Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12-step program of recovery based on Scripture. It meets in the Christian Activities' Building of First Baptist Church every Tuesday at 5:45pm, and all adults are welcome. Strict confidentiality is maintained. Childcare is provided free of charge for children through Kindergarten age.
We have special ministry opportunities available for 1st-5th graders!
A Life Group is a group of 12-15 individuals meeting weekly in someone's home or at church to share life through worship, fellowship, prayer, and encouragement. Most of the Life Groups meet on Sunday nights because there is childcare for babies-kindergarten, Jam Kids for 1st-5th grade, and Youth Life Groups for 6th-12th grade.
An emphasis on partnering and creating ministries in our community to pour the love of Jesus and the message of the Gospel through our Sunday School classes and small groups.
Grief Recovery is a special weekly support group for people who are grieving the death of someone close to them. It is a nondenonimational group and features biblical teaching on grief and recovery. Please join us for the next session.
"It is good to praise the LORD and make music to your name, O Most High..." Psalm 92:1
In the FBC Atrium, the Mission Cafe provides regular and specialty coffees as well as hot chocolate. The proceeds support mission work.
A safe place to experience God's love!
Weekday Early Education is a state-licensed preschool education ministry.
The Women's Ministry at FBCC exists to meet the needs of women of all generations and walks of life. This ministry offers discipleship through Bible studies, connecting through fellowships, building relationships and growing to move outside the church into the community and the world in the name of Christ.
FBCC's Youth Ministry exists to bring glory to God and provide an opportunity for student's lives to be transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. The purpose of our Youth Ministry is to foster that transformation by encouraging and equipping our youth with the opportunity to participate in gospel-centered community, gospel-centered worship, and gospel-centered service.