Adult Sunday School: 9:45 to 10:45

Discipleship II is a  32-week Bible study beginning Sunday, September 10th. The study will cover Genesis and Exodus in the Fall and Luke and Acts in the Spring. The 1 hour class will include a video and dynamic group discussion. Participants are encouraged to read their Bibles daily. This study will help you become a better disciple of Christ and can lead to life-long friendships.

Location: Conference Room across from the Business Office
Leaders: Paul and Kim Winslow and Breck Daughtrey (note leaders not teachers)
Cost: $40.00

Letters of Peter will be a discussion study led by Carol Johnson.
Location:  Lumpkin Classroom.

Opportunities During the Week

The FSBC Prayer Ministry Team

When –2nd & 4th Saturday mornings, 8:00 – 9:00 am in the chapel, Williams Hall

To request prayer:

The FSBC Prayer Ministry Team was formed in December of 2014, with the aim of making prayer a priority through the transition process. We now recognize how important prayer is to our church, through every season.

All are invited to attend. These meetings have rotating leadership, so that we can share different methods of prayer with each other. We seek God on behalf of our church, its staff and lay leaders, as well as interceding for church members and the community. The team also includes an email prayer chain of members who commit to pray for requests received by email.


The Lunch Bunch

When – Once every two weeks for lunch, discussion, and fellowship

The Lunch Bunch is a group of women who get together to discuss books and build relationships. Last year the group studied works by Nadia Bolz-Weber and Rachel Held Evans. They meet at lunchtime, various days, usually every other week, but it depends on work schedules. Currently the group is deciding on where to meet and what book to read for discussion.


Tuesday Morning Ladies Group

When – 1st & 3rd Tuesday at 10 am in 3rd floor Meditation Room, Williams Hall

Study: Seeing the Word.
Where: Meditation Room, 3rd floor Williams Hall Meeting
Dates:  10 am on September 19th, October 17th, and November 14th
Seeing the Word is a program of guided reflection that makes it possible to pray with images from The Saint John’s Bible – the first handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine Abbey in more than 500 years.
What is Seeing The Word? Seeing the Word combines Scripture passages and sacred artwork from The Saint John’s Bible with the powerful prayer process of visio divina.
What does Seeing The Word accomplish? Participants are guided through a powerful prayer experience rooted in Scripture and supported with sacred art.
What is involved in Seeing The Word? Participants LISTEN and MEDITATE on Scripture, SEE with eyes of faith as they gaze on illuminations, PRAY to God, CONTEMPLATE the Spirit’s movements, and reflect how they might further BECOME CHRIST-LIKE: the 6 steps of visio divina.


Tuesday Evening @ 7:00 p.m.

The Way of Forgiveness: On Tuesday evenings, beginning September 12, Angie and Bob Guffey will co-lead the 9-session small group study, The Way of Forgiveness, a stand-alone study from the “Companions in Christ” series. Companions in Christ: The Way of Forgiveness encourages individuals to live a forgiven and forgiving life in response to Christ’s call. Practical and inspirational, The Way of Forgiveness will encourage you to grow in the heart and mind of Christ by first examining the shame, guilt, and anger that stand in the way of the wholeness that Christ taught. As you participate in these studies, you will grow in God’s love through daily spiritual practices such as prayer, journaling, group sharing, and prayerful attention to scripture.


FSBC Men’s Book Club

When – 3rd Mondays at 6:30 pm

The Freemason Street Baptist Church Men’s Book Club (MBC) will meet September, October, November, January, February, March, April, May, and June. Meetings typically last until about 8:00 pm and include a light meal. The men read quality fiction (Pulitzer Prize winners in some cases), biographies, autobiographies, war history, history, current events, and whatever else may be of interest. All men are welcome.  The September meeting will be September 19 and will explore The Billion Dollar Spy by David E. Hoffman.