Children & Youth
Cafe area for Parents with 0 – 2 year olds.
We love seeing our little ones in church. You are very welcome to bring your babies into our service and we don’t mind at all if they are a little unsettled. However, if you feel more comfortable taking them out for a little bit, please use our Cafe area at the back of the Chapel. It has a sound feed from the service so you can still hear the main service.
Explorers (Ages 3-6 years)
After worshipping with you in the service for the first bracket of songs, the children will be taken upstairs (above the reception) to the lounge area. The Explorers will be taken into a smaller room for their snack, Bible story and activities. Parents/Carers will need to come up the stairs to pick up their children as soon as the church service has ended.
Discoverers (Ages 7-12 years)
Discoverers meet upstairs in the main lounge and participate in games, activities, Bible Story and activities. They will be released back to their parents care at the end of the church service.
We want to welcome you here at Fairfield Baptist Church. We have a number of activities available for our children and teenagers and welcome your family to join in. All our children and youth volunteers are Police-checked and will welcome your family, letting them know they are a valued part of both God’s family and the FBC family.
We have a check-in system in operation prior to the service starting as a safety measure. Parents collect their younger children from upstairs at the end of the service.
Take-it-home materials are part of our programmes to help parents talk with their children and young people about God at home.
We are currently running our children’s programmes in COVID-19 vaccination pass services during the school terms.
Sundays at FBC
To the parents of young children, may we suggest…
Relax! God put the wiggle in children; don’t feel you have to suppress it in God’s house. All are
Sit toward the front where it is easier for your little ones to see and hear what is going on.
Quietly explain the parts of the service and encourage them to participate.