fBC CLOUDCROFT KIDS CHILDREN'S MINISTRY
Our Children's Ministry at First Baptist Church, Cloudcroft is called "FBC Cloudcroft Kids." Throughout the year we seek to encourage our children to grow in their faith in Jesus through a variety of programs and events. Like our facebook page to keep up with current events.
Sundays from 9:30-10:30 am we have age graded Sunday School for children from birth to 5th grade. At this time Sunday School is on pause. We will let you know when we start back up. In the meantime, look for ways to connect online with FBC Cloudcroft.
Kids Klub is our anchor children's program. It is after school on Wednesdays from 3:45pm-5:30pm during the school year. We start with a snack, then have a time of Bible Study and Worship. We use the Gospel Project for our curriculum and have classes from Pre-K to 5th grade. At this time we are pausing Kids Klub. Check back to see when you can jump back in.
Family Nights are designed to give parents and children a chance to do something fun together. They range from "Lego Nights" to "Dinner and a Movie". Be sure to watch the calendar for the next Family Night.
yOUNG LIVES ABLAZE CHILDREN'S CONFERENCE
In the Spring we usually take children from 3rd to 6th grade to a Children's Conference in Albuquerque. We leave Friday morning and return Saturday evening. It is a great time for children get away for a night and learn about their faith in Christ while having fun with their friends. Unfortunately, due to restrictions for COVID-19, the conference has been cancelled.
vACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Our 2020 Vacation Bible School is Tuesday through Friday, May 26th through May 29th from 8:30am-12:30pm. The theme is "Concrete and Cranes" Check back for more information.
We hope to see you there!
Normally, we have two camps for our children in the Summer. The Young Lives Ablaze Camp at Inlow Baptist Camp near Mountainair for 3rd through 6th grades and the 1st and 2nd grade camp at Sivell's Baptist Camp near Cloudcroft. Unfortunately, this year both camps have been cancelled due to the uncertainty of the situation with COVID-19.