Sunday School

Sunday School is available for all ages on Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:30 AM.

Nursery: birth to age 36 months
Children & Youth: age 3 – 6th grade, 7th-8th grade (Ignite), 9th-12th (Elevate) – REGISTER HERE
Adults: post high school men & women

Our purpose for adults is to facilitate growth in maturity in Christ by teaching the Bible or Bible-based materials. Our purpose for children and youth is to teach them who God is, who we are in relation to him, and to establish them with a foundation of doctrine and truth from the Bible.

Fall Registration for Children & Youth

FBC is excited to be kicking off ministries for children and teens this fall! REGISTER each student for any ministries that they will be participating in this school year. This helps volunteers and teachers prepare and plan to serve your children this year.  Learn more about each of these ministries:  Sunday School starts Sept 11,…

Sunday School For All

Sunday School for all ages begins Sept 12 and meets from 9:45-10:30 AM. Children Preschool through 12th grade can be registered HERE. No registration necessary for nursery or adult classes. For Sunday School on Sept 12, all adults and 7-12th grade students are invited to the gym for a time with the Bahire family. The…

Missionary Spotlight

Dec 20 | 9:45-10:30 AM during Adult Sunday School | in Gym Sherri Paulson grew up at FBC and is one of our supported missionaries serving in Ghana. Come hear from Sherri about what God is doing in Ghana, some praises, and prayer requests.

Did you know?

FBC uses Truth:78 curriculum for Children’s Sunday School. We love it because it teaches the whole counsel of God. Truth:78 Mission is to give the next generations a biblically balanced view of God, His purposes, themselves, and the world, by teaching them the whole counsel of God—both the majestic breadth and depth of Scripture. Help them see…

New Adult Sunday School Class

Battling Unbelief No one sins out of duty. We sin because it offers a promise of happiness. When we go down the path of sin, we find that its promise enslaves us. To walk away from sin and its slavery, we must believe that God’s promise of happiness is greater and more lasting. Indeed, we…