Sunday, February 2, 2020

Family Meal Wednesday
Served: 4:45-5:45PM | Suggested Donation is $3/person or $10/family
Sign Up by Monday: Ramp Bulletin Board, in SBS class or call the office
Menu: Taco Salad & the desserts you bring. Desserts are on a donation basis; feel free to share a dessert any time.
Special Needs: If you know of a shut-in or elderly person you would like to deliver a meal to, please sign them up and indicate “Shut-In”. Meals for special needs are free of charge.
Annual Business Meeting THIS Saturday @ 9:30AM – We’ll be discussing the new potential Children’s Director position. The list of newly nominated Board & Committee members and proposed budget have been posted on the ramp bulletin board for your review! And we’ll be voting on new membership. Annual Reports are available at the Info Desk!!
Barnabas Sunday During the first Sunday of every month, FBC collects food items for the Danville Food Bank. The collection basket is in the Foyer TODAY. February’s need is for Soup.
Volunteers Needed for Lenten Tea FBC will be hosting a Lenten Tea on Wed, March 4th at 1:30pm. If you are interested in helping setup, serve and/or clean-up at the event, please contact Diane Gelbaugh.
Red Cross Blood Drive will be here February 10 in the BFLC from 1:00-6:00pm. Stop and see Jack and Brenda who will be serving food in the kitchen to all donors!
LuoPad Team Join us the first Thursday of every month in the gym at 9:30am. If you’d like sewing lessons so you can help out, contact Patty Miller. Monetary donations can be made out to FBC with LuoPads in the memo.
Pizza with the Pastors – Sunday! Following the 10:30am service For new attenders—Join the pastors for an informal time together to get better acquainted. Sign-up at the Info Desk, ramp bulletin board or your Sunday class.
HOT OFF THE PRESS! Grab your copy of the Annual Reports located at the Info Desk. You do not have to be a member to take a copy. Please read prior to the business meeting so we can hit the ground running!
Awana Derby Workshop – FRIDAY, FEB. 21 – 6-8PM – Parents/Guardians and their kiddos will be working on their derby cars to get them ready for the Awana Grandprix on Saturday, Feb. 29. We are looking for 2 “pros” to help out parents/guardians at each of the following work stations at the workshop:
  • Wood Cutting – Pros are in place!
  • Sanding
  • Painting
  • Wheels n Axles
  • Weigh Station
Want to help? Circle “D” on your connect card and specify which station you’d like to work at. Any tools/materials you want to bring would be appreciated, but are not necessary.
Family Game Night – THIS Friday | 6-9PM – Join us for fun, games and snacks in the BFLC! Bring a favorite game to play! ALL AGES WELCOME!
Weather Cancellations – Ever wonder if a service, class or study has been cancelled due to bad weather? Here’s where you can find your answer:
  • Our website:
  • Radio Stations WPGM (96.7 FM & 1570 AM) and WGRC (107.7 FM, 91.3 FM, 90.7 FM & 107.1 FM) will be notified
  • Danville School Decisions – If Danville Schools are dismissed early or cancelled on a Wednesday,then our Wednesday evening Family Dinner and activities are cancelled as well.
TREASURE FEST – Begins Saturday, February 16th! We are getting a jump on spring cleaning here at FBC and will soon have a display setup of items free for the taking!! From electronics to books to craft supplies to furniture and more! Treasures sure to be found!
Understanding Today’s Youth Culture – A Seminar for Parents, Teacher and Other Youth Workers
  • Saturday, February 22 9a-3p at the Danville Middle School
  • Register Today @
  • Standard Ticket: $15 | Teachers/Youth Workers: $8
     Dr. Walt Mueller is the founder and President of the Center for Parent/Youth. Understanding, a non-profit organization serving schools, churches, and community organizations across the U.S, Canada, and worldwide in their efforts to strengthen families by helping those who know and love children and teens to understand today’s rapidly changing youth culture. 
     Walt’s educational background includes research and studies in the disciplines of sociology, anthropology, theology, and postmodern generations.
     Walt and his wife Lisa live in Elizabethtown – the home base of CPYU – and they have four grown children and five grandchildren.
     Walt wants people to know that his greatest joys have come as a dad. He is not an expert on any of these issues, but rather sees himself as a fellow struggler with other parents and grandparents who are endeavoring to understand the world of kids in order to provide solid guidance and direction in the midst of a very confusing world.
  • Cultural Forces Influencing Children and Teens
  • Understanding Popular Music and Media
  • Children, Materialism and Parental Pressure
  • Understanding Negative Peer Pressure
  • Raising Love-Sane Kids in a Sex-Crazed World