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Children's Ministry and infant nursery is provided while mom, grandmother, aunt, big sister attend adult Community Bible Study classes Wednesday mornings from September through April, 2013-2014. Go to the new website: to learn more.
The Community Bible Study (CBS)Children's Ministry in Statesboro provides age-appropriate biblical instruction for children through K age. This is a bible study for children where they grow and develop spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically and socially while being taught about Jesus and His love. The program also seeks to encourage and assist parents in their spiritual leadership as they bring their children up "in the discipline and instruction of the Lord" Ephesians 6:4. Visit to learn more about this international program, brought to Statesboro eight years ago and meeting at local church facilities. Contact Martha at 489-0062 if you want to attend adult Wednesday morning program and bring a child to the preschool program for the 2013-2014 year to see if there are spaces open in an age group.

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