A Church for Families
Mums & Tots
Mums & Tots meet in the church hall on Wednesday mornings during term time and is a place for mums, dads and carers to bring their little ones (birth to pre-school age).
It is a relaxed atmosphere where the kids can play and have fun, whilst the parents can relax (in theory), and have a good chat. We love Jesus and want to share that love with the parents and children in our community.
MBC provide a crèche facility for young children who’s parents are attending our Lord’s Day morning service. We feel this provision takes away some of the stress of bringing young children to Church & enables parents to be fully engaged in our morning service.
Our crèche is for children aged from birth to nursery school age (0-3).
Wonder Kidz uses a programme of activities to minister to 4-7 year olds teaching them the timeless truths of scripture in a safe and child friendly environment.
Wonder Kidz is held in the upper room during the Sunday morning sermon and the Lord’s table.
10:00 – 10:45 each Sunday during the academic year. in The Sports Hall, MBC, Clarehill Road, Moira.
It is for all children aged 3 – 11. There is no requirement for parents to be members of our church or attend our services.
Secondary school aged children are welcome at our Bible Class.
Secondary school aged children are welcome at our Bible Class. We meet at the same time as Sunday School.
There is no requirement for parents to be members of our church or attend our services.
We invite all children from Year 1 to Year 7 to join us every other Friday evening in Moira Baptist Church. Fun, games, craft, quizzes, stories, prizes and lots of other surprises throughout the year. With an interactive zone, jewellery and craft sessions
The Source is a time for those aged 12-18 to meet on a Sunday evening for teaching and fellowship. This year we have started to meet fortnightly in homegroups which has been a great time of fellowship. Source begins at 8pm and finishes at 9:30pm.
Moira Baptist Church regards child protection and good working practice as a priority. In the interests of the safety and well being of all children and young people, it operates a formal safeguarding policy.