Light is a symbol of life and life everlasting. This Sunday morning we will read the names of our church family and loved ones of our church members who have died in the past year.

During the musical selection that follows, family members are invited to come to the front and light a candle of hope. If you have a loved one not listed, you will have the opportunity to light a candle as we sing “Shall We Gather at the River.”

FBC Action — Year end review. 2016

Note:  This review contains multiple pictures and may take some time to load.  Enjoy!

All Saints Sunday, November 2, 2014

On Sunday, November 2, 2014, All Saints Sunday, we will remember our ten church members who died in
the past year. We also invite those of you who have lost an immediate member of your family to participate.

If you would like to memorialize your loved one as apart of our Sunday service, please contact the church office.

All Saints Sunday

All Saints Sunday, November 3rd, 2013.

All Saints’ Sunday is a time to rejoice in all who through the ages have faithfully served the Lord.  This day reminds us that we are part of one continuing, living communion of saints. It is a time to express our gratitude for all who kept the faith, for those who have taken the gospel to the ends of the earth, for prophetic voices who have called the church to be faithful in life and service, for all who have witnessed to God’s justice and peace in every nation. On All Saints’ Sunday we remember our fellow church members and family members who have gone before us and are now rejoicing in the presence of God.

Worship bulletin

Read more about the origins of All Saints Sunday here in Wikipedia.