New Believer Class
This class is designed for kindergarten through second-grade children who have recently trusted in Jesus Christ as Savior. We will teach them the fundamentals of our faith—what it means to know God, to love God, and to serve God. We also teach that Christian living is something they can practice, even at their young age. Once your child is in third grade, he or she is ready for the Elementary Baptism class.
It is required that at least one parent be present at each class so parents can learn along with their children and assist with homework and memorization that will build a solid foundation for their child's walk with Christ.
It is important to know your child will not be baptized after this class. This is the first step. Once they reach third grade, they may take the baptism class and be baptized.
Steps to Enrolling Your Child
Talk to your child.
If your child has trusted Christ as his or her Savior, talk to him or her about taking this class.
Choose a set of class dates:
The next session:
Sundays, January 28 and February 4 from 9:15 to 10:30 a.m. (during our first service).
Classes will be held in room B206.
At least one parent must attend both class dates with their child.
Children will have the opportunity to witness a baptism ceremony on Sunday, January 30 at 1:15 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room.
Because space for this class is limited, registration is required.
Register before the class begins.
If you are interested in being put on a list to be notified when the class has been scheduled and registration is available, please send an e-mail to or ChristineCStonebriar.org call 469-252-5210.
*Reminder: at least one parent must attend each class with their child.
Questions About Class?
If you have more questions about the New Believer Class, call Children's Ministries at 469-252-5210 or e-mail us.
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