Touching Davidson County with Love.

Full Wednesday Night Schedule, Winter 2018

Full Wednesday Night Schedule Resumes on February 21st

Our quarterly business meeting will highlight our first full Wednesday Night Family Night on February 21st. We will hear the final report on our 2017 finances that enabled all of our commitments to be met and learn more about being an “Encouraging Church” with CBF.

Attention: All Extended Session Volunteers and Children’s SS Teachers!

The Open-Door Sunday School Class would like to invite you and your family to a “thank you” lunch immediately following the worship service on Sunday, February 11th in the fellowship hall.

Please RSVP to Kelly Lambeth at kelslambeth@gmail.com.

FBC in action: Year end review. 2017

What a year for FBC!  To list just a few of our milestones for 2017: Megan Smith affirmation, Palm Sunday, Mother’s Day, Megan’s first Sunday, LSHS Ensemble, Vacation Bible School, 1st FBC Block Party, Family Night, Reroofing of the Church, Fall Festival and Advent….Oh my! God is good…..all the time!

Here’s the visual recap of all the action at FBC:

Parker Lecture Series 2018

We are happy to announce that Pam Durso, the Executive Director of Baptist Women in Ministry will lead us in the 2018 Parker Lectures on February 3-4.

Pam has her Ph.D. in Church History from Baylor University.

She will speak on Women In Church History.

Follow the links above to read more about Pam’s work with Baptist Women in Ministry.

The Parker Lecture series is made possible by a generous donation from the Carolyn M Parker family in memory of Carolyn M Parker.

Read more about this series at this link.

Charitable Giving Seminar

Charitable Giving Seminar on November 1, 2017.

We welcome Al Seymour on Wednesday, November 1, who will lead a seminar on charitable contributions. Discover the most advantageous ways to give to your church and other important agencies.

Don’t forget to make your meal reservation by noon on October 30.

Science and Spirituality

The notion that science and spirituality are somehow mutually exclusive does a disservice to both. –Carl Sagan

Join us for this 9 week series based on Dr. Honeycutt’s new book on Science and Spirituality. There is no admission charge and all are invited to attend.

See this brochure for more details.

New Pictorial Directory — 2017

Good news! The online scheduling site for FBC’s upcoming Lifetouch photography event is set up and ready for use so our families can schedule their own appointments for photography.

The online scheduling site includes a Member site via a unique link.

Here are the easy instructions for sign-ups:

1- go to the Member Site: https://booknow-lifetouch.appointment-plus.com/y6gk9h26/

2- On the dropdown box, on the left, simply select the number in your party you wish to have photographed. (See graphic below for pictorial details.  Click on it for a larger version.)

3- After selecting the number, a calendar will appear under the number in party. Select one of the available dates (appears in a white box with blue date number). Select your available date.

4- Pick on the time by clicking “Book It” (right part of the page, beside the date.)  If you want a later time, click the “Next” box (lower right hand corner).  Times are available after 4pm.

5- Complete the simple requested info.  (See graphic below.  Click on it for a larger version.)

Please note that including your phone number and/or email, this service will provide you with follow-up reminders for your selected day and time for the scheduled session.

Note:  you MUST CLICK “Finalize Photography Session” on this page (black oblong button at the bottom).  You will receive a confirmation page with your scheduled day and time.

It’s easy, simple and straightforward…..join FBC pictorial directory today!

Called Deacons Meeting

There will be a called meeting of our Deacons on July 9, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. in the Chapel.

Church Security

Beginning July 2nd, 2017, we will be locking all external doors to the church other than the Sanctuary Doors at 11:10 a.m. This includes the Fellowship Hall doors, the elevator lobby entrance, and the MBCC entrance and the bell tower door.

Ushers will have access to doors if needed during the worship service.

We apologize for any inconvenience, but the safety and security of our congregation is our number one priority.