FBC has a great fellowship dinner each Wednesday evening and wonderful opportunities for every age group to get involved! We hope you will join us and invite others to come with you! You are welcome to enter the church at the Third Street mezzanine entrance or the main entrance on the corner of 2nd and Daviess Streets.




TeamKID is designed for Kids in Discipleship! It features Bible memory games and application of Bible truths, engaging missions videos and activities, and fun activity-based learning while helping your kids grow to be more like Jesus.

  • 6:00PM
  • Ages 3-5 – Preschool Area
  • K-4 – Room 300



As preteens move toward their teenage years, the Bible can help refine their faith and prepare them to understand and interact with the world around them. Forged: Faith Refined is a curriculum designed to sharpen preteens’ worldview according to biblical principles. Low-tech sessions equip you to lead age-appropriate discussions on truth, identity, and relationships.

  • 6:00PM
  • 5th graders & their parents/guardians
  • Room 346




This Fall, we will teach through the book “Not A Fan,” asking the question: Are we a follower or a fan of Jesus?




Those Who Changed The World

Telling the stories of missionaries God has used to transform the world!

  • January 4 – February 15
  • 6:00 PM  |  Room 250

Throughout history, God has used amazing people for His purposes across the globe. The stories of these missionary lives are worth telling as we are often encouraged and compelled by them. This time together will be an opportunity for various members of FBC to highlight the story of a particular missionary, detailing how God used them and the impact their life had on those around them and beyond.

We will feature story nights on William Carey, Adoniram & Ann Judson, David Brainerd, Lottie Moon, Jim Elliot, Eric Liddell, and John & Betty Stam.

Jesus’s Final Week:

From Triumphal Entry to Empty Tomb

  • February 22 – March 29
  • 6pm | Room 250

This study will utilize Dr. William Cook’s book to lead us through a close examination of the last experiences of Jesus’s earthly life, including his entry into Jerusalem, cursing of the fig tree, and final Passover meal. Guided by Cook’s writing, we will study the key biblical passages carefully, evaluating their meaning and significance. The six sessions will lead participants right up to Holy Week with a greater depth of understanding of the majestic working of Jesus Christ as we all prepare to celebrate Easter.


Note: The REC is closed to the public on Wednesdays