9:00 am – 11:30 am
We look forward to meeting you and your children.
9:00 am – 10:00 am
The mission of Faith Presbyterian’s children’s ministry is to welcome all children into the church family and help them feel safe and cared for, as a reflection of God’s love as they grow in their faith.
Children are made in God’s image; there’s nothing they could do to make God love them less. We want them to know Christ and empower them to spread His love to the Baytown community and beyond.
Our multi-age Sunday school helps young learners, ages 3-11, engage Scripture through Bible stories, crafts, and games.
Adult volunteers lead the class from 9-10 am every Sunday.
Youth – 6th to 12th Grade
9:00 am – 10:00 am
Faith Youth Ministries is a for youth 6th -12th grades. Currently, we offer a confirmation class for those in that age range seeking to grow their faith. Big God, Big Questions from the Presbyterian Church (USA) is the curriculum used which calls youth to make specific promises to God, ourselves and the church.
There are special event opportunities offered throughout the year such as conferences, Presbytery of New Covenant Conclaves held at Camp Cho Yeh, and summer mission trips. Sunday mornings, youth join Faith Kids to act as role models and leaders for younger children.
Adult Sunday School
At Faith Presbyterian, we understand that knowing about Jesus plays a vital role in truly knowing Jesus. We come together to worship Jesus, fellowship, and become better equipped in knowing and learning about God.
Sunday: 9:00 am – 10:00 am
The Sunday morning class consists of Bible study and Lectionary study.
Monday: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Monday evening class is via Zoom. It is the Christian Spiritual Investigations (CSI) class.
Confirmands are those who have been baptized either as a child and/or adult who answer the calling to make a personal and public profession of faith, accepting the love of God, the gift of salvation and declare to follow Jesus Christ as a faithful disciple in this covenant relationship, affirming to live out their faith as part of the church and to be Christ’s witness to the world. They are to be instructed in the faith, examined by the session, received as active members, and presented to the congregation in public worship.