What will our restart look like in the Student Ministry? 

It is our goal to resume our Sunday School and Wednesday Night Live offerings beginning November 1st with similar guidelines to those in the Public School system.

Sunday School:

     Please register by emailing Clint (clint@firstbaptistcamden.org) or calling the church office if your student plans to attend on November 1st.  All students, 6th-12th grade, should enter through the Welcome Center. Masks are requested, your temperature will be taken, and hand sanitizer will be available. Students will proceed into the West Building and upstairs to the Student Department. There will not be an opening assembly—students should report directly to their classes. There will be adults and students to assist finding the correct class. Masks are requested during Sunday School unless social distancing is attainable.

Wednesday Night Live:

     All students, 6th-12th grade, should enter through the Welcome Center. Masks are requested, your temperature will be taken, and hand sanitizer will be available. Students will proceed into the West Building and upstairs to the Youth Room. It is our goal to space chairs to attain proper social distancing. If this is unattainable then we will request that students leave their masks on during Wednesday Night Live. 

     This year has definitely presented its challenges, but we look forward to coming back together and coming alongside parents to disciple students to be more like Jesus. In this day and time, this will require flexibility and grace. Let’s be sure we offer a heavy dose of both. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.   Clint


  • Cola Wars

    It's time to get those registrations in for Cola Wars! You know how it goes, If we get to 150, we will release the first team.

    This is for students who have finished the 6th grade through 2020 graduates. That's right! If you graduated last year and missed out on your last year of Cola Wars, you get to compete this year. Be sure to register online: tinyurl.com/colawars21

    This is for ALL students. Not just Kershaw County.

    July 26-28 - 6-10pm - Camden High School - One Time Fee of $10 at the Door - Includes activities, a free t-shirt and a meal each evening

    What is Cola Wars? Cola Wars is a Christ-exalting, high energy, fun experience for all middle and high school students who have completed the 6th grade - 12th grade. Students are divided into two cola themed teams and engage each night in thrilling, field-type activities; such as Big Ball Volleyball, Cola Chug, Tug of War and Cola Toss. Each evening is also filled with dynamic speakers and worship.

  • High School Mission Trip

    (Generate Serve)

    July 19-23

    UNC, Asheville

Set Apart Student Ministry

Our student ministry is built around three key terms, Come, Grow and Go.

We encourage our students to come and invite their

friends to come to any and all of our gatherings.

Sunday School

Students meet in our youth room at 9:30 am for a group gathering and continental breakfast. At 9:45 am they split into grade appropriate classes

and engage in a time of bible study.

Wednesday Night Live (WNL) 

We will not have WNL during the summer, but follow us on

Facebook and Instagram for scheduled activities throughout the summer!

Every Wednesday 6:15 - 7:30 pm

(except during the summer months)

Wednesday evenings at 6:15 pm students gather together (middle and high school) for a time of games, activities, prizes, worship and and a challenging lesson from God's Word. This is a great time for them to fellowship together and grow as a group. WNL typically runs till 7:30 pm.

Discipleship Groups

On Sunday evenings during the spring and fall we offer a time for our students to grow during our discipleship time (Sundays 5:00 - 6:30 pm). In small groups we study and discuss how to grow in our relationship with the Lord and with each other.

We regularly have opportunities for our students to go and

serve in our community and beyond. 

Whether it be our regularly scheduled activities, fun local trips or a

small mission project in the community,

it is our desire that students come, grow and go with us!


Parents, do you ever feel like sometimes you are alone in the struggles you are facing with your student(s)? If only children came with an instruction manual! I would like to share some resources that may be of assistance to you as a parent. I have recently uploaded these to our FBC Camden Set Apart Facebook page, but you will also be able to find them on the “Youth” page on our website (click on the Ministries tab and select “Youth”). We believe that you are the primary discipler in the life of your student and it is our goal to come along side of you as you seek to raise your children in the “training and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4). You will find resources like “Difficult Teen,” “Intentional Parenting,” “Leading your Child to Christ,” “Preparing for Adolescence,” and “Parenting Students – Technology.” Let me also recommend another source: The Parent Cue. The Parent Cue (theparentcue.org) has a vast collection of articles on various topics; Special Needs, School Life, Family Life, Character & Values, Technology, Faith, etc. I pray that these resources will be useful to you and your family.

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