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Adult Forum: “Continuing the Dialogue on the Racial Divide,” with Dr. Kimberlee Henry

A recent Harvard Business Review study found discrimination is a “prevalent phenomenon” in the customer service industry. What we know for sure is that what MSNBC called “everyday racism” in a recent special network presentation is a prevalent phenomenon in the lives of people of color. Many people simply don’t understand-the everyday racism or micro-aggressions…

Adult Forum: Discussion with Mitch Randall of Ethics Daily, Sunday, September 23rd

Please join us after worship on Sunday for a discussion with Dr. Mitch Randall, Executive Director of Ethics Daily. The mission of Ethics Daily, a division of the Nashville-based Baptist Center for Ethics, is to provide proactive, positive and practical ethics resources to churches online. Their goal is to educate, engage and empower goodwill people of faith to…

Celebration Sunday: September 9th

It’s that time again: Celebration Sunday is just around the corner! Join us Sunday, September 9th as we kick off another season together. This will also mark the first Sunday of Celebrationtide, a new church “season” we created at FBCWoo, because we’re Baptists, and we can! Will we have more Youth, more Youngish Adults, or more 50+ Friends on that Sunday? Who…

Scrogin Great Issues Discussion on June 3rd

Come advocate for the book(s) you recommend as wonderful, powerful, informative and/or inspirational, and together we’ll choose the selection for the 2018-2019 program year. It doesn’t need to be a blockbuster book – but something that touches your heart and raises an issue that is meaningful to you. We’ll meet in the Roy Room downstairs.…

Scrogin Great Issues Forum on May 6

On Sunday, May 6th, following the worship service, we will be hosting a Scrogin Great Issues Forum. We will be focusing on Chris Hayes’ New York Times best selling book, A Colony in a Nation. Hayes is an Emmy award winning news anchor for MSNBC and has been quoted, “America likes to tell itself that…

Fireside

Join us for our second Fireside on Wednesday, May 9th at 6:30 pm in the Whitney Room. Brent and Wesley will do a deep dive into how they plan FBC worship services, including the guiding theological, structural, and pastoral rubrics used in crafting our services. For the second half of the evening, the group will…

Newcomers’ Class

If you’re brand new, fairly new, sort of new, newish, or just FBC-curious, then you’re the perfect person to attend our Newcomer Class on May 20th at 9 am. It’s not a membership class, but be forewarned: you’ll probably want to join the church afterward… Over coffee and conversation, we’ll dialogue about FBC’s mission and ministries, as well as answer any questions…