Senior Adults - Monthly Schedule


AWOL Social Luncheon (September - May)
We have a social luncheon for all senior adults once a month, usually the third Thursday of the month at noon in Rushing Hall. We offer all sorts of neat programs including local performers, missionaries, informational presentations for seniors, and much more. We've also had themed luncheons, catered Christmas banquets, and luncheons including all the senior adults from the entire Baptist Association. The Sunday school classes of FBC typically provide the potluck (with lots of desserts, including sugar free!), and there is no charge, except for the catered Christmas and Valentine's Banquet each year.*
* The Christmas and Valentine's Banquets will be held in the Gym, rather than Rushing Hall. These will be catered events, and tickets are typically $5 and go on sale 2-3 weeks before the banquet.


"42" Tournament

September 22, October 27, November 17, off for December
Tournaments are typically the fourth Friday of each month, with a few exceptions, from 6:00-9:00 pm in Rushing Hall.
You can also come play each Wednesday from 9:30 am to 12:00 in Rushing Hall.


Senior Adult Men's Breakfast (September - May)

First Thursday of every month from 7:30-8:15 am in the Gym.
Join us for a hot and hearty breakfast, fellowship, and testimonies of how God is working. We'll be serving biscuits, gravy, sausage, and eggs, along with juice and coffee.

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SEPTEMBER
 22  42 Tournament
 25  SBTC Women's Forum Meeting
 27  See You At The Pole

OCTOBER
   5  Senior Adult Men's Breakfast
   7  Students Broom Hockey
 11  Discover First with Pastor Brad
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Service Times

SUNDAY WORSHIP  CHILDCARE
9:30 am   Small Group Bible Study
10:45 am   Worship Service
6:00 pm   Evening*
        *Only 2nd and 4th Sundays of month
    1st Sundays - Small Group fellowships
    3rd Sundays - Community Outreach or other
    5th Sundays - Various

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