No matter how you found FBC's web home, we're excited you want to know more about our ministry. This page is dedicated to giving people who've never worshipped with us a "feel" for what to expect when they arrive and the essentials of what we value in our services.
A Little About Us
First, you'll discover FBC is a church that values all generations while leaning to the younger side of the age spectrum. Dress tends to be "Montana" or "Western-Chic" which might mean someone in jeans and sandals could be standing next to another person in a business suit... and everything in-between. At FBC, people are comfortable wearing whatever they find, well...comfortable. We have been praying for you before you ever come in the door, and you'll feel that.
You can expect...
A Warm Welcome: We have volunteers who love FBC and want everyone who visits to feel at ease. They welcome people to the service and are ready to answer any initial questions you might have. You'll also find an area stocked with coffee and breakfast items for you to get your morning off to a great start.
A Great Place for Kids: Your kids will love FBC's Children's Ministry, no matter when you arrive. Each ministry is staffed by trained leaders who make it their goal to teach truth in a setting that is both engaging and fun. Songs, puppets, crafts, new friends and applicable lessons help us partner with parents to ground young people in truth that lasts a lifetime.
A Caring Nursery: If you have wee-little ones, we have them covered as well. Our nursery is staffed by people who have the well-being of you and your child at heart.
Great, Great Music: Our Praise Bands lead us in treasured hymns that keep us connected to our rich heritage along with more contemporary songs that keep praise fresh. On any given Sunday, you could be singing a tune you just heard on the radio, or be moved by a soul-stirring hymn penned with a quill centuries ago. Either way, you'll enjoy the music at FBC.
Bible-Centered Preaching: The centerpiece of FBC Sunday Service is God's Word. Believing that the Bible is God's divinely inspired message and our only source of genuine hope, our preaching is grounded in and flows from scripture. The sermons are designed to direct our gaze heavenward while being able to understand how its truth can impact us now.