AWANA is an exciting Bible club designed to help kids learn more about God. Each week, children meet for fun games, activities, learn Bible verses and hear important truths about God. All kids 2 years - 6th grade are invited to join us every Sunday evening during school months at 5:45 p.m.


Kidstown is a challenging time of competition, puppets, special music, Bible drills, missionary stories, and of course, practical Bible preaching. The theme verse is Hebrews 11:10 which says: "For we look for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God."

Sunday School

In our Children's Sunday School Ministry, each child has a class tailored especially for him or her. Our teachers make the Bible come alive with lessons geared for the children's comprehension.

The mission of our Christian school is to love kids while challenging them academically in a Christian environment. Since 1973, ICA has been educating young people from a Christian worldview. 

From the energetic, nurturing preschool and elementary classrooms to the challenging, friendly classes of our secondary college preparatory high school, Indiana Christian Academy is fully-equipped and able to prepare your children for life.

Check out ICA's website to learn more.


Parents don't need to worry about their little ones at Grace Baptist Church. We provide parents with quality child-care for every service. The Tiny Baby Nursery is primarily for infants ages 0 to 14 months. Children ages 12 to 30 months will enjoy a Noah's Ark Playland. In addition to the Toddler I Nursery, on Sunday evenings, we provide a jungle-themed Toddler II nursery for children ages 2 and 3.


Vacation Bible School

VBS is an adventure in learning more about the Bible for hundreds of children. Each year our VBS has an exciting theme like "International Spy Academy," "Incrediworld Amazement Park," "Amazon Expedition"!

Games, dramas, songs, crafts, snacks, and Bible teaching crowd each night with a flurry of activity.


Bus Transportation

For many decades, faithful church members have boarded vans and buses to drive into inner-city Anderson and reach out to underprivileged kids in our community with the gospel and Christian love. Week in and week out bus captains visit these children and their parents on Saturday morning, and then come by the house Sunday with free transportation to church.

Bus captains often provide out of their own pockets free meals, trips and gifts to these families. But most importantly they bring the good news of Jesus Christ. The goal of this ministry is to see the entire family become long-term followers of Christ. Our church family has been excited to see parents attending Sunday morning worship services, seeking pastoral counsel and growing in Christ.