The FBC Student Ministry is excited that we're finally back to our 6:30-8:00pm routine starting April 7th for all students! Instead of having to flip-flop 1-hour blocks, we can now accommodate everyone at The Underground for 90 minutes -- while still rotating main...
This Easter Sunday, Pastor Tyler shares God’s Word from 1 Peter 2:21-25 with his sermon titled “Submit Like Christ”.
Make plans to join us for our Easter Sunrise Service at 7:00am on April 4. We will have donuts and coffee/juice available afterwards. Invite a friend.
Join us on Friday, April 2 at 7:00pm for our annual Good Friday Service. The service of lights will include Scripture, singing, the Lord's Supper, and a time of meditating on the death of Christ. Childcare will be provided during this service for children 3 and under.
Pastor Tyler shares God’s Word from 1 Peter 2:11-20 with his sermon titled “Keep a Good Witness”.
Pastor Tyler shares God’s Word from 1 Peter 2:4-10 in his sermon titled “Stick to the Blueprint.”
We believe that the church should not be made up of a single, homogeneous group, but should be as diverse as the community in which it is located. In fact, we want to look as much like heaven as possible. That’s why we welcome and encourage people of any age or race, or from any walk of life, to visit with us. You’ll find both young and old gladly worshipping and serving the Lord side by side at Forest Baptist Church (FBC).
A Word from the Pastor
Ravi Zacharias wrote over 30 books. Some may sit on our shelves at home. Now that his scandalous sins have come to light, what do we do with his works? Keep them? Purge them? What is the wisest response? Christians will disagree on the answer to these questions. The...
January 22 is the National Sanctity of Human Life Day. (On this date, 1973, the Supreme Court legalized abortion-on-demand in all 50 states.) Churches around the U.S. use that day (and the Sunday prior) to celebrate God's gift of life, commemorate the many lives lost...
By now, you’ve probably seen the clip. If not, trust me, it’s odd. Last Sunday, the 117th Congress met for the first time in 2021. As is customary, an opening prayer was offered to mark the beginning of a new year and new session. With heads bowed across the room, a...