Events & Activities

Food and Faith Book Study, Beginning Thursday, January 27

Join Pastor Laura to read and discuss the book Five Loaves. Two Fish. Twelve Volunteers: Growing a Relational Food Ministry by Elizabeth Mae Magill. Participants will reflect together on how church-based food programs might be improved by becoming more relational. In relational ministry, those in need and those who can give share the work. This 4-week study will meet weekly beginning Thursday, January 27. Meetings will be held virtually using Zoom. Contact the FBC Office or register through this link to reserve a copy of the book!

Annual Budget Meeting, Sunday, January 30, After Worship

All FBC members and friends are encouraged to attend this congregational meeting as we receive the 2021 Annual Report and approve a budget for 2022. Attend either in person or virtually using Zoom.

Book Launch: The Flames Shall Not Consume You, Thursday, February 3, 4-6pm, Atrium

Help us celebrate the release of an audiobook forty years in the making! 42 years ago Mary Ellen Ton (former FBC member) was nearly killed in a tragic fire. The Flames Shall Not Consume You is her story. The story of her journey through the fire, its aftermath, and her wrestling match with God. It is a gut-wrenching and inspirational journey. This Second Edition brings her words to life in a first-ever audiobook version of her story. Join Amy Brown and Mary Ellen’s son Jeff Ton as we tell Mary Ellen’s story and the story of bringing the audiobook to life. This book launch event will be held in the FBC Atrium on Thursday, February 3rd from 4-6pm. This is an open house – come when you want – stay as long as you want. All proceeds from the sale of the audiobook benefit the Eskenazi Health Burn Unit.

“Brother Outsider” Documentary and Discussion, Sunday, February 6, 4pm

Join the Task Force for LGBTQ Inclusion on Sunday, February 6th at 4pm for a viewing of the documentary “Brother Outsider.” Afterwards we will have a discussion of the life and impact of Bayard Rustin, one of the unsung heroes of the U.S. Civil Rights movement.

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