Children's Ministries (Grades K-5)Download Forms
At First Assembly, children are a priority! We take children and ministering to them very seriously. That's why we invest heavily in top-notch ministries and programs, training kids now for a lifetime of service and devotion to God through a personal walk with Jesus. Our capable staff of volunteers and ministries are helping to connect kids to God, the Word, their family, each other, the Church, and world missions.
Children in Kindergarten through 5th grade, meet upstairs in The Clubhouse at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. for Clubhouse Live! (Kids Church). The Clubhouse Live! services teach the children how to live a life of total devotion to the Lord through praise and worship, prayer, Bible stories, object lessons, puppet stories, skits, slide stories, videos, games and much more!
Discovery Clubs is our Wednesday evening program for elementary boys and girls. During Discovery Clubs, your child will have the opportunity to engage in exciting worship, hear fun Bible stories and enjoy snacks. Half of each evening will be devoted to learning a hobby or skill taught by loving adults from our church family. Examples of these hobbies are photography, first aid, nature, and many more. Through Discovery Clubs, kids will make friends, have fun, learn hobby skills, and most importantly, grow in their relationship with Jesus.
Junior Bible Quiz
Junior Bible Quiz (JBQ) was created and designed to help children develop a love for the Bible and an understanding that its truth can guide their lives daily. JBQ offers a fun, exciting way to motivate children to understand the all-important truths in God's Word. Through cooperative learning, children work together on teams to learn and understand the questions and answers from the Bible Fact-Pak. JBQ is open to kids Kindergarten through 6th grade, and meets each Wednesday during the school year in the Clubhouse, Room CH-201/202.
To find out more about Children's Ministries at Albany First Assembly, call 541-926-2291 or email Pastor Dustin Hawkinson