We’ve all been “new” somewhere, sometime. It can it be an uneasy feeling. We look forward to welcoming you and helping you to feel at home.
What should I expect?
On a typical Sunday morning you will notice that we are a multi-generational community with opportunities for all ages. To make your visit easier, we have people who are part of our Welcome Team to greet you and answer any questions you may have. They are easy to find near the entrances into the main lobby.
Welcome Team members will be happy to point you in the right direction and help you get your kids to the right location. Following our services you are welcome to check out our Info Table located in the plaza.
What do I wear?
There is no dress code. You will find that people wear what is comfortable for them. Some prefer casual and some like to dress up a bit. Come as you like!
What is the service like?
Praise and worship are a vital part of our Sunday morning gathering. The words are projected to the front of the Worship Center so all can read or sing along. After a time of praise led by our worship band, a pastor teaches for about 30 minutes from God’s word. This preaching aims to be relevant, practical, and dynamic as it focuses us on Jesus and the good news of grace he offers.
Our services last between 60-70 minutes. After the service, if you have children, please pick them up. Enjoy some coffee in our plaza, visit our Info Table and meet some new people.
I have children. What is available for me?
We have a variety of children's classes and programs offered during both services that include a nursery for infants, Sunday school classes for ages 2 through 4th grade, and 56ers for 5th and 6th grades. Junior high and high school students are encouraged to join the 9 am worship service and then come to the youth group at 10:30 am. Of course, your children may also stay with you for the entire worship service. There is a cry room/nursing mothers' room located in the back of the sanctuary near the restrooms.
How do I get or stay connected?
We have regular newcomer events and member classes, and we encourage you to join a home group or other small group or ministry. To learn more, you can fill out a connect card and place it in one of the offering boxes along the back wall. You can also download the FBC app, which provides access to sermons and upcoming events and includes a contact form as well. You can also contact Meg Harper or any of the other staff. Finally, subscribing to the FBC eNews will give you access to our monthly newsletter.