Our After School program is for children grades PreK thru 5th. We will pick your child up from school in the FBC van and bring them to the church. (Hubbard Elementary students will ride the Monroe County school bus to the church). Provided are:
We would like to invite you and your child to our Wednesday Night Family Program each Wednesday evening. Your child will enjoy a music class, dinner and Missions Class. If you choose to let your child participate, pick up is at 7:30 pm.
Monday - Friday
Pick up is 6:00 pm
Wednesday pick up is 5:30PM due to church Wednesday night activities.
Our calendar coincides with the Monroe County Board of Education.
Registration & Tuition
Registration is $50 per child
Tuition is as follows:
1st Child - $145 each month
$10 each day
(applies to occasional drop-ins only)
OPEN ENROLLMENT FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
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A Note From the Director
After School continues to be a successful part of the life of Forsyth First Baptist Church and I am happy to be a part of it. I have been a member of FBC for 30 years. I have an education degree and have taught high school and elementary school music. At FBC After School, our year is filled with many special activities and a lot of fun. Our first priority here is to love God’s children. Secondly, we provide a safe and secure Christian environment that allows our children to let out all that “school” energy! Homework time is also a top priority with individual help when needed.
First Baptist Church of Forsyth: Who We Are
We Are Baptist.
We believe that our Baptist heritage revolves around four fragile freedoms.
- Soul Freedom - We believe in the priesthood of all believers. Every person has equal access to God and equal responsibility to God. We believe that God has endowed each individual with different gifts and brings us together as a church body to express these gifts for His name’s sake.
- Bible Freedom - We believe in the authority of the Holy Scripture. The Bible is the place where we turn for all matters of faith and practice.
- Church Freedom - We believe in the autonomy of the local church. The authoritative body of this church is made up of all members. We believe that no church body should be ruled by or dictated to by any outside organization or agency.
- Religious Freedom - We believe in the separation of church and state. God has established the state to ensure the domestic and international security of her citizens. The church is God’s arm of redemption to the lost and hurting.
We support Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and The Southern Baptist Convention. In these volatile times, FBC Forsyth seeks to be a calming presence that does not polarize people due to their religious, social, or political beliefs.
We are a church that wants to be known by our love. Jesus said “Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” John 13:35 NLT. We are a church that embraces females in leadership. Both men and women can serve as deacons and be ordained ministers of the gospel fulfilling their calling and purpose for Christ.