In addition to our regular Sunday morning gatherings, Franconia Baptist offers other opportunities during the week for studying the Bible and building discipling relationships. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Franconia Baptist offers Discipleship Classes every Sunday at 9:30am. These one-hour classes are aimed at equipping adults on a variety of topics, including Biblical Studies, Theology, Christian Living, Church History, and more. Childcare is available.
The classes currently being offered are as follows:
This class purposes to provide a theological and practical approach to the various issues associated with marriage, spiritual leadership, family, and parenting.
Teachers: Donn Northup & Tommy Vaughn
Location: Multi-purpose Room (Education Wing)
We will study 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John, as well as the letters to the several churches found in Revelation 2 and 3. Format will be Q&A.
Teachers: Eric Williams & Mark Staples
Location: Upper Room (Sanctuary building)
Every Wednesday evening we gather to for a time of prayer, fellowship, and verse-by-verse study of a portion of God's Word. We invite you to join us on Wednesday evenings, even if you can only come occasionally.
Current study: Ephesians
Community Groups are available for members of Franconia Baptist. These groups meet at various times throughout each week, usually in someone's home. The goal of Community Groups is to promote gospel growth, unity, and service through close, accountable, and committed relationships.
For more information on Community Groups, please contact the church office.
At FBC, we are committed to cultivating authentic personal relationships, with the aim of loving one another and doing one another spiritual good. These discipling relationships are at the core of our life together as a church. In fact, all of the above discipleship opportunities are undertaken with the goal of equipping and encouraging Christians to pursue relationships that are Christ-centered, authentic, servant-oriented, and appropriate. This vision pervades everything we do, as we seek to obey God by making disciples (Matt. 28:18-20) and living out the "one another" commands in God's Word (John 13:34-35; Eph. 4:32).
One-to-one discipling takes place at various times throughout each week as individual believers meet with one another for prayer, Bible study, accountability, encouragement, and other means of helping one another grow in faith and godliness.