B-Kids is the children’s ministry of Bethany Church. Our vision is to provide a safe, fun atmosphere where solid Biblical truths are presented and children can experience the love and freedom found through a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ.

B-Kids services consist of a high-energy corporate service followed by B-Groups. In the small-group setting, children can connect with others their own age to discuss and learn how to apply the truths taught in the B-Kids service.


Our goal is to partner with you as a parent in the spiritual development of your child. Below you will find answers to several frequently asked questions, and you are always welcome to visit a B-Kids service or to become a B-Kids volunteer.

B-Kids FAQ

Q: When are the B-Kids services held?
B-Kids services are held at Baker, Livingston, Mid City, and South Baton Rouge campuses during the main adult services.

Q: What will my child experience when they attend B-Kids?
We believe in giving children great small group and large group experiences in B-Kids. The first part of our services consist of games, praise and lesson introductions followed by a powerful B-Group experience. Once the B-Group time is complete, children return to the large group where an offering, praise and worship, and an interactive Bible lesson take place.

Q: What should my child bring when attending B-Kids?
We encourage each child to bring their Bible, offering, and a friend!

Q: My children are different ages. Can they stay together during B-Groups?
Each small group is age-specific, so we strongly encourage parents to allow their kids to attend their respective age-appropriate groups.

Q: What grades can attend B-Kids?
B-Kids is for children in kindergarten through grade 5.

Q: Will it take a long time to check my child into B-Kids?
Check-in is quick, safe, and easy. We have several self-check in kiosks available for you to use. We also have highly-trained volunteers to assist you if you need help.

Q: What time should my child arrive for the service?
B-Kids opens 30 minutes before the adult service begins. We encourage parents to have their kids checked in before the start of service.