Ministry Teams @ FBC

We believe that God has uniquely gifted each individual member of the body to serve Him and the local church in some manner.  The following list is an overview of our operating teams and a brief description of what they do.

  • Discipleship Team

    We are to help and encourage one another toward Christian maturity, learning how to live according to God's word and how to serve together as a church (Luke 9:23-24). This team is responsible for the following activities: establishing and directing member training and spiritual growth opportunities, providing classes and conferences to develop members of all ages ability to apply the Bible, and organizing new member orientation and other discipleship opportunities as determined by the team or church.

  • Evangelism Team

    We are to join God in His mission to redeem people from sin, reconciling lost persons to Christ (2 Cor. 5:18-19). This team is responsible for the following activities: planning revivals and mission trips, assisting with baptism, contacting visitors and prospects, assisting with outreach activities including children and youth, and pursuing other evangelistic opportunities as determined by the team or church.

  • Worship Team

    Encountering God in worship transforms us into His likeness and leads to a deeper appreciation and better understanding of God (Psalm 96). This team is responsible for the following activities: ensuring that the flow of the worship services encourages a meaningful worship experience, coordinating children’s church, and operating audio and video equipment for services and other worship opportunities as determined by the team or church.

  • Ministry Team

    Christian compassion and the principles of God’s kingdom demand that we minister to all persons without regard to their race, abilities, or circumstances, meeting people’s needs in the name of Jesus Christ (MT. 20:26-28). This team is responsible for the following activities: funeral meals, benevolence programs, nursery operation, hospital, shut-in and widow ministries, and other ministry opportunities as determined by the team or church. 

  • Fellowship Team

    A person-to-person relationship based on a personal relationship with Christ leads to Christian fellowship. Sharing in community with one another is a vital part of the Christian faith (Jn 1: 6-7). This team is responsible for the following activities: harvest banquet, business meeting meals, church picnics, kitchen supplies, assistance with receptions and showers and other fellowship opportunities as determined by the team or church.