The children’s ministry at FBC Maiden is the first step in Student Ministry. We seek to teach biblical knowledge to our children and help them to grow in their relationship with Jesus in an encouraging environment. We also foster growth by teaching our students how to memorize scripture, how to pray, and how to tell others about Jesus. We offer Sunday school, Awana Clubs, Children’s Choir/Chimes, “Greenhouse Kids” on weekly meeting basis. We also offer monthly events.
Greenhouse Kids meet Wednesdays from 6:30pm-7:30pm.
Awana clubs will begin January 12th from 6:00pm-7:30pm! What is Awana Clubs? Awana Clubs is a structured station based program that allows your child to learn the gospel through appropriate age level curriculum. Each station offers excitement and Biblical learning through: Bible study, Games, and Handbook time! Weekly scripture is given to students to memorize throughout the week and incentives for learning scripture, wearing there Awana Clubs t-shirt, bringing a friend or simply being apart of our dress up nights! Here is an overview of each of our Awana Club Teams:
Awana Cubbies: (Ages 3-5) Cubbies® celebrates the spiritual potential of preschoolers by helping them develop respect for God, His Son and His Word. Story time are lessons focused on your child’s level of learning. Game time builds excitement and reinforcement that goes along with there story time.
Awana Sparks: (K-2nd Grades) Sparks® begins building a foundation of wisdom for knowing Christ through igniting early elementary age kids to learn about the people and events of the Bible. Sparks also begin their journey in scripture memorization through their handbook activities.
Awana T & T: (3rd-5th Grades) T&T® stands for Truth and Training. Children will learn God’s word while training to follow Him. They will explore key fundamentals to growing in a relationship with Jesus Christ. Kids will also learn through game time and scripture memorization through their own handbook.
For reminders and updates, join our remind app:
Text: @fbcmac to the #:81010