AWANA & Youth

Awana Club for Kids



Wednesday's from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. during the school year ( AWANA is not active during the summer.)

AWANA helps the church and parents worldwide to raise children and youth to know, love and serve Christ! Kids represent the greatest opportunity to make a long-term impact on our world for Christ. Awana establishes welcoming, supportive environments where kids, from every background and cultural setting, learn how a personal relationship with Christ affects their everyday lives. This is a fun and effective program for all the kids in the community, starting at age 3 and going through Middle school.

For more information about the AWANA program visit:

FBC Rogersville Club Director:  Mike Morris
For more information:  Contact the church at 417-753-2926

In case of inclement weather or holidays:  If Rogersville Schools are cancelled or dismissed early due to inclement weather, so are all Church activities on those days.


Children’s Ministry

Jesus said "Let the little children come to me." One of First Baptist Church's primary goals is to lead children to Jesus. 

Children's Church (Worship Kid style): 11:15 a.m. (K - 5th grade, Children to main sanctuary at 10:45 a.m. with parents for music service, then to Children's Church after music service concludes) 


Youth Ministry

We believe our youth are not just the church of tomorrow but the church of today! Our youth group is for middle school and high school students and meets every Wednesday from 6:00 to 8 PM. For more information about other activities, see the calendar.

Sundays Morning Bible Study: 9:45 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Discipleship: 6:00-8:00 p.m. 

At FBC Rogersville, our Youth Ministry is rooted in in our mission statement: "To know Him and to make Him known." Knowing Christ requires discipleship. We strive to make the Savior known to our students through careful study of Scripture. But we want to make sure that our young people have not merely heard the Gospel in a way that is understandable but are also able to articulate it effectively too. So, we equip our youth to be both disciples and disciple-makers.

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