|Dr. John Johnston||- Associate Pastor|
|Rev. Dave Burns||- Minister to Senior Adults & Pastoral Care|
||- Receptionist / Adult Ministry Assistant|
|- Outreach Ministry Assistant|
Sunday Morning Bible Study
8:15 AM and 9:30 AM
Small-group Bible study classes for all ages.You do not have to be a church member to connect with one of these small groups. Grow in your faith and knowledge of scripture, develop lasting relationships and find God's place for you in His body.
Senior Adult Ministries
A wide variety of classes and activities are offered for our more “experienced” adults: J.O.Y. Club, H.E.A.R.T.S. luncheons, Homebound ministry, Trips and tours.
A variety of opportunities are available for men who seek to grow in faith, build on relationships, and serve God and others. Men's Bible studies, Discussion groups, Retreats, Ministry projects and Fellowship opportunities.
There are numerous opportunities for women to “plug-in” to ministries designed for them. Women's Bible studies, Retreats, Mentoring, Ministry projects, Fellowship dinners.
Discipleship Classes for Adults
Sundays at 5:00 PM
Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
Classes also offered weekdays and weeknights at FBC and in homes.
Short-term topical studies are offered to help Christians grow in their faith, their relationships, and effective ministry.
Mondays at 6:00 PM, January through May
This is our Sunday School based outreach program for the winter and spring months. Classes participate on a rotational basis (once per month) in outreach visitation and ministry to class members
Mid-Week Prayer Service
A more traditional offering on Wednesday nights at 6:00 PM in the Worship Center - prayer requests are shared and one of our ministers leads a time of Bible study
Family Enrichment Seminars
Seminars and conferences are offered on topics such as marriage, parenting, and Christian finances
Builders for Christ
Each year, FBC sends out volunteers, both men and women, to help churches in various parts of the country in construction projects.
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief
Trained volunteers work in cooperation with the Autauga Baptist Association and Alabama Baptist State Convention to provide relief in disaster areas, both in the U.S. and around the world. Volunteers serve on mobile feeding units, chainsaw crews, mud-out crews, in emergency child-care, and counseling. Training is offered several times each year for the various aspects of disaster relief.