Walking Together…

Although we may be experiencing a season of isolation and “social distancing,” it doesn’t mean we can’t still “walk together.” 
Join us on our continuing journey through the book of Ephesians as we learn how to “Walk Together” during these challenging and uncertain times. 

Watch our Sunday Worship Service Livestream

Our Sunday morning worship service is streamed every week on the platforms below.
The stream starts at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday.
Click the icon below to select which platform you would like to watch the service on. Most people prefer the Facebook Live option, but if you have problems viewing the service on Facebook, you may also find it streaming below on our website or on YouTube using the link below.


Video Player for Live Stream

FBC@Home is a special home-based discipleship focus that will provide resources for you and your family to experience spiritual growth and to come to understand the importance of not just “going to church” – but what it actually means to “be the church.”

FBC@Home encourages Family Meals, Spiritual Conversations, and Faith Formation.

You can drop by the church and go to the covered pull-through near the fellowship hall to pick up your FBC@Home Resources! More items will updated regularly… so keep an eye on our FBC Facebook page and get ready for the FBC@Home journey!
“Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works.” Hebrews 10:24 NLT

LOVE DOES… is a reminder that we can show our love for God in some very unique ways as we experience these many interruptions in our lives.

Obviously, God does not want us to do “business as usual” and the church has an opportunity to see the world through a new lens of love and ministry.

We will provide some ministry ideas to address needs within our community like the one below for Senior Adult Blessing Bags. We also will encourage families to identify their own creative ideas of what LOVE DOES… We encourage you to share these ideas on the FBC Facebook page as we think of ways to encourage one another “to acts of love and good works.”

Remember what we have already learned in Ephesians 2:10… “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them.”