Adults

Sunday Morning Bible Study 

Bible study begins at 9:15 AM in various buildings on the campus, and there is a class for you! The church offers Bible study for every adult, single or married, enhancing the  experience of fellowship with other believers and helping to connect you to our church family.  A greeter in the foyer of Building 2 will direct you to the class for you!

 


 GRIEF SHARE SUPPORT GROUP

GriefShare is a biblically-based, 13-week DVD, small group experience for the person struggling with very recent or long-held grief.  Friendly, caring people will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences.  The support group is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help.  Through GriefShare, you have access to valuable resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life.

GriefShare groups meet periodically throughout the year on Tuesday nights at 6:30 in our Fellowship Hall (Bldg. 1) on the corner of Belt Line Rd. and Broad St.  Parking is available south of the building.   If you have questions, please contact the church office at 972-291-7195 or at fbcch@fbcch.com.

Mary & Martha (M&M) Sewing Ministry

This is a very unique ministry at FBC for ladies. They meet for the purpose of discipleship, fellowship, and making/sewing items for children’s hospitals, cancer patients, and shut-ins. Sewing is not a requirement, as there are other jobs, like stuffing.  It is a wonderful time of fellowship with other ladies and an opportunity to participate in an outreach ministry.

The group meets at 9:00 AM on Tuesdays in Building 4, the small house on the corner of Belt Line and Main, on the northeast corner of the church campus.  All ladies are welcome!

WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY CLASSES

Throughout the year, different Bible study classes are offered on Wednesday nights at 6:45.  There is a women’s Bible study that meets on the 2nd floor of Building 2 and a class for all adults that meets in Fellowship Hall (Building 1) on the corner of Belt Line Rd. and Broad St.