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Children & Youth

At Evanston Bible Fellowship, we provide a safe and engaging place for your children and teens to be cared for and engaged with on Sundays.

Nursery & Children's Church

Sunday Mornings, for Newborns through Kindergarteners

Our nursery is available for babies, from newborns up to 24 months, during our Sunday service.

Children's Church classes are available for two-year-olds through kindergarteners. Children's Church brings kids together to learn about God and impart a God-centered worldview. Our hope is to display God as the hero of every story and introduce children to the Gospel. Our class for first through fifth graders will return this fall.

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Youth - "DoX"

Sunday Nights, for Junior & Senior High Students

Junior and senior high students (sixth through twelfth grade) are invited to join DoX, EBF's youth group. Students will gain an opportunity to encourage one another to become more like Jesus through community, as well as learn more from volunteers and group leaders. DoX meets on Sunday nights at rotating locations.

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Wednesday Nights

We also partner with Winnetka Bible Church to offer Awana. Awana is a national organization that helps churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus.

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Our Volunteers for Children and Youth

Children are taught by compassionate teachers and leaders.

At Evanston Bible Fellowship, we want to empower one another to cultivate Gospel transformation, and that's our goal for our children and youth ministries as well: we want to encourage children and youth to grow in their understanding of the Gospel and to do so in a community with other believers, friends, and volunteers.

We provide a safe and engaging environment for our children and youth. All of our staff and volunteers have passed through an application process and have been trained to care for your children and ensure their safety.

Learn how you can invest in the next generation.

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