Jail/Prison Ministry

Matthew 25:36 and context declare the value of visiting those behind bars.  Bro. Dana Stone has headed up this ministry for a number of years. Mrs. Barb McDonough now serves in the outreach to women in prison.

Junior Church

Mark 10:14-15, Proverbs 22:6, and other passages confirm the vital importance of teaching Bible truths to children while they are young and pliable.  Bro. Chris Hively, Mrs. Ann O'Connor, and Bro. Caleb Kennedy, along with older young people of the church, faithfully serve each week in this vital ministry.

Ladies of Faith

Each week, a group of our ladies meet to read aloud the names of each of the missionaries and ministries supported by Faith Baptist Church and to pray for those missionaries.  Birthday, anniversary and encouragement cards are also signed and mailed to the missionaries.  Mrs. Barb McDonough, assisted by Mrs. Ann Jones, leads this vital ministry. Any lady is welcome to join them.  They meet each Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.

Men of Faith

Every Saturday at 6:30 p.m., the men of FBC gather to share prayer requests, pray for each other, and get some encouragement from God's Word.  Pastor David Rowan leads this weekly ministry and all men are invited to join them.



Nursing Home

Currently, the nursing homes are requesting "no visitors." Once these ministries reopen, we will let you know.

Open-Forum Bible Study

Principles taught in II Timothy 2:15, I Peter 3:15, and other passages are behind this special hour conducted by Pastor Rowan, Monday through Friday mornings each week at 8:00 A.M.  Bible questions posed by attendees are discussed and answered from the Scriptures.

Wednesday Youth Ministries

I Corinthians 13:11(a) speaks of children being children.  Mrs. Ann O'Connor, McKenna O'Connor, and Jessica Broward lead the "Little Praisers" (ages 3-6). Bro. David & Mrs. Bethel Stone, Bro. Blaine & Mrs. Jayne Card, and Adriana Patrick lead our "Patch the Pirate Club" (ages 7-12). These ministries meet each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.,  in which children have fun while learning character building and other Bible principles.


I Corinthians 13:11 speaks of transitioning between childhood and adult behavior.  The years between childhood and mature adult present challenges for young people as well as for their mentors.  Bro. Ted Griffith and Mrs. Barb McDonough love being there for our young people at this critical stage of their lives.


James 1:27 teaches the importance of visiting the hurting; Acts 20:20 applies visiting to house-to-house evangelism; II Corinthians 7:6 confirms the blessing of having a visitor come when we are down.  Assistant Pastor Chris Hively leads us in this vital ministry.  Scheduled Visitation is Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.  If you would like to go out on visits at other times, please contact the church office.

City of Refuge

A Ministry in conjunction with Helping Hands Missions:

View our Brochure here.