Living Missionally

Missional living is defined as “joining God and giving ourselves away.” Here at FBC we are committed to reaching out to our community, our nation and the world as ambassadors of Jesus Christ, sharing not only the gospel message but demonstrating his heart of compasssion through tangible acts of service. 

Mission Announcements/Events

Homeless Ministry
We are collecting new or used blankets and sleeping bags and delivering them to the homeless in the greater Sacramento area. Please CLEAN any used items before dontating them. Collection barrels are in the atrium.

Love Inc's Church of the Week - February 15-20, 2016
This is a great opportunity for LifeGroups, families and individuals to serve together and bless needy families in the Sacramento area.  There are morning, afternoon and evening shifts. For more information and to signup, go to 

Short-Term Mission Trip to Ukraine
Interested in participating in a combined youth and adult mission trip to Ukraine this summer? Contact Cindy Lopez at

Short-Term Mission Best Practices Workshop - February 26-27, 2016
This 10 hour workshop is designed to train mission trip leaders in the best practices for mission teams. Whether you have led a team or might lead a team or just want to participate on a team, this training will WELL prepare you for future mission trips.  Please register through Karen Stoneburnerat  For more information, click here



J.C. and Us Ministries - Breakfast and Motorcycle Ride - First Saturday of each month
Breakfast at 9am at Mike's Diner and ride starts at 10am.

Contact: Rich Hardesty at

Mission Support - Dorcas Circle

1st Wednesday @ 9am in Rm. E-203
A Women’s Missionary Circle that does projects for missions agencies and outreach organizations both locally and internationally. A wonderful time of fellowship.

Staff Contact: Elenita Catindig or ext. 124

Mission Support - Priscilla Circle
2nd Monday @ 7pm in Rm. E-203
A Women’s Missionary Circle that does projects for missions agencies and outreach organizations both locally and internationally. It is also a time to learn new skills like quilt making.

Staff Contact: Elenita Catindig or ext. 124

Other Missional Opportunities:

Community Exchange Bulletin Board
Need a job or do you know of employment opportunities? Need a room or home to rent or do you have a room or home for rent? Are you in need of a room or home to rent or have a room or home to rent? We have a community exchange bulletin board, located across from the library.

This is a service provided to our congregation to exchange information and resources regarding housing (rooms and single family dwellings) as well as job needs and opportunities. FBC is providing this information as a resource and does not screen or endorse any individuals. Visit to download a form, or stop by the bulletin board to pick up a form.

Staff Volunteer Contact: Annette Kelly or ext. 340

FBC Assistance Program
Did you know we have an Assistance Program to help our FBC families during diffi cult times find community resources they need to maintain independence and dignity? This may include short-term fi nancial assistance, housing/shelter, fi nancial guidance, low-income referrals to utilities, etc.

Staff Volunteer Contact: Annette Kelly or ext. 340

Compassion in Action
Compassion in Action is a ministry where you get to touch a family in our church going through a crisis. Compassion in Action organizes a few meals just when people need to know they are not alone. What could be more rewarding than being the hands and feet of Jesus?! Hearts are warmed, tummies are fed and Jesus is seen when people reach out in this way. So if just once a month you could buy a meal, cook a meal, or help call people on the phone, this is a ministry for you!

Let your faith be put to action and your joy will abound.

Contact: Teddi Zachariou Rempp @ 952-3435

Helping Hands
This is a ministry to our church family. One Saturday a month we serve widows, the elderly, the physically challenged, single-moms, and ultimately anyone who needs a 'Helping Hand." We help out with handy-man type jobs such as installing ceiling fans/garbage disposals etc; repairing broken fence posts/sprinklers/light fixtures, appliances, etc; cleaning, painting, pruning, clearing rain gutters.  Labor is free but the homeowner pays for parts and supplies. To request service or to join the volunteer team, contact Roger Davis at