Children’s Ministry

It’s Fun & Fabulous

We invite you to bring your children and

visit us at our various Real Kid’s activities.

Professionally-Staffed Nursery Provided

NBCC has a professionally-staffed Nursery on Sundays during our 9:30 Sunday School and 10:30 Service. The Nursery is also professionally-staffed on Wednesday nights during our 7 p.m. programming. We could use Nursery Helpers during our Sunday morning Sunday School and Service (see times above). Please email Michael Sieja if you can help.

Sunday Activities

Sunday School Classes for all at 9:30

  • Room 104 – Nursery
  • Room 107 – 1st-5th Grade using Orange 252Kids curriculum

10:30 Service:

During the 10:30 time, the “Real Kids” classes are:

  • Room 103 – 4-5 year olds,
  • Room 104 – Nursery,
  • Room 105 – 2-3 year olds,
  • Room 107 – 1st-5th Grade.

Wednesday Night Activities (on break till August 23)

Bible Study Classes

  • Real Kids for 1st-5th grade (Room 107)
  • Real Kids for 4 & 5 year olds (Room 103)
  • Nursery provided for infants-age 3 (Room 104)

Social Media

Follow us on Instagram @Real_kidsnbcc & on Facebook @Real Kids Ministry.

“Real Kids” Option

This is an opportunity for your child to learn about the Bible, Jesus, and church in a safe environment with other children. The activities and lessons are appropriate to teach children all about the Christian faith while you continue your worship with other adults. We ask that you take your child (grades 1-5) directly to their worship in Room 107 in the Education Building at 10:30. Following the service, you pick up your children in Room 107. There are also classes for those younger than 1st grade. These are:

  • Room 103 – 4-5 year olds,
  • Room 104 – Nursery.

Volunteers Needed

Our children’s program is growing and we need helpers! We need people to help sign in students, to teach, to be teacher’s helpers, and to be a “buddy” for special needs children. These are needed during 9:30 Sunday School and Real Kids at 10:30. We value our volunteers and appreciate their dedication to the children and youth as supportive helpers, role models, and spiritual leaders. Please email Michael Sieja for more information.