Congregational care involves heeding the call to compassion and mercy while responding to our call to serve those in need. With over 900 households attending FBC, the call to care for the flock can be overwhelming. We must seek to lead and equip the body of Christ to care for one another. In order to accomplish these goals and promote our core value of Loving the Church, we provide various ministries to help meet these needs. Many servants are needed with giftedness in the areas of administration, mercy, faith, pastor/shepherd, and leadership to accomplish these ministries.
Prayer team members have a heart and burden for people facing many of life’s challenges. If you are going through a difficult time, please allow one of our prayer partners to pray with/for you. You can find teams of men and women at the front of the Worship Center at the conclusion of each service, or use the form to the right to send us your prayer request which we will forward to our faithful prayer team members. We commit to respectfully, faithfully, and confidentially pray for those on our prayer list each week.
VISITING THOSE IN NEED
Our visitation team members make themselves available to visit or call people who are hospitalized, home bound, in a nursing home, or in the midst of a life crisis of any kind. Our visitation teams include individuals that are FBC men, women, or families, Faith Community Nurses, Elders, Deacons, or members of our pastoral staff. If you have a heart or motivation to contact or visit those in need please join our team.
HOSPITALITY InReach TEAM
Many times a visit, a meal, or just a kind gesture makes a world of difference in our lives. Those in our midst with a gift for hospitality use their gifts to bless others. We are building teams to reach out and pursue many in our congregation with the simple love of Christ. If you enjoy having people over for coffee, a meal, or taking someone out to lunch or an event, this could be a team for you.