Welcome to FBC. We are a church for those who are hurting, for those who may be doubting their faith, for those who want to learn what it means to follow Jesus in real and practical ways. If you’ve been told you aren’t good enough, your faith isn’t right, or you don’t have it all together, we are the place for you.
Maybe you are just looking for a community to belong to. FBC can be that place. We are a family that is a mix of new and experienced followers of Jesus. There is always room for your and your family.
FBC is a space where followers of Jesus can help one another grow in faith and their relationship with one another and with God. You don’t have to have it all together to come here. In fact, we don’t expect you to! You are welcome to come as you are.
Come for the community, experience joy in life!
"...people who attended weekly religious services or practiced daily prayer or meditation in their youth reported greater life satisfaction and positivity in their 20s..."
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - Research Study
Here at FBC, we believe that our lives reflect what Jesus Christ was all about as we engage with our local community. The Gospel is best preached through lives that are consistent with God's Word.
“This is my command: Love one another as I have loved you." John 15:12
FBC is engaged and focused on helping our community through three intentional efforts. Those three community areas are Recovery, Foster Care, and Prison Outreach.
Helping families. And helping families that help families.
Fostering Change is our connection to the Recovery community. Do you are someone you know struggles with an addiction or is stuck in an unhealthy pattern? We want to help. We are building a network of recovery resources to better serve our community in need.
If you would like to be part of the solution we invite you to contact us. FBC hosts NA and Celebrate Recovery meetings during the week. The truth is we could all use a little support.
Fostering Value is our connection to the Prison community. We were all prisoners to our sin until Jesus made us free. Sadly, there are men and women who have struggled in life and find themselves in a place that they never wanted to be. These are precious image-bearers of God, just like everyone else. They need our support and love in a real way. There are a number of ways for us to impact the prison community. Check-in with us and see.