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FBC Weekly News (4-7-22)


What is happening this week?

  • Join us at our 10:30am service this Sunday. Ron Shepard, Executive Director of our Puget Sound Baptist Association, will be guest preaching.

  • Children's Church will be open this Sunday for NURSERY-3rd GRADE!

  • We need donations of bags of cuties (small oranges) for an Easter event SonShine Preschool is participating in. If you are able to donate a bag please bring them on Sunday.

  • URGENT: we have two spots to fill in our nursery for Children's Church. Are you willing and able to come, hold, rock, love, play, and read to the youngest of our kids? We need an adult to fill April 24th and May 22nd during service. Please let Kelly know if you can fill these spots.

  • No Men's study tonight, enjoy your Spring Break!

  • If you purchased from our Greeting Card Fundraiser, please see Kelly or Sarah Barratt for your order.


Coffee will be available, Sunday's, in Founder's Hall beginning at 930am. In order for this to continue and be a blessing for many we need help with coffee set up in the morning each Sunday. Please consider helping once a month to ensure we have some refreshments. Please reply to this email or see Nancy Nolan on Sunday if you can help.


Estimated lost: 275 Million

NAMB and Southern Baptists came together to add 857 New Congregations in 2020

And since 2010, have planted more than 8,700 churches across North America

Please consider how you can be a part of the blessing to help support our missionaries in the field. You can give to this offering online or by marking your check/envelope "Annie".


Did you know that a group of Christian ladies meet here at FBC the first and third Wednesday of each month? We meet from 10 AM to 2 PM to serve the Lord by making quilts. The quilts are given to local Christian ministries, missionaries, and the homeless. The fellowship is great and quilt-making is easy and fun. No experience is necessary. Why not bring a sack lunch, and perhaps a friend or two, to join us. Want to know more, please ask Cheryl (aka Esther) Mesterton.


May God know us as people who give generously and sacrificially.

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