Children’s Ministry

Children’s Ministry at First Baptist Church Fenton

Our Children’s Ministry provides a safe place for your child to worship and learn about Jesus in an engaging, age-appropriate environment. If you have children from birth-6th grade, we would love for them to join us.

Children’s Ministry at First Baptist Church Fenton

Our Children’s Ministry provides a safe place for your child to worship and learn about Jesus in an engaging, age-appropriate environment. If you have children from birth-6th grade, we would love for them to join us.

Frequently Asked Questions

What curriculum do you use?

We use The Gospel Project For Kids curriculum. The Gospel Project for Kids is a Christ-centered Bible study resource (from Lifeway Christian Resources) that follows a chronological timeline of Bible events—presenting the story of redemption through Jesus as kids have never seen it before! Each week, these stories come to life through video, music, activities, and more. Over a three-year plan of study, each session immerses kids in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to missions from Genesis to Revelation.

How can I volunteer for Make It Take It?

You can register as a volunteer here.

What weekly activities does the children's ministry have?
  • Children’s Choirs: Our Children’s Choirs meet on Wednesday evenings. You can learn more about those here.
  • Children’s Baptist Catechism Class: The Catechism class meets on Wednesdays at 7pm and Sundays at 5:00 p.m. each week.
  • Sunday School: Our Sunday school classes meet on Sundays at 9am.
How do you incorporate missions into the children's ministry?

The children’s division put “feet” to their studies for missionaries. Each December Grades 1st -6th do a mission project called “Lotta Pennies for Lottie.” Along with bringing their own pennies, the children that arrive early for Sunday School collect pennies/change from adult Sunday School classes to contribute to the church’s Lottie Moon Christmas offering goal for foreign missionaries. 

How do you incorporate families into the children's ministry?

For fun and fellowship, one of the goals of the children’s division is to host family events throughout the year, including:

    • Annual Bonfire: In October we have a bonfire, which includes roasting hot dogs, games, tractor rides, and much more ending in a campfire devotional time.
    • Make It Take It Workshop:  On a Saturday in November, boys and girls meet at church to hear the Christmas story, make Christmas gifts for family and friends, sing and have refreshments.
    • Annual Theme-Based Party: In February we have a theme-based party involving our children and their families.
    • Vacation Bible School: Every Summer
    • Birthday Party for Jesus: At Christmas time, we celebrate and have a Birthday party for Jesus, with all of our combined grades, during the Sunday School hour.

Frequently Asked Questions

What curriculum do you use?

We use The Gospel Project For Kids curriculum. The Gospel Project for Kids is a Christ-centered Bible study resource (from Lifeway Christian Resources) that follows a chronological timeline of Bible events—presenting the story of redemption through Jesus as kids have never seen it before! Each week, these stories come to life through video, music, activities, and more. Over a three-year plan of study, each session immerses kids in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to missions from Genesis to Revelation.

How can I volunteer for Make It Take It?

You can register as a volunteer here.

What weekly activities does the children's ministry have?
  • Children’s Choirs: Our Children’s Choirs meet on Wednesday evenings. You can learn more about those here.
  • Children’s Baptist Catechism Class: The Catechism class meets on Wednesdays at 7pm and Sundays at 5:00 p.m. each week.
  • Sunday School: Our Sunday school classes meet on Sundays at 9am.
How do you incorporate missions into the children's ministry?

The children’s division put “feet” to their studies for missionaries. Each December Grades 1st -6th do a mission project called “Lotta Pennies for Lottie.” Along with bringing their own pennies, the children that arrive early for Sunday School collect pennies/change from adult Sunday School classes to contribute to the church’s Lottie Moon Christmas offering goal for foreign missionaries.

How do you incorporate families into the children's ministry?

For fun and fellowship, one of the goals of the children’s division is to host family events throughout the year, including:

    • Annual Bonfire: In October we have a bonfire, which includes roasting hot dogs, games, tractor rides, and much more ending in a campfire devotional time.
    • Make It Take It Workshop:  On a Saturday in November, boys and girls meet at church to hear the Christmas story, make Christmas gifts for family and friends, sing and have refreshments.
    • Annual Theme-Based Party: In February we have a theme-based party involving our children and their families.
    • Vacation Bible School: Every Summer
    • Birthday Party for Jesus: At Christmas time, we celebrate and have a Birthday party for Jesus, with all of our combined grades, during the Sunday School hour.

Questions? Contact our team!

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