Growing in our faith by connecting and engaging with others
As followers of Jesus, we all need help to grow to be more like Him. We believe that this is best accomplished in groups where we can challenge, connect and grow together. We utilize connection groups and care groups as part of our overall group strategy to help people grow in Jesus.
Why should we join a group?
We need people around us so that we can share life together. Moreover, other people need you! A group provides an opportunity for you to meet new people, learn their stories, and establish life-long friendships that edify and encourage.
Groups provide an environment where you can ask questions and have great discussions about a wide range of biblical topics. Small groups are a way for you to study, learn, and grow in ways that you cannot do on your own or in a large group context.
The church is full of people with different life experiences. You encourage others by sharing your story of God’s faithfulness, and you are encouraged by learning about God’s faithfulness and provision in the lives of others.
Where do groups meet?
Groups could meet at homes, restaurants, coffee shops, and on campus throughout the week and Sunday mornings.
How often do groups meet?
Groups typically meet weekly or bi-weekly.
Is childcare provided?
For groups on Sunday mornings, there is a place for kids to learn about Jesus in their own group setting. Other groups meeting outside of Sunday may or may not provide childcare.
What are the current groups at FBC?
Download the full groups list here:
How can I sign up for a group?
Click below and answer the questions on the form. We will follow up with a group that's right for you! :
Dr. Josh Landrum