We believe that children are truly a gift from God. Matthew 19:14 says, “Jesus said, Let the little children come to Me, and do not hinder them for the kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these”.
Our Children’s Ministry is laying strong foundations that will help your child grow in their understanding of God and provide them opportunities to serve others. We have a well trained leadership team that leads our Childrens’ Ministries.
Every Sunday we provide children a safe and fun environment with Bible Study, Children’s Choir, and interaction in age appropriate classes to help them grow to be like Jesus. On Wednesday evenings, we provide Mission’s education for preschool through sixth grade and Bible Drill for grade school children.
Throughout the year we have special events such as Vacation Bible School, VBS Music Camp, Kids Camp, Summer Activities, Harvest Fest, Back to Bethlehem at Christmas, and many more. Watch our website for informaton regarding specific events.
10:45 Morning Worship Service and Children’s Worship
Sunday PM (Sept through April)
5:00 Mission Friends (Preschool)
5:00 Royal Ambassadors (RA’s) – Missions for Boys 1-6 Grade
5:00 Girls in Action (GA’s) – Missions for Girls 1-6 Grade
6:00 Children’s Choir – “SLAM!” (offered September – May)
Flat Creek Baptist Preschool offers age and developmentally appropriate learning opportunities for children ages 2 through 5. Registration forms are available in the preschool reception area. Forms and fees should be returned to the Preschool Director’s office. For more information about our Weekday Preschool, please contact the Weekday Preschool Office directly by calling Charlotte Trammell at (770) 487-7368 or email email@example.com.
*Flat Creek Baptist Church’s full-time ministry staff and all volunteers who work with our children have been trained through the “Ministry Safe (c)” program. This badge indicates that Flat Creek has taken proactive steps to train staff members and volunteers to address the risk of child sexual abuse in ministry programming. In any child-serving context, training is the first step in any effort to protect children from sexual abuse.