We believe that people grow best when they are connected through relationships with others. FBC offers different pathways to help you get connected here — by going on our BlinQ Tour, attending one of our Getting Started 101 classes, or by joining a small group or one of our life stage groups...just to name a few.
BlinQ Tour (a Brief Look Into your Next Question)
Have you ever felt lost on our campus? (Don’t worry, you aren’t the only one.) Maybe you’ve heard we have a Chapel, a commercial-grade kitchen, and a Main Street(?!).. but just where are they? Well we have just the solution for you and it’s called BlinQ!
So, what is BlinQ? It’s a bi-monthly tour of our campus given by our Campus Facilitator, Linda Stone, who will give you insight into just how much our facility is used, how it’s being used, and where all those nooks and crannies are! Secret Note: They even venture into the staff offices (which in itself is worth spending 30 minutes on a walking tour!).
Tours are given on the 1st and 3rd Sundays at 10:45am or by appointment. We meet by the Guest Services Kiosk just outside the Auditorium doors. Join us to see and hear about what God is doing at FBC.
Staff Contact: Linda Stone
firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 114
Membership Class (for new or regular attenders)
At FBC, we are committed to coming alongside anyone who wants to move forward in their relationship with God—and finding a local church you can call 'home' is a significant part of that journey. If you're interested in getting connected at FBC or getting involved in the life of this church, the Membership Class is your first step. Learn about our ministries, its history, beliefs, and values, and how to get involved.
Exploring membership? Learn the next steps to becoming a member of FBC, available through the second half of this class to anyone interested.
Sunday, February 22 | 12:30-3:30pm | Rm. A-1 | Sign up at Guest Services
Sunday, May 3 | 12:30-3:30pm | Rm. A-1 | Sign up at Guest Services
Staff Contact: Melissa Yocum
email@example.com or ext. 112
Baptism is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer’s identification with the death, burial and resurrection of the Savior Jesus Christ (Romans 6:3-5) through the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:18-20).
Have you been considering taking this next step and would like further information? Our Baptism Class will walk you through what it means to be baptized as well as give you insight into our Baptism Services on June 1.
Sunday, January 25
Sunday, April 17
Staff Contact: Karen Nowlan
firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 109