Kingdom Kids Children's Ministries
We love kids! And we want the time that children spend at First Baptist Woodway to be the best hours of their week, while building a firm foundation on the truth and love of Jesus Christ. Sunday mornings offer traditional Sunday School classes during the 9:00 am hour and kids' worship during the 10:15 hour. In the Fall and Spring, First Woodway offers Awana Clubs, Bible Drill, and Kids' Music & Missions on Sunday or Wednesday evenings.
What's Happening Now
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Baby Dedication Orientation - September 20
Dedication Service - September 27
Baby Dedications are faith milestones that we celebrate on select Sunday mornings throughout the year. To participate in a Baby Dedication, you must first attend an orientation session. This informational class will focus on what a dedication is, as well as provide you with some excellent tools and resources for leading your child. Orientation classes are held during the 10:15 hour on Sunday mornings in the Children's Ministry Conference Room. Please RSVP here.
New Believer's Class for Kids
October 4, 11 & 18, 10:15 - 11:15 am
1st-3rd grade: Room 111 4th-6th grade: Room 207
This three-session class is designed to help children better understand the decision they have made to make Jesus the Lord of their life. We have two separate classes, designed specifically for kids: one for those in 1st-3rd grades, and one for those in 4th-6th grades. Each child will receive a workbook and a devotion book. Please RSVP here.
Baptism Class for Kids
Wednesday, October 21, 6:00 pm
The Kingdom Kids Baptism class is a pre-requisite for grade school children to be baptized at First Woodway. We believe that baptism is an outward symbol of an inward decision to follow Christ, so this class is for kids who have already accepted Christ as their Savior and desire to be baptized. At this class we will discuss salvation, baptism, and how children can begin to grow in their Christian walk. Please RSVP here.
Mark Your Calendar
Fall Festival - Thursday, October 29, 2015