FBCG offers Special Interest Groups where men can connect. These are some great ways to connect at FBCG, check out the programs below.

Men’s prayer group meets on Tuesdays at 6:00 – 7:00 A.M.
East Campus, Room 203, (the room right across from the doors going to the workroom and offices downstairs)

New members are always welcome to just show up. Some members of the group have been meeting for over 20 years and a few for almost 30. Join us for coffee and a muffin while we share prayer needs. We pray for each other and our families, our pastors and staff and leaders, our church’s mission trips and youth events, our country’s leaders, etc.

For more information, contact Clark Cheney at clarkcheney@gmail.com, or Steve Jeffrey at stevejanjeffreycor@sbcglobal.net.

Strong Fathers Strong Daughters helps teach fathers how to lead their daughters. Check out the Strong Fathers Strong Daughters Page for more information.

This men’s ministry is both a project and a relational ministry in building relationships through ongoing service to people in need. Specifically, helping widows, widowers, and single parents. The focus of the ministry is first toward the First Baptist family and then into the community.

Teams of men ( 4 to 6 ) meet one Saturday morning per month for prayer before going on to a care receiver’s home for a couple hours of fellowship and work. One does not need any do-it-yourself skills; all one needs is a heart for helping others around their home.

Some of the jobs we do are hang doors, clean gutters, and rake leaves. Advanced projects can be electrical, plumbing or window and roof repairs.

Contact Steve Salvati at srsalvati@dstoutput.com

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