childrenCore Values

Modeling Christ for children through caring, involved adult and youth participants

Connecting children’s everyday lives to the biblical story and life of the congregation through intentional teaching and discipleship and opportunities to encounter God

Encouraging children to bring the fullness of their creativity, imaginations and questions before God in prayer, encounters with scripture, worship, and service

Inviting children to use their gifts and abilities as full members of the faith community

Supporting families in their role as children’s primary faith shapers

Integrating children into the entire community, including Worship (space, content, rituals, symbols), education, and ministry.


Sunday Mornings

9:15 to 9:45 – Handbells for all ages of Children and Youth, meet in the Choir Room

9:45 to 10:15 – Children’s Choir, meet in the Chapel

10:15 – 10:45 – Sunday School Classes

Sunday School

Nursery for ages birth to 3 years old meet in Williams Hall, room #103.  They are exploring simple Bible Stories through the use of visuals and song.

Preschool for ages 3 to 5 years old meet in Williams Hall, room #102.  They are using the Shine curriculum to explore the Bible.

Children for grades K to 5th grade meet in Williams Hall, room #203. They are using this time to explore the different elements of our Vision Statement, incorporating elements of service, discipleship, worship, and building relationships.

Nursery Care during Worship

During worship children (birth through preschool) meet in classrooms located on the first floor of Williams Hall. Each room is equipped with toys and activities planned for that age group.  Each parent is given a pager just in case we need to reach you during services.

Children in Worship

Here at Freemason Street we seek to integrate children into our worship services in ways that are beneficial and nurturing to our children and our entire faith community.

One way we integrate children into our Sunday morning worship is through Children’s sermons.   After the Children’s Sermon, the children are led to our chapel where they participate in a time of Children’s Worship.  Children’s Worship provides an opportunity for children to encounter the scriptures in a worshipful manner on their unique developmental level.


Children & Youth
Protection Policy

Youth & Child Protection Policy Final 2012


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As well as the wonder of meeting the church family, one of the perks of being in the first months as "new" to Freemason Street is the journey of discovery while learning the history of the church. This copy of an old newspaper article has both history and whimsy at work and made me smile. Our past was colorful. God's future for Freemason Street will push us toward adventures of the spiritual kind, yet to be lived into, and to the glory of God. -bg

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FSBC News - May 23

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To seek to transform lives by worshiping God building relationships developing disciples and serving our neighbors

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