Participating in the Young(er) Adult Fellowship allows me to build a stronger faith in collaboration with my peers through joint faith exploration. It also allows me to create and grow great relationships with other members
The journey of faith is best traveled with companions. FBCH provides multiple opportunities to connect with others as you form your faith. Throughout the year there are opportunities to delve into academic studies of the Bible and Christian tradition, to explore contemplative Christian practices of prayer and mediation, and to join book discussions and other small group studies.
From September-May, there are a few groups that meet every month including a Women’s discussion group (this tends to be a topical discussion) and our Men at Work (usually gathering for either a guest presentation and discussion or to complete a work project). Our FBCH Young(er) Adults group gathers for dinner and discussion one Sunday evening each month (childcare provided).
Other groups gather for prayer and discussion about best ways to support the church community. The First Baptist Auxiliary has a long legacy of supporting the congregation through practical work like preparing tea and coffee every Sunday, connecting to members in need, and raising support for the church through annual events like the Christmas Tea & Sale. Our Visitation Team can equip you to make visits to our shut-ins, which is a wonderful way to share life across the generations that call FBCH home.
If you are interested in connecting with others to form your faith, contact Jenny Drewitz, our Minister of Faith Development.
Every one of Clyde Evans’ Bible Study Courses at First Baptist Church have been extremely well presented. It was a great opportunity for one to grow in our Christian faith and further our understanding of the Bible.