UPDATED MAY 25, 2021


WORSHIP SERVICES

Our Worship Service on Sundays starts at 10 AM in the Worship Center. Our First Impressions Team welcomes members and guests at the Main Street doors, starting about 30 minutes prior to the service time. For those that are unable to make it in-person, we broadcast the service live on YouTube. That video will be available to watch at a later time, and all of our Worship Services and other ministry videos are archived here on our website. Click MEDIA in the drop-down menu to find that archive.

LIFE GROUPS
We have Life Groups on Sundays at 9 AM for all ages. Here's a list of classes and room assignments. Click HERE for a PDF campus map.

  • Senior Adults Coed (Gene Kemp): Room 110
  • Young Adults (Ryan Morgan): Old Fellowship Hall
  • Women of the Word 20+ (Karyn Jones): Room 50 downstairs
  • Tiger 1 Coed 60+ (Paul Francis): Room 155
  • Adult 5 Coed 50+ (Craig McRae): Room 157
  • Living Water Coed 30+ (Terrell Outlaw): Room 159
  • College & Young Adults (Tim Smith): Room 161
  • Sisters in Hope 40+ (Susan Akin): Room 183
  • Adult 3 Men 50+ (Tommy Newman): Room 185
  • The Net Coed 30+ (Steve Pigott/Jay Jones): New Fellowship Hall
  • Kids Life Groups (K-5): Kids Worship Area upstairs)
  • Students Life Groups (Grades 6-12): Youth Room upstairs
  • Babies Life Group: Room 104
  • Walking 1s & 2s: Room 102
  • 3s-5s: Room 130

MIDWEEK
Currently, we offer Online Midweek for our students in grades 6-12. Videos air on Wednesdays at 6 PM on Facebook and YouTube, and are archived on our website to watch at a later time. Although, this is targeted to a younger audience, this is a great Bible study resources for all ages. Kids in grades K-5 are invited to Summer Stops on Wednesdays starting on June 9. For the final four Wednesdays in June, and the final two Wednesdays in July, we will have games, activities, a lesson, and snacks for kids as they learn about Life on Mission. This is from 10 AM to Noon. No sign up is required. Meet at the FBC Gym.


SAFETY GUIDELINES

  • Although we longer require face masks to be worn, we still ask you to please be cautious and practice good hygiene by washing your hands and limit close contact.
  • We have hand sanitizer available throughout the church for you to use.
  • Face masks are still available near the entrances of the church if you choose to wear one.
  • If you have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 recently, such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc., we ask that you please stay home. We look forward to seeing you once you are well.