Lakeshore Baptist Church

in Grand Haven

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Younger Children - Our Children's ministries programs are thoughtfully introducing them to building a relationship with God.
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Children’s Church, Sunday School Classes and Infant Nursery

We are especially blessed with lots of younger children. Our nurseries, children’s churches, and Sunday School classes are near capacity most Sundays. We take kids very seriously here. We don’t merely provide baby-sitting services for parents; we are carefully introducing them to the great stories of the Bible, and especially the person of Jesus. They are amazingly quick to learn songs, and they love to sing—so we give them lots of opportunities to do that.

We offer superb children’s ministries through these programs and venues: Children’s Church during the Sunday morning worship service followed by Sunday School classes–keeping the kids well cared for from 9:30 until noon.

On Wednesday evenings at 6:45 pm during the school year we offer AWANA club gatherings and during the summer months, Patch The Pirate Clubs.

We offer children’s camps and other events to keep the kids excited: The AWANA Olympics—which is an area-wide competition for elementary age kids. We also sponsor an annual AWANA Grand Prix, which is a chance for kids to make their own scale race cars and compete for prizes. And finally, there is our annual summer Vacation Bible School.

Our infants and toddlers are well cared for with our nursery services: Visit our nurseries and you will find them well-equipped, well-staffed, and well-supervised—and available during all regular services. There is no need for any mom to worry when she leaves her infant in our capable hands.

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