We have Children’s Church every Sunday after Praise & Wordship

At Blanco Cowboy Church, we believe in nurturing the spiritual growth of our children from a young age. Our Children’s Church is a vibrant and engaging space where our little ones learn about the teachings of Jesus Christ in a fun, interactive, and age-appropriate way.

Our aim is to lay a strong spiritual foundation in the hearts of our children, so they grow up to be disciples of Christ, spreading His love and teachings to as many people as possible.

A Great Place to Learn and Grow

Our Children’s Church is more than just a Sunday school. It’s a safe haven where children can explore their faith, ask questions, and develop a deep, personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We strive to create an environment that fosters curiosity, empathy, and a love for God and His teachings.

Our Approach

We follow a hands-on approach to teaching, where the children are encouraged to participate actively. Our lessons are designed to be engaging and thought-provoking, sparking a genuine interest in the children’s minds about the Word of God.

Our Activities

  • Bible Story Time: We narrate stories from the Bible in a way that is easy for the children to understand and relate to.
  • Interactive Learning: We use interactive activities like role-plays, crafts, and games to reinforce the teachings of the Bible.
  • Prayer Time: We teach children the importance of prayer and provide them the opportunity to pray individually and as a group.
  • Music and Worship: Our sessions are filled with joyful songs of worship that the children love to sing along to.

“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

– Proverbs 22:6

We welcome all children to join us in our journey of faith. Our Children’s Church is open to all kids aged 4 through 12. Let’s grow in Christ together!

Rosanna Strowd

830-833-1596

The spiritual education of our children is a privilege, and I am honored to bring God’s Word alive in their lives. Observing their faith in Christ grow and hearing of their commitment to Christ brings me great pleasure. As we go about our Fathers business, we must remember the planting of godliness in our next generation is imperative to our homes, our church, our nation, and our world.