We know that visiting a church for the first time can be daunting. We hope we can answer a few questions ahead of time to make you feel more at ease.
What should I wear?
We want you to feel comfortable at FBC. You will see men wearing a coat and tie or khakis/jeans and a casual shirt. Women wear slacks or dresses usually. God looks at the heart and soul, not the outer attire.
Where should I park?
As you pull into the driveway at FBC, there is ample parking behind the church, with some handicapped parking beside the front entrance.
Where should I enter?
There are three main entrances. You may enter the Sanctuary through the doors facing North Main Street. There are also doors at the portico entrance on the side of the church that lead into the foyer behind the Sanctuary. From the parking lot behind the church, there is a ground level entrance into the education wing, with an elevator and stairs at the end of the hallway.
Will I be singled out as a guest?
We do not want to embarrass our visitors by singling them out. We do have pew cards for you to fill out if you so desire.
Is there childcare during worship?
We provide care for infants through pre-kindergarteners in the nursery (located down the hall from the foyer entrance). For older children, we offer Children’s Church, when the children leave the sanctuary following the Children’s Sermon for special activities and care.
What is worship like?
We do tend to be somewhat traditional in our worship style. We use a piano and organ but also have video screens and audio. We like to involve children in our worship service when possible. Click here to learn more.