Welcome to worship in this new kind of church experience. Even though we are physically separated, we continue to journey together as we grow toward being fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ through our worship.
Jesus beckons us to let our hearts and minds to be captivated by his greatness and our lives to be transformed by his grace. What would happen if we truly believed that we bear the presence of Christ to every person we encounter, in every home, workplace, or neighborhood we enter? What would happen if we saw every conversation as an opportunity to speak words of grace, and every interaction as an opportunity to embody Christ’s love for our neighbor? Grab your notebook and Bible, share the link with a friend and let's worship together.
Lord God, friend of those in need, your Son Jesus has untied our burdens and healed our spirits. We lift up the prayers of our hearts for those still burdened, those seeking healing, those in need within the church and the world. Hear our prayers that we may love you with our whole being and willingly share the concerns of our neighbors. Amen.
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God desires to have a relationship with you! He has given us ways to know Him better through His son, Jesus Christ. Knowing God and having faith in Jesus is a personal and individual decision for each person. Do you have questions about being in a relationship with God? We would love to talk with you and help you begin or deepen your faith journey.
  • What would happen if we truly believed that we bear the presence of Christ to every person we encounter, in every home, workplace, or neighborhood we enter? 

  • What would happen if we saw every conversation as an opportunity to speak words of grace, and every interaction as an opportunity to embody Christ’s love for our neighbor?
Brian Furtado
Linda Collins
Jerry Tyson
Philip Sutton
Two Simple Words: Follow Me
By: Rosa Gaskins (FBC Member)

Sometimes life can be so hard.
We have to face all the pain life brings.
You say, “I can’t do this.”
God says, “You can do all things.”

You have to work night and day
Just to have money to put food on the table,
You say, “I’m not able.”
God says, “I am able.”

Your strength grows thin, no time to sleep.
Trying to support your family and give them the best.
You say, “I’m too tired.”
God says, “I will give you rest.”

Overwhelmed with all you have on your shoulders,
Causing you nights of many a tear,
You say, “I’m afraid.”
God says, “I have not given you a spirit of fear.”

Your checkbook is empty no matter how hard you try.
Feeling down cast for the path you have trod.
You say, “It’s impossible.”
God says, “What’s impossible for man is possible for God.”

So when you are feeling like there is no hope
And you feel you can’t achieve all you want to be,
You say, “I’m always worried and frustrated.”
God says, “Cast all your burdens on me.”

For life’s burdens can leave you feeling isolated
Especially when you feel no joy in all you try to do,
You say, “I feel all alone.”
God says, “I will never leave you or forsake you.”

So no matter how hard it might seem
To walk this journey that you have to trod,
You say, “It’s impossible.”
God says, “What is impossible for man is possible for God.”

Remember - Two Simple Words: Follow Me