COVID-19 UpdateDue to the Corona Virus Pandemic, many of our children’s Christian education and activities have gone virtual. Complete the form below to be added to our email list so you are the first to find out about upcoming events.
10:00 AM Sundays
While the adults are in worship, we invite our youngest members to join us for Hero Headquarters! This programming has been developed to nurture the spiritual growth of the Children of FBC. Each meeting of Hero Headquarters begins with a warm welcome from our team of staff and volunteers followed by music, crafts, and a bible lesson designed to bring our youngest believers closer to Christ. As Jesus himself said, “Let the little children come to me, and not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” – Matthew 19:14.
A note on safety: We are currently welcoming children in person on the first and third Sundays during worship service. This plan is contingent upon having sufficient volunteer coverage. We will notify families by Saturday afternoon via email if we need to cancel class. On the Sundays that we are not meeting in person, we provide Biblically themed activity bags for all children. The Discipleship Cluster will revisit this plan monthly and adjust as needed.
For more information on Hero Headquarters and our children’s programming, please use our contact form!
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FBC Youth Wing
A safe place to be, to enjoy and to learn
“Learning, Growth, Communications, Consistency, Clarity”
We serve 6th – 12th-grade youth
Beginning March 1st, youth, grades 8-12 can stop in and hang out for five minutes to a couple of hours. Email Ship at email@example.com to confirm you are dropping in. The youth wing will be open Tuesday & Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. We require COVID-19 safety protocol to be followed. This is a great way to get out of the house and work on your homework or just kick back and relax. We have Wi-Fi. Please complete the guardian consent form before dropping off your youth.
Happy Healthy U Talks
Youth and parents are invited to attend these talks in-person or on Zoom.
All start times are 6 p. m. on March 6, May 12, August 11, and November 10. More info
Email firstname.lastname@example.org today to register.
At this time, the youth are meeting in person during worship service on the 2nd Sunday of each month. All other Sundays they meet via Zoom at noon. Please contact Ship at email@example.com for more information and to sign up.
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After the Building Has Reopened For Classes
9:00 a.m. Hero Headquarters Ministry (Grades K-4)
Bible Lessons, Crafts, Activities
“Showing kids God’s love … helping kids love church“
Sunday Morning, We Are Heroes for Christ!
Normally Hero Headquarters is a children’s ministry that starts at 9:00 a.m. and offers programs for infants up to 4th grade. We help families teach their children, to understand Biblical truths, and how to live them out in their everyday lives. There is a promise to First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland members, to be Bible-based, Child-centered, Christ-centered, relational, relevant, creative, and of course FUN! In the fall during the contemporary service at 9:00 AM, there are activities for kids. Our main sermon time starts at 10:00 AM There are serval teaching methods including, interactive, multimedia-driven lessons that drive home a single biblical point, that is delightfully fun and easy to understand. There are monthly themes, and each teaching theme includes independent materials that are an ongoing resource for children and parents.
Family Bible Study and Special Classes
Enjoy FBC’s continuous learning programs offered to families. We love our children. Children bring life and laughter which, creates a wonderful learning environment. Our children and youth, are products of First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland. They are not alone on this journey, we are a church family, and we want our children, to see and participate in our community of believers learning together.