FBC's Fall Focus, The Nuts and Bolts of Loving Well, begins Sept. 30. During this 7-week series we will open our toolbox and unpack the nuts and bolts of loving well. To maximize our experience we will devote each Sunday morning to our theme. And to dive yet deeper, we are inviting individuals and home groups to take part in the Emotionally Healthy Relationships (EHR) course (either Sunday or Wednesday night). Join us for our Fall Focus.
FBC is having its next BAPTISM CELEBRATION on Sunday, November 11 after the second service. If you believe in Jesus but have never been baptized, wouldn't you agree that now is the time? Please RSVP on your Connect Card.
On Saturday, November 17. Attend the Thanksgiving Dinner as a friend to the guests! The GO Team is looking for 45 "ambassadors of hope" who want to attend this dinner simply for the purpose of befriending the international guests.
Join us for the next installment of the Jonathan Project Café on Sunday, December 2 at 10:30 am in the Fellowship Hall. With Alpha fast approaching, the topic couldn't be more timely: how to explain Christian belief in a skillful, thoughtful way under the headings of faith, hope and love. The presenter is Dr. Jeremy Lea. The Jonathan Project Café is a stimulating, interactive gathering in which we all sharpen our skills for living as ambassadors of hope. Want to add to the cafe-like vibe by bringing your favorite baked item?
If you want to learn more about FBC, including membership, then this is the class for you. The class will meet Sunday, December 2 at 11:45 am in the Fireside Room. In this class we’ll explore FBC’s beliefs, ministries, and membership. If interested, please fill out a Connect Card and place in an offering box.
Serve the poor in Jesus' name by signing up to help with our Winter Shelter-For two weeks this winter (December 16-22 and January 6-12, 2019), FBC (led by Pat Bailey, John Bernard, Bob Ganyo, Aaron Garrett, Jay Kotler and Mike Lindberg) will be providing food and shelter to people in our community in desperate need of both. To join in this great work that King Jesus loves (providing food; providing transportation; spending the night) please drop by the IRWS table in the Courtyard. IRWS leader Jay Kotler would love to help you sign up.