Children's Ministry

Pouring into the Next Generation

Raising the next generation to be disciples of Jesus Christ starts with love and learning. The Children’s Ministry at Hill Country Bible Church exists to partner with families in pointing little ones to Jesus and a gospel-centered life. We are dedicated to providing your child with a safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment where they can learn about Jesus on their level in relevant and creative ways.

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Sunday Meeting Information

Lakeline 8:30, 10:00, & 11:30 am
Steiner Ranch Nursery - 3rd Grade 9:30 & 11:00 am
4th & 5th Grade 9:30 am
Brushy Creek 9:30 & 11:00 am

Upcoming Events

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Family Worship Experience

10:00 am

Lakeline

Programs

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HCBC Kid's Choir

Kids learn and practice new worship songs as they prepare to lead other students and adults in worship!

Lakeline
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AWANA

Kids learn about Jesus and building strong friendships.

Lakeline
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Thriving with Kids

Sunday morning class for parents of small children.

Lakeline
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Blended Family Class

Discover how to create a healthy, godly blended family.

Lakeline
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Create a Rhythm

Parents can learn to incorporate daily spiritual development in their child's life.

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Discipleship Basics

The perfect next step for a child who has decided to follow Christ.

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Children's Baptism

Help your child understand the significance of baptism.

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Parent/Child Dedication

Commit to raising your child in a way that honors Christ.

Featured Story

Kim Haskins

Great Adventure

Two weeks before Back Yard Bible Club, my children and I found ourselves at the book store. As we looked around mindlessly, walking down the kids aisle, I found myself in the religion section. As I glanced around the section, not intending to ...

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