We want to welcome everyone in your family. Here at FBC we have activities and ministries for ever age and level of spiritual development. Here are a few of the things available to you and your family.


“Choose for yourselves today. As for me and my family, we will worship the Lord.”

Joshua 24:15


Men, are you looking to lead out in a deeper way with your family, workplace, or community? Check out the Men’s Ministry monthly calendar for events. Whether it’s a Bible Study, Saturday breakfast, conference, or sporting event, we want to get to know you better and help you grown in your walk with Jesus.

Ladies, balancing home, kids, husbands or boyfriends, and work can be a challenging thing. Take some time to recharge your batteries in study of God’s Word or fellowship with other ladies. Check out the Women’s Ministry monthly calendar for events. Join our Facebook and Instagram pages for regular updates.

Mission Discovery is the place were our kids grow deeper in their walk with Jesus. FBC offers a meeting time for kids and preteens during the 2nd worship gathering each Sunday. Check out the Mission Discovery page for more information.

Community is critical for the Body of Christ. Community Groups is where we grow deeper through prayer, study, and encouragement. If you are interested in joining a group contact the office. We would love to get you plugged in. For more information on groups click on the link for our Community Group page.

Are you a homeschooling family? You may be interested in joining the H.I.S. Ministry Homeschool Coop. This is a ministry for families run by the families. Do you attend a different church. No matter, we welcome any family who would like to join in and take part in a Jesus centered schooling experience. H.I.S. Ministry meets every Monday during the school year and involves a selection of course offerings, chapel, and a lunch/fellowship time. Check out the H.I.S. Ministry website for more information.

Almost half a million children are in the foster/adoptive system each year. This is a national tragedy. The good news is that God tells us exactly what to do. He’s told us that pure and undefiled religion is taking care of the widow and orphan (the marginalized and oppressed). We’ve decided to take that seriously at Faith Bible Church with Fostering Hope. Not only are we encouraging families to pursue a license in foster care, but we are also partnering with state and regional organizations to make a difference. Check out The Pass Along Project as well as Bethany Christian Services for some of the things we are helping to make a difference with.