Sunday Equip & Engage

Winter Session

Sundays 5 - 6:30 p.m.

Sunday Equip & Engage will provide engaging discipleship options for all ages that will help equip us to connect others to the love and the life of Jesus Christ.


New Class

Financial Peace University with Arelee Sepulveda
Scholarships are available, call the church office.

New Class

What's Next with Bill Coon
April 14 – May 5 from 5 – 6 p.m. at FBC
April 18 – May 9 from 6 – 7 p.m. via Zoom
In this class, we will study:
  • what is means to disciple/be discipled
  • “Growing in Christ” booklet
  • how to share your testimony
  • how to start reading the Bible
  • how to pray
Intercessory Prayer Time with Sherri Wolf and Cathy Lee
“My house shall be called a house of prayer.” -- Matthew 21:13. These are not classes, but rather opportunities for extended times in group prayer.
Bible Basics with Jim Hogg
The purpose of Bible Basics is to connect people with the love and the life of Jesus Christ through the teaching and application of the major Biblical basics of a Christ follower. The class is designed for anyone who has a desire for a basic understanding of Biblical faith. Topics include Bible, God, Sin, Salvation, Church, Evangelism & Missions, End Times.
GriefShare with Sherry Maxsom
Class is full, registration closed.

GriefShare is a 13-session, Christ-centered grief support group program for adults who have lost loved ones. It is built around working together to help group members get and stay on the journey of healing from mourning to joy.

Cost is $20
Perspective Drawing with Christopher Licking (Redeeming Art Ministry)
This class will be looking at the world as it’s actually seen. Not how we assume it looks, but how it actually appears without our personal filters that often shade our vision.

More importantly, we’ll be looking at how our Heavenly Father looks at the world and His creation.

The goals of this class include:
  • Learning the basics of perspective composition to help your images look more realistic.
  • Pen and ink drawing skills that will help you create composition study sketches as well as can be used as final art pieces.
  • Visual techniques to create depth.
  • Using architectural art tools to create images that include natural scenery as well as architectural components (i.e. barns, houses, trees, etc…)
  • Final art project will include a nature scene which includes a rustic building and water feature as well as foliage elements of something you might run across in an old forested setting.
Estudio del libro de los Hechos con Raul Prieto y Edgardo Martinez