About FBC KIDS
ABOUT FBC KIDS
FBC Kids exists to partner with families in demonstrating the message of God's story to children, and to fuel a deep and lasting faith in the next generation! We offer programs and activities designed to stimulate wonder, discovery and passion in children about the amazing God who created them.
At FBC we believe that children can grasp the essential truths of the gospel. Therefore, we seek to provide a creative and fun environment in which they can begin to develop a lasting relationship with Jesus Christ. We are not here to take the place of the family in a child's spiritual growth, but rather to combine our influence with that of the family to see an even greater result!
SMALL GROUP MODEL
Small Groups are the heartbeat of what we do at FBC KIDS. Our goal at FBC KIDS is to connect every child from preschool to grade six to a teen or adult small group leader who loves them, is committed to investing in their lives on a weekly basis, and has a desire to partner with you, the parent, in discipling them in an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ. FBC KIDS Small Groups work best when families are committed to attending the same Sunday morning service (either at 9:20 or 11:00 a.m.) on a regular basis.
Small Groups are a bit different than the typical classroom model. Where classrooms focus more on structure and education, small groups promote relationship and discipleship. It is our desire that your children will not only learn about God while they are here at FBC KIDS, but that they will develop a personal relationship with their Lord and Savior.
We can't do this without committed Small Group Leaders! Small Group Leaders (SGLs) matter because kids may never know God unless they first know someone who loves God and can show them what God is like. SGLs commit to serve at FBC KIDS every Sunday, because they believe that showing up consistently in the life of a child is one of the best ways to influence their faith! Have you ever taken a moment to meet or thank your child's SGL? We encourage you to pop into the room once in a while on a Sunday to meet your child's SGL, shake their hand, thank them, encourage them... or maybe even invite them out for lunch with your family!