Working with parents in teaching children during his/her elementary years.

Teaching from the Bible & using Bible-based curriculum | Our goal is to help children build relationships with God & others

We offer a variety of purposeful activities and programs geared to help each child come to know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. We strive to develop in our children a positive attitude toward God, Jesus, God’s Word, self and others. Just as Jesus grew physically, mentally, spiritually and socially, we help our children do the same through Bible stories, worship, prayer and Bible-learning activities. Our grade school children attend Sunday morning worship services with their families, and they each receive a special bulletin designed just for them.

Grade School Weekly Schedule

Sunday Morning

9:30am Life Group

11:00am Life Group

*Children will attend Life Groups the same hour as their parents and worship as a family during either the 9:30 am Blended Service or the 11:00 am Modern Worship Service.

Wednesday Evening

5:30pm **Bible Drill for 4th & 5th Grade (During the school year)

5:50pm Check-in begins

6:00pm Midweek Blast Activities

** Bible Drill is offered prior to our Midweek Blast activities for 4th & 5th graders. Through a unique mix of activities, children will learn and memorize passages with the Church, District & State drills held in the Spring of each year. Children desiring to be a part of Bible Drill need to attend regularly and spend time practicing at home prior to the spring drills.

Sunday Morning Bible Study

“Bible Studies for Life” literature is taught by volunteers ready to pour into the lives of children as they are learning to live out God’s purpose and plan for their life.

At FBCH we believe worship begins in the home with children learning to worship God from family members who show love for God in their daily lives

The Sunday worship experience can be a transition for children and their parents. When a child enters 1st grade, our church celebrates by giving them their own Bible and celebrating their being able to worship together with their church family.