We’re glad you found our home on the web. We invite you to visit us on Facebook as well. The first question visitors usually wonder is, “will I feel welcomed visiting this church?” Our answer is we sure hope so.
Our services are informal and everyone, unbelievers, skeptics, seekers and believers are welcome. Our focus is on worshiping God and not a political agenda. We sing contemporary and traditional songs, the sermon is practical and worship lasts approximately one hour.
We provide child care but kids are welcome to worship with us. Truth be told we like a little chaos and informality.
Our Pastor (Dave) emphasizes 5 Core Beliefs:
1. God loves me, despite the things I’ve done that no one else knows.
2. Jesus forgives me of my sins, even for those sins, I can’t forgive myself.
3. My purpose on earth is to love God, love others and love myself.
4. We did not earn God’s love and therefore we cannot lose it.
5. Our eternity is certain in Jesus.
Our church believes in the right of every person to thoughtfully decide what they believe and how they choose to live. Come visit us—you’ll fit right in!
“From the Pastor”
I am so delighted to be your Pastor! Let me say right up front, I will make mistakes. I have a lot to catch up on considering FBC started in 1890. Although I officially start November 1, 2015, I came in several days early to read everything I could on the history of FBC. One of the items that got my attention was a note on the bulletin board celebrating the 125th Anniversary of FBC. It notes a period called the “Growth Years” and states the members of FBC “Praised the Lord.”
My sincerest desire is to follow God’s will for FBC. I think God’s will is for FBC to move beyond surviving to thriving. To move to a growing church will require us, as a church family to do a few things.