Community Support

Foster Care • Recovery • Incarceration • Global Missions

There are over 1200 New Hampshire Children in Need!

Jesus asked us to look out for the least of these. Children in the Foster Care System certainly qualify as that. There are various ways that you can get involved. There is a place for everyone to serve. Scroll through the various ways to serve in the Foster Care System and then jump in today.

Fostering Hope is an important work of the Jesus' Church. It should be a part of everything that we do. One of the communities that need hope is the fostering community. Within the fostering community, you have children who have been taken from their homes, families who have taken these children in need under their care, and a maxed-out community support system just trying to figure out how to serve both the children and families best.

Fostering Hope is a place to rally around those needs. Here are a few of the community resources that Faith Bible Church partners with.
The way we like to describe the fostering system in New Hampshire is this way. Imagine 20 school buses full of children, and you see these buses driving through your neighborhood. These 20 school buses represent the number of kids in the NH foster system. Our question is: "What will we do when these school buses drive by? How many kids can we help off the bus?"
Fostering • Respite Care • Emergency Placement Care • Babysitting • Financially

Becoming a Foster Care Family

There is always room for more families in the Foster Care System. The first step is prayer. Is this something that the Lord is asking you to do? After that, your next step is probably finding out more about what it takes to be a foster family. The best place to go is your local DHHS representative. Click the link below to start that journey.

Fostering Store

Foster families, families in reunification, families in need this is for you. We know that life can come with all sorts of unexpected surprises or leave you feeling like you don't have what it takes to help your child in need. If you see something in the story that you need, feel free to let us know.
The Fostering Hope Store is Located in the FBC Community building in front of the church and is open Thursdays 11am - 2pm.

*All items are available for pickup. Unfortunately, we do not have the resources for delivery.
General office hours of FBC are Mon-Thursday 9am-12pm, with other times available for pickup as well.

Adoption in New Hampshire

ADOPT NH is New Hampshire's online tool for connecting foster children who are waiting to be adopted with their forever families.
"We believe there is a family for every child!"
Fostering Change is our ministry to the Recovery community.
Do you are someone you know struggles with an addiction or control issues? 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.

Faith Bible Church is a registered "Recovery Friendly Congregation"
Fostering Value is our ministry 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 and see.

Fostering Global Outreach

Faith Bible Church supports missionaries and missions organizations all over the world. Just as Jesus told the Apostles to go from Jerusalem, Judea, to the ends of the world, we also value a local, national, and global approach to this ministry. If you would like to support any of the missionaries please get in touch with the Missions Committee for details.

And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
Matthew 28:18-20