In the FBC Student Ministry we strive to live like Jesus ... learning, laughing, growing, praising, loving, serving, going and doing.
Our goal is to see students become rooted in Christ and grow to be influential for His Kingdom.
Our messages are meant to help students engage and understand how the Bible actually applies to our lives. Small groups (Sunday School) are the opportunity to build authentic and lasting friendships.
We have lots of fun with special events, retreats, summer youth camp, mission trips, choir, volunteering in the community, and more.
Our weekly activities start on Sunday mornings with Bible study at 9:30 am upstairs in AMC 224.
Sunday afternoons, students meet at FIRST on the FIRST day of the week in order to put Jesus FIRST in their lives. This new worship experience will encourage our students to begin their week by focusing on their relationship with Savior and urge them to keep Jesus FIRST in their lives throughout the week. FIRST beginS at 5:00 with food and games in the Christian Life Center, followed by Bible study and worship in AMC 224 until 7:00.
Wednesday nights during the school year, students grades 7-12 participte in Awana from 6:00-7:45, starting in the Gym.
Check out our Student Calendar page for upcoming events and details.
Sunday Morning Small Groups
|7th & 8th Grade Girls||Ellen Rolando and Laura Koegle|
|7th & 8th Grade Boys||Felix Acosta and Michael Van Gorp|
|9th - 12th Grade Girls||Jessica Melott and Hannah Van Gorp|
|9th - 12th Grade Boys||David Pope and Burney Andersen|
TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY 3/29
DUE TO BUS ACCIDENT
At approximately 2 pm this afternoon, a group of our senior adults were returning home from a 3-day retreat at Alto Frio Baptist Encampment when their vehicle was involved in a head-on collision.
We have heard that there have been fatalities, but we have not received any official details from the local authorities.
We are ministering to family members to help them deal with this tragedy. Counselors will be on hand at the church tomorrow.
If you're a Christian, you can pray for those who lost their loved ones and for the church family.
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