1. Let Us Know Something About You
When you visit, fill out the communication card enclosed in the bulletin, and drop it in the offering basket. Be sure and let us know what would be the best way for us to contact you with more information about the church.
2. Attend Worship Regularly
Make worshiping at First Baptist part of your weekly routine. God created the Sabbath because we all need a special time of worship with other people every seven days. As you meet God at FBC, you will begin to feel more at home.
3. Try-Out a Small Group Bible Study
This is one of the most important steps you can take if you want to really connect at FBC. Over twenty-five different adult groups meet each Sunday morning. Together, they share life and study the Bible. One of those groups would be a good fit, and you’re welcome to try several until you find the right one for you. To find out how to get involved in an Adult Bible Study Group call the church office and we will help you find a class.
4. Sign-up for Class 101
This one-time class will help you know more about the heartbeat of the church. In just a couple of hours, we’ll let you in on what we believe, where we’re going, and how things work at FBC. This class is required for church membership and is the fast track to learning your way around the church.
Class 101 is taught by Pastor Brent, Kirk and Leah. If you would like to attend the next 101, email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations and to find out when the next Class 101 will take place.
5. Join the Church
The commitments we make define our lives, and membership in a local church is an important part of the Christian experience. The Bible is clear that we all need a church family. God never intended for any of His children to be orphans. When the time is right, we would unapologetically invite you to commit to being a part of FBC.
6. Get Involved in Helping Someone Else
God has given you special abilities and capacities that He intends for you to use to help other people. After you’ve been here awhile, we can help you discover a ministry of our church where you can help make a difference in our community and church. Nothing helps build strong new friendships like being on a team and doing something good side-by-side with someone else.