Weekday Education


The program, which meets from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, consists of 3K and 4K classes (3, 4, and 5 year olds).  Learn more


The program for 5 year olds meets from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, Monday thru Friday.  Learn more

Mother's Day Out

This program meets from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Monday through Friday. Infants and Toddlers may choose two of the five days of the week, and 2 year olds may attend up to five days a week. MDO for 3 year olds is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.  Learn more

Meet Mrs. Patti

We seek to provide daily opportunities for the children to grow in age appropriate developmental skills — physically, socially, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually.  Learn more


We would love to have your child join us as we learn and play and love! We see each child as unique and as an individual. Rather than being lost in the crowd,  we strive to create an atmosphere where your child is valued as God’s special creation. We are staffed with qualified, loving, Christian women and we provide a variety of age appropriate activities to encourage your child’s growth and development. We are open to families of all faiths and ethnic origins.

2017-2018 Registration

“Registration continues.  Please note spaces still available.  For more information, contact Patti Fowler at 706-731-5366 or at pfowler@fbcaugusta.org.

Several openings remain for:

K4 T/Th

Mothers Day Out: Babies M/F (9/16 – present birth date)

Registration fees are NON-REFUNDABLE unless you move out of the CSRA area and notify us by July 1.

Weekday Education Brochure

Click on the picture to download our Weekday Education Brochure. It provides basic information about our program and can easily be emailed to a friend.

To email: Save the PDF file to your computer and then attach the saved file to an email message (the attach feature is normally a paperclip icon).

Download Brochure

metro-augusta-parent-2The Weekday Education program was Metro Augusta Parent’s Pick for the area’s best preschool, stating, “Your children couldn’t be in better hands.” They continued by writing, “Metro Augusta Parent readers don’t easily trust their children to other people’s care, but there’s something about the reassuring face of Patti Fowler, minister of weekday education at First Baptist Church in Augusta, that lets parents know that their little one’s will be OK in her care.”