Children

Our focus is to help children know Jesus, make Him known, and connect families to the life of the church. We offer multiple programs to provide sound biblical doctrine to children coupled with fun activities to enhance their learning

Children’s Ministry Parent Survey

As I am completing my first academic year as the Children’s & Family Director at Becker Baptist Church, I want to make sure that I am doing the best job I can for your children. Please take a moment and complete the survey to help me shape the coming year. Scan and email the completed survey to amy.drehmel@beckerbaptist.org or drop off in my box at church.  If you have something to communicate that doesn’t come up in the survey, please feel free to call me at 815-980-9633 or I’d love to sit down and meet with you. I’d love to hear from you!  ~Blessings, Amy Drehmel

Children’s Ministry Check-In System

If you are new and/or have not registered your child for check-in, you can do so by visiting our kiosk in the foyer & filling out the registration form or you can fill out our online form by clicking the “Register My Child” below:

Sunday Mornings

BBC offers Children’s Church (Quest/Quest Jr.) for your young children during the Sunday morning worship service.  Sunday School classes are offered during the school year at 9:15am.

Nursery

Loving care is provided for children birth through age 3 in our spacious and attractive childcare center during Sunday School and Sunday morning worship service (10:30am). Your child will get to play with lots of toys, have books read to them, and play with other kids.

For Pre-K - Grade 5: Quest / Quest Jr. Children's Church

Meets weekly on Sundays at 10:00am, except on Family Worship Sundays (typically 1st Sunday of the month) 

If you’re a grown-up and you’ve been following Jesus for a while, you’ve probably figured out a few ways to grow spiritually. The kids you’re parenting or leading, on the other hand, aren’t grown-ups, so they might need a little help from you to figure out how, exactly, to grow spiritually. So, what should spiritual growth look like for a kid? We like to think about it in terms of four spiritual habits. To help a kid grow spiritually, teach them to spend time with God, spend time with others, use their gifts, and share their story. These are the four keys to discipleship that will help kids launch a lifelong, growing faith.

Current QUEST/QUEST JR. Series

A SERIES ON NOAH, BABEL, ABRAHAM, LOT

“I double dog dare you!” Those five words can either make us really nervous or make us really brave. In this series, we’re not talking about the kind of dares that challenge you to drink a liquified Happy Meal or lick a frozen telephone pole. We’re talking about a better kind of dare — the kind of dare God gives us when He calls us to do something big and bold in His name. In this series from the book of Genesis, kids will hear the stories of people who responded to God’s call with either fear or courage. They’ll be challenged to obey God even when others aren’t, to obey God by putting Him first, to obey God even when they don’t understand, and to obey God by turning away from sin.

BBC Kids Mission Project: Creole Bible

We are learning to live out the Great Commission and have launched an initiative to raise funds to purchase 60 Jesus Storybook Bibles in Creole for the new kindergarten students at Grace Emmanuel School in Haiti.  The cost (including shipping) for each box is approximately $250.  We need to send 4 boxes, so we have a hefty goal of $1,000 to raise. Donations to help our kids reach this goal and meet this need can be placed in the box on the hallway table in the lower level .

Family Summer Potluck Picnic & Movie ("Pilgrim's Progress")

BBC Kids invites families to join us Sunday, August 18, 4:30-6:30pm  for a Potluck Picnic & Movie Night @ The HUB, 11952 Hancock St. in Becker

Bring a dessert and non-dessert side dish to share—ones that will feed several people. Plates, silverware, cups, napkins and beverages will be provided. This is a potluck, so whatever folks contribute will be what we will all enjoy communally. Bring your own camp chairs, if possible.  We will be watching the movie Pilgrim’s Progress at dusk outdoors (weather permitting). 

For more information, please contact Amy Drehmel at 815-980-9633 or amy.drehmel@beckerbaptist.org

 

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MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers)

Becker Baptist MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) is a growing ministry – serving area moms and sharing Christ’s love with mothers of children pregnancy through Kindergarten.  Becker Baptist MOPS meets the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month Sept 11-May  13  Interested or have questions, please contact Keri Schulte, MOPS Coordinator at beckerbaptistmops@gmail.com.

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