At First Baptist, we are committed to following Jesus' example by welcoming children into our church family. During a child's infancy we covenant with parents to be partners with them in nurturing their child and in helping the child grow to know and love Jesus as friend, Savior, and Lord. Our varied programs for children are directed toward that end.

"People were bringing even infants to [Jesus] that he might touch them; and when the disciples saw it, they sternly ordered them not to do it. But Jesus called for them and said, 'Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of God belongs.'" Luke 18:15-16

Ministry Survey
Please take a few minutes to complete an online survey as we celebrate the good things happening and hear what you would like to see more of in our ministry to children. With the information you provide, we will be better equipped to walk alongside of your family as we care for them now and in the years to come. Your feedback is invaluable to us. 

Click here to TAKE THE SURVEY!

Stay Connected: Sign up for "Remind" Messaging via Text or Email "Remind"ers
Sign up to receive text or email reminders of events, opportunities, missions, and all that is happening for children at FBC.
To receive messages via Text:  send a text to 336-542-2227 | with a message @fbcgsokids
To receive messages via Email: send a blank email to

Stay Connected: Join the "First Baptist Church Greensboro Children" Facebook page
Families of children and those working with our children are invited to join our private Facebook group for the Children's Ministry.  We will post updates, events and what's happening and you can share with the group too - see you on Facebook!


I am delighted to be joining you at First Baptist Church! Ministering to children and their families is what I am passionate about and I am grateful for the opportunity to do so with you.staff-Ashley Gill Harrington

I felt called to ministry as a young teenager, and while in college I was given the opportunity to work in my home church. During that time, I saw in children’s ministry the intersection of my calling, my giftedness, and my passions. From there my call has continued to evolve, yet children and families have remained at the center. I love the energy and honesty that children bring to discovering faith, and I enjoy resourcing parents and caregivers with tools to bring the heart of faith development into their homes where they live each day.

During this time of interim, I hope to be a loving caregiver to help bridge the gap between the legacy of what was and the hope of what will be for the children and families of First Baptist Church. Though I know this is for a season, I look forward to the good days ahead as we work to welcome and nurture First Baptist’s youngest and treasured members.