Community Bible Study for Preschool/Nursery Ages

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The mission of the children's ministry at Community Bible Study, Statesboro Day program (CBS) is to help each child grow and develop physically, emotionally, mentally, socially and spiritually. While adult parent or guardian is attending the 2 1/2 hour weekly bible study on Wednesday mornings, preschool and nursery age children have their own "Baby CBS" program with age appropriate lessons emphasizing that God made everything that exists and that God wants each child to belong to His "Forever Family" through belief in Jesus Christ.
Team teaching in a small group setting allows children to participate actively through interest centers, craft projects, songs, games and lessons as CBS Childrens' Teachers engage them in learning using a 3 year, Christian, structured curriculum; reinforced weekly in parent take home sheets and crafts.
The local CBS leadership welcomes preschool age children and their parent/grandparent as long as there is space available in the adult program. A new session begins January 9 with adults continuing the study of the book of Luke. Please contact Martha at 489-0062 if you have questions about the Children's CBS Program.
Deuteronomy 11:18-21


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