This page contains updates on FBC’s meetings, announcements, events, and ministries that have changed during this season. View the Registration page for more information about current service times and procedures and check here often to stay informed!
Our family was driving around looking at Christmas lights and listening to Q99. I wasn’t paying much attention to the radio until one of my kids asked a question. He said, “Dad! What are the kids saying in this song?” Everyone quieted down. I turned up the radio to...
This week, we had our Christmas Program featuring the church Adult Choir, Kid’s Choir, Praise Team, and a Bluegrass Special for you to enjoy!
Our annual Christmas offering for international missions work through the IMB has begun.
With our college students soon leaving and the Christmas season upon us, we will be having one combined worship service at 10AM for the Sundays of Dec 13, 20, 27, & Jan 3. Mark your calendars now.
The following article is an article by Matt Boswell from Gospel Coalition originally published December 20, 2018. Given its dual theme of joy and singing, I thought it was a perfect advent reading for our service and theme today. One of my favorite memories as a boy...
Pastor Tyler shares God’s Word from Isaiah 43:1-7 in this Sunday message for December 6.
The Beatles famously sang, “All you need is love. Love is all you need.” Theologically speaking, that is kind of true but also kind of not true. It ultimately depends on what we mean when we speak, or sing, of love. Love has been described in a million different ways....
If you haven’t heard it enough already, then let me say it again: 2020 has been a crazy, unprecedented year. And it’s still not over. Who knows what will happen in the final month? Hopefully, the worst is behind us. It’s precisely because of this year’s...
Pastor Tyler shares God’s Word from Isaiah 2:1-5 on November 29, the first Sunday of the Advent season.
Pastor Tyler shares God’s Word from Luke 17:11-18 in this Sunday message for November 22.
Pastor Tyler shares God’s Word from 2 Chronicles 20:1-30 in this Sunday message for November 15.
Pastor Tyler shares on the final sermon to the “Have You Heard the One About the Kingdom?” series. We learn that Jesus just has one question. Do you understand these things?