Sunday Morning Service 10:45
We would love for you to join us during our current sermon series, "Psalms: the Sacred Hymns of the Scriptures."
Charles Spurgeon notes that there was a time when the Psalms took such priority in the church that no man could be ordained into the ministry unless he could quote them all "end to end," and that you couldn't travel through the countryside without hearing even the most common of laborers singing the "Hallelujahs of David."
Psalms of praise, Psalms of lament, Psalms of joy, even Psalms of vengeance and justice. This ancient hymnbook from God's Word is certainly worth looking deeply into!
Wednesday Evening Service 6:00
On Wednesday nights, we meet from 6:00-7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall (North Entrance) for an inductive Bible study. Our current study is over Paul's letter to the church in Philippi, the book of Philippians.
If you are not familiar with the inductive study method, it simply means that you read a portion of Scripture, you make observations (questions and/or insights) about those verses, then you interpret the Scripture (through prayer and dependance upon the Holy Spirit, but also through the use of good commentaries and study aides), and then you find the application of that particular Scripture for your own life.
Then we come together on Wednesday nights to discuss everything we have learned throughout the week! This is an open study - you do not have to attend FHBC to be a part of it. Just come with an open Bible and a humble heart!