Children (K-5th grade)


First Baptist St. Charles partners with moms and dads to help kids know God and His love for them, grow in faith and love Christ, and show God’s love to others.  Our programs and classes meet kids right where they are and help them to discover God and His Word on their own level.


9:30 am


While parents are attending the worship service, children in grades K-3 are invited to attend KidsCity Worship, a kid’s worship experience in Room 110.  KidsCity Worship is a high-energy service where kids can participate in singing, Bible-based stories, object lessons, and other coordinated activities.


* Children grades 4-5 are encouraged to attend the worship service with parents.

11:00 am


While parents are attending a Bible study, children in grades K-5 are also in small group Bible classes where they study God’s Word and build friendships.  These classes offer a safe, comfortable environment conducive to kids sharing and growing together.


6:00 pm

Kids City music icon for website in green
Through our KidsCity Choir, we desire to teach children the joy of singing to the Lord, with an ultimate goal of creating lifelong worshipers, placing Jesus at the center of everything we do.  Students in Kindergarten through 5th grade meet through the school year meet on Sunday evenings from 6:00-7:15 pm, learning exciting, high-energy songs with choreography.  KidsCity Choir sings at Sunday morning worship services and special presentations, including a full musical in May.  CLICK HERE to register your child for KidsCity Choir.  Come and join the fun!



6:30-8:00 pm



AWANA stands for Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed!  Awana Clubs is an exciting program for kids to learn about God’s love and His plan for their lives.  A club meeting consists of three parts: Game Time, Small Group (Bible memory/handbook time), and Large Group (story time).  CLICK HERE for more information.



Our top priority is for every child to hear God’s Word in a fun and secure environment.

All children may be checked in through the computer system by an adult.  A name tag and security tag is provided once the child is checked in.  The security tag must be presented in order for the child to be released to the adult at the end of the service or Bible study.

The Children’s Ministry staff and volunteers have been screened through a background check to provide your family with security as you attend worship or Bible study.