We offer Jr. Church for children in 1st through 5th grade on Sunday
mornings during our 11:15 a.m. worship service. The kids are dismissed to
go to Jr. Church following  the anthem except on the Sunday we observe
Communion (usually 1st Sunday of each month) at which time children
remain in the sanctuary with parents.   

There are activities for children 1st through 5th grade on Wednesday evening
from 6:20 – 7:30 p.m. Childcare is provided for children 5 years and under.

Sunday School is at 10 a.m.  The 1st thru 5th grade Sunday School class has
been divided into two classes. 1st and 2nd graders will meet in room nine
(Marketplace Room). The teachers will be Wendy Billups, Shirley Taylor,
Kendra Adkins, Byron Alfrey, and Tracy McKinney. The curriculum for this
class is called Prime Time by Gospel Light which includes exciting lessons
and creative ideas for building Bible skills. The 3rd thru 5th graders will meet
in room eleven. The teachers will be Debbie Sweeney, Judy Roebuck, Krista
Dailey, Jill Freeman, and Susie Stewart. Explore by Gospel Light is the
curriculum for this class. It offers kid-appealing learning activities, fun Bible
story comics, and discussion that connect Bible truth to everyday situations.

The AWANA program for children is held on Sunday evenings from 5:30 –
7:00 p.m. for those age 18 months (by August 31) through 5th grade. Each
evening we learn Bible verses, play really great games, have snacks, and
hear Bible stories. It is a great time for all that are involved. Come out
and join us.

The Wednesday evening children’s class is now underway. The 1st through
5th graders will be having Bible lessons, games, and those interested will
begin practicing for the Christmas program each Wednesday evening from
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. We will be having a separate class for those who are not
interested in participating in the Christmas program. We look forward to
seeing everyone on Wednesday nights.

All of our children’s programs (AWANA and Wednesday evening) will follow
the Milton Baptist Church schedule. If services are cancelled, the children’s
program will be cancelled also.Milton Baptist Church sponsers
Cub Scouts for boys 1st thru 5th grade on Monday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30
p.m. and Boy Scouts for boys 6th thru 12th grade on Tuesday evenings from
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.  If you have a child or know of a child that would like to join
the Scouts, they are welcome to come and join on the evening that their age
group meets.  
"My Favorite Place In Town"        
Written by Emma Taylor (9 YEARS OLD)

Do you have a favorite place in town? I do! My favorite place in town is Milton Baptist Church. It is amazing! I
am going to tell you how I feel when I go there, what it looks like, and what I hear. Here’s my church!

First I’m going to tell you how I feel when I walk in. You will feel happy mostly because you know you are going
to have a bunch of fun. It’s great. You also feel loved. Whenever you walk in the first person you see will say
“Hi!” Sometimes you feel encouraged. One time when I was getting ready for a play someone said to me “good
luck.” People are very loving.

Second, my church looks really big. That’s because it is! It is a huge, big brick building. When you walk in you
see a lot of people. They are very kind. You also see like a hundred black leather bibles. On the outside of the
sanctuary there’s a large cross on the roof. When you walk into the sanctuary you see long wooden pews. They
have blue padding. My church is very colorful.

Third, my church is filled with odd sounds. When you walk into the gym you hear kids talking and playing
foursquare. People are laughing and telling funny jokes. You hear people walking down the halls going to their
classes. You hear singing coming from the sanctuary. Sometimes the band plays. On Wednesday we have dinner
in the gym. You always hear clinking coming from the kitchen.

In conclusion, my church Milton Baptist is my favorite place in town. What’s your favorite place in town? I bet it’
s fantastic! You should come and visit on Sunday morning.