Our Communities of 20-30 adults meet for 75 minutes Sunday mornings placing emphasis on two areas of the Christian life.
The first emphasis is walking in obedience to the One Another’s:
Praying for one another, serving one another, caring for one another, fellowshipping with one another, etc.
The second emphasis is walking in obedience to “Go into all the world.” Community groups plan outreach strategies to reach the lost or unchurched as a team encouraging people to Come and See what God is doing in and through us at FBC.
SUNDAYS - 8:30 a.m.
J.O.Y.: This fellowship of senior ladies enjoys time together and the study of God’s Word. They are active in each other’s lives and in the community. (Study Source: Explore the Bible)
J.O.Y. meets in Room 143
Truth-Seekers - Small Group: This co-ed group uses a round-table discussion format to encourage participants to delve into the Word of God each week, discovering for themselves the truth that transforms.
J.O.Y. meets in Room 216
SUNDAYS - 9:30 a.m.
God Chasers: Discussions in this co-ed group can get lively and challenging, but they are always enjoyable and handled in love. You will leave class amazed at what you’ve learned.
(Study Source: Explore the Bible)
God Chasers meet in Room 203
Converge: This group is the perfect place for singles 18-25 to be challenged during this vital stage of life to not only grow in faith but in life mission as well.
Converge meets in Room 219
L.O.L.: This is an Adult Bible Fellowship for young marrieds, singles, parents, or not, who are putting down roots. They love to have fun and fellowship, and also enjoy digging into God’s Word and applying it to their lives.
L.O.L. meets in Room 209
Bridge Builders: The focus of Bridge Builders is threefold: growing spiritually through the understanding and application of God’s Word, joining together in fellowship to celebrate Christ, and reaching out to those seeking a closer relationship with God. Building bridges to Christ—come and see!
Bridge Builders meets in Room 215
Family University: If you’re a parent, you know having children brings a new level of challenges to life. From parenting struggles to loving our spouses, we need direction from God’s Word on how to please Him and display His likeness. It’s important to have a group of like-minded believers supporting you.
Family University meets in Room 209
Change: Pastor John’s sermons serve as the basis for discussion and sharing in this group. Members apply lessons to their lives, achieving change through the power of the Holy Spirit. This is a safe place for you to be completely transparent with people who have been where you are and desire to build you up in love.
Change meets in Room 213
Truth Seekers - Community Group: This co-ed group uses a round-table discussion format to encourage participants to delve into the Word of God each week, discovering the truth that transforms. Caring and community are second nature to them. You will feel welcome in this group!
Truth Seekers meets in Room 216
SUNDAYS - 11:00 a.m.
Anchor: Participants contribute to the reading of scripture and to group discussion. Laughter and encouragement are a big part of this group. You will leave blessed and anchored in the Word. (Study Source: Explore the Bible)
Anchor Class meets in Room 206
Adult Bible Fellowship 1: Adult Bible Fellowships are more than a class. This co-ed, mixed age group practices the “one another” commands of Christ: greet, be devoted to, honor, pray for, admonish, serve, encourage, and love one another. Participants learn, understand, and discuss Solid Biblical teaching.
ABF 1 meets in Room 208
Ruth: If you enjoy learning with ladies of a variety of ages and life experiences, join the women of faith in this group. Their hearts are linked in love; they are led by the Spirit; and, they are on a quest to learn, live, and care as Jesus cares. (Study Source: Explore the Bible)
Ruth meets in Room 207
His Servants: In this lecture-style class the leader’s careful handling of the Word will stir you to take notes and follow up during the week with your own study. (Study Source: Explore the Bible)
His Servants meets in Room 141
TUESDAYS - 1:00 p.m.
Xtra Years of Zest: Do medical conditions make it difficult for you to attend Community Groups? Don’t let circumstances limit you. Also, if you suffer Dementia, Alzheimer’s, or Parkinsons, you will find this a delightful place for you. Join us Tuesday afternoons for refreshing fellowship, devotional lessons, and good discussion.
Traditional Service – 9:30 AM
Contemporary Service – 11:00 AM