Wednesdays

Please note that some Wednesday activities do not meet during the summer break.

Wednesday Night Activities Are Back at FBC! 
They will last seven weeks April 14 – May 26. We hope that you will make plans to join us for these wonderful opportunities at FBC!

The Bible studies & activities will begin at 6:00PM. The preschool, children, and youth will have activities and there will also be two study options for adults. K-5 will be using the 7 weeks to study the book of Romans and deepen their understanding of the gospel. There will be a ladies study (Finding I AM) led by Leigha Taylor. There will also be an Open Bible Study (Lamentations: Crying Out with Hope) led by Wesley Dunn.

We hope that you will make plans to join us for these wonderful opportunities at FBC!

 


11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Noon Prayer – With Paul

Begins May 19th. Bring your own lunch.

 

 

 


5:00 PM

Family Meal

From 5-6:00PM, there will be a meal. We will have a different approach to the meals than usual. We will be mixing it up with ordering out, hosting food trucks, and grilling on site!

Individual – $5  |  Children 12 and Under – $1  |  Family – $12

  • April 14th – Pizza
  • April 21st – Chick-fil-A
  • April 28th – Real Hacienda (Food Truck – Restaurant pricing apply for this event)
  • May 5th – Grilling
  • May 12th  – Cluck ‘n’ Oink
  • May 19th – Chick-fil-A
  • May 28th – Pizza

This will require you and your family to order your meals by Tuesday of that week.

Order Your Wednesday Meals Here!

 


Evening Events

Ladies Bible Study:Finding I Am: See How Jesus Fully Satisfies The Cry Of Your Heart

What is the deep cry of your heart? That ache in your soul that keeps you up at night? The prayer you keep repeating? Jesus not only cares about this deep, spiritual wrestling, but He also wants to step in and see you through it.

Join Lysa TerKeurst on the streets of Israel to explore the seven I AM statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. Through this interactive, in-depth study, you will learn to:

Trade feelings of emptiness and depletion for a more personal fulfillment from knowing who Jesus is.
Stop living like a slave to your circumstances by training your heart to embrace the life-giving freedom God wants for you.
Gain a better understanding of how Jesus’ words 2,000 years ago are so very applicable to the answers we are searching for today.
This study will be facilitated by Leigha Taylor and will meet at 6pm in FBC’s choir room (230). 


Open Bible Study
Lamentations: Crying Out with Hope

“Unlike made-for-TV movies, real life rarely resolves itself cleanly. The paper-thin veneer of ‘a perfect Christian life’ is a modern invention crafted with the tools of Western consumerism. The idyllic life, untouched by pain, is simply not in the Bible or in the long history of the church. That’s good news. The incongruence we find in our lives is what God knows. After all, it is only comforting that God is with us if we are in fact walking the valley of the shadow of death.” -Stephen Smith | Why do God’s people lament? How do God’s people lament? Do I even know how to lament? And if I lament, how can I do it with hope in the ever-faithful God? Join us for this study on Wednesday evenings beginning on April 14th at 6pm in FBC’s West Chapel (room 166).


Preschool & Children

We are kicking off Children’s Wednesday Nights (K-5) on April 14th with a Neon Party!! Wear neon colors and come ready to have fun and dig into Romans! Every week we’ll look at a different chapter of the book to answer the question: What is the Gospel and why is it the most important thing in the world?

Preschool will have Bible study and activities during this time as well!

 

 


Youth

Youth (6-12 grade) will continue activities Wednesday, April 14! From 5-6, students are encouraged to eat, fellowship, and hangout in the youth room. From 6-7, we move to The REC for a devotional through selected passages in Philippians and participate in various games, including but not limited to: kickball, bubble soccer, and outdoor messy games.

 

 

 


Note: The REC is closed to the public on Wednesdays