We provide children’s Sunday School classes from 4 years old through Senior High. We use curriculum from Regular Baptist Press, which is known for its Biblical integrity and doctrinal soundness. Our children’s workers all have updated clearances and background checks on file. Please contact the church if you would like to view our Child Protection Policy.
Sunday School and Adult Bible studies begin each Sunday morning at 9:30 am.
Each week prior to the pastor’s message, children are dismissed for Children’s Church (Ages 4-6). Kids enjoy an age-appropriate lesson of their own while Dad and Mom enjoy the message in the main service.
For the smallest members of your family, we have Nursery available for both Sunday School and the Morning Worship service. Once you check-in with the nursery worker, you’ll receive a badge with which to pick up your child after the service. There is also a room for nursing moms who would like a quiet place to feed their baby but still listen to the message.
The Christian Character Club program is designed to develop Christian character in the lives of children from preschool-6th grade. Every week, clubbers learn what it means to practice obedience, honesty, and humility! Clubbers learn these traits through Scripture memory, songs, games, and crafts. This program will help teach your children Biblical values that will serve them for a lifetime.
This teen ministry for Jr. and Sr. Highers (7-12th grade) meets every Sunday evening for games, refreshments, relevant Bible study, music, and prayer. This ministry runs year-round and provides many opportunities for spiritual growth and times for fellowship. Our youth leaders— Will and Maria Stanley— love teens from the heart and impact them in a positive way for Christ!
“We desire to glorify God by providing a safe environment so that we can reach our families, friends, and community with the gospel of Jesus Christ and train one another to know, love and serve Him. Grace Baptist Church values children as image bearers of God and fellow disciples disdaining as sin the abuse of children. Such abuses are unacceptable; we seek to protect those in our care from harm and abuse by providing a safe place for children to thrive physically and spiritually.”
-excerpt from the GBC Child Protection Policy
View the full document here.