ACCESS - "Growth Experiences for where you are in life."
What is ACCESS?
ACCESS is a formative experience on Wednesday nights offered by FBC and the surrounding neighborhood community. These growth experiences will focus on elements of life that matter to all ages.
What seminars are available?
Adult ACCESS - Wednesday nights, 6-7 pm, Summer 2014
Stories from “The Bible” will inform Summer Wednesday Supper Discussions
Our traditional summertime Wednesday supper-and-video discussion series will focus upon the British-produced docudrama, “The Bible.” Airing in recent months on the History Channel, this multi-episode, made-for-TV movie consists of dramatizations of familiar Bible stories. During June and July our mid-week supper crowd will enjoy the meal, and then view the story of Noah’s Ark (or Moses and the Exodus, or David and Bathsheba, or Jesus in the synagogue at Nazareth, etc.), followed by a lively discussion. Plan to make your dinner reservations and join us. Led by Steve Pressley, Fellowship Hall (108)
Kids ACCESS - Wednesday nights, 6:15-7:15 pm (September - May):
Children participate in music, missions and fun activities.
When do they meet?
Adult ACCESS, Wednesday nights, 6-7 pm during summer months & 6:15-7:10 pm September-May
Kids ACCESS, Wednesday nights (September-May), 6:15-7:15 pm
Where do they meet?
Classes meet in a variety of rooms (classrooms, fellowship hall, Chapel, etc.) as scheduled.
How much are the seminars?
There is typically no cost to ACCESS classes, unless a special dinner is included with the event or a speaker is brought in to lead the study. There may be an occasional cost for materials/books, but it is based on the class topic.
How do I register?
Most classes do no require registration. If you do need to register for a class topic, click here to email the education office or call 274-3286, extension 288.
Who can I contact if have more questions?
Adult ACCESS: email Steve Sumerel, Pastor, Adult Learning
Kids or Family ACCESS: email Virginia Reynolds, Assistant Pastor, Preschool/Children