This program helps to disciple younger children primarily through Scripture memory. Childcare is also available for children under four years old.

Each January, the current year's sixth-graders join our student/youth group for discipleship appropriate for their age.

View the 2023-24 Awana calendar

Family Discipleship Resources

We want to help parents disciple their children.

See our recommended resources