We have plenty for children and young people to get involved in!

 

Children’s work is very important here at High Barnet Baptist Church. We run groups and events aimed at various ages from pre-school right the way through to Sixth Form. We do all we can to help children on their personal spiritual journey as we believe that they are part of today’s church and tomorrow’s leaders.  We share, pray and have fun but take very seriously the responsibility to nurture the children temporarily in our care.

Daniel Robson oversees the Children and Youth work at High Barnet Baptist Church (also called HBBC Kids), and supports the leaders in each of our baby, toddler, children and youth groups.  He organises meetings for group leaders and works with the Elders to help this aspect of church life grow and expand.

If you would like to know more about the groups, please contact the church office Office@highbarnetbaptist.com or Daniel directly DanielR@highbarnetbaptist.com

 

Groups

All of our groups are run by gifted and talented leaders, all DBS cleared. To know more about the different age groups please select an option from the list…

 

Toddlers and Children (0-10s)

We have lots going on for toddlers and younger Children here at HBBC Kids including midweek and Sunday groups. All of our groups are run by gifted and talented leaders, all DBS cleared.

More Information Here . . .

 

Youth – (11-16s)

We have groups that meet midweek and Sunday for young people aged 10 to 18 including; IMPACT! which meets Friday evenings and Sunday mornings during the 10.45am service and is about giving young people the space to discover and develop their relationship with God.

More Information Here . . .

 

Documents

High Barnet Baptist Church take the safeguarding of under 18’s very seriously, here is a copy of our safeguarding policy. If you are a parent or carer who would like your child to be involved in any of our children or youth work then please download and complete our annual consent form, this will be needed before you child can become fully involved in our groups.

 

HBBC Safeguarding Policy 2011

Annual Consent and Medical Form | 2019-2020