Senior Adults are an important and active part of the FBC family. We place a great value on all our Senior Adults. They are committed to serving in whatever area needed, such as teachers, committee members, volunteers, choir or just about anything else that needs a touch of God’s love. Titus 1:7 instructs us to share the knowledge we have gained.
Our seniors have an abundance of wisdom to pass along and they have something special that many of our members are lacking, years of experience. By sharing their lives, people are bless and encouraged to live the Christian life with patient endurance.
Our Objective is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by providing a ministry of Bible study, worship, care and encouragement.
Sunday School is the central focus of our ministry. Sunday morning activities offer times of fellowship, singing of hymns, Bible study, and prayer. Departments and classes provide a place where lasting friendships are formed. We offer men’s, women’s and couples classes. Come join us each Sunday at 10:15am.
Banquets, trips and conferences are scheduled throughout the entire year. Our members are encouraged to invite friends or family to join them. We take a variety of one day and extended trips to places like Dallas Music Hall, Branson, MO., the Smokey Mountains, and Myrtle Beach, SC. For more information call the church office.
Have questions? Contact Brad Haile - or call 936-564-7379.
Low impact aerobics, meeting on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays from 8:15 – 9:15am in the CLC.
Senior Adult Choir meets on Wednesdays at 10:00am in the Chapel.
The first Monday of each month, We eat out at a local restaurant (announced in advance). Reservations are made by calling the Church office by 10:00am the day of the luncheon.
The BennAt Mullen Bridge Ministry
The Bridge Ministry seeks to be a caring, loving outreach to the widows and widowers of FBC. Nine individual areas are being developed to provide friendly visits, minor home care, transportation if needed, planned car checks, friendly telephone calls, cards of remembrance, assistance for the young and new widow, and activities with the youth of our church. The Biblical admonition for the deacons, and the church body at large, to care for the widows and widowers presents an exciting opportunity for blessings for all.
Younger / Olders
Meets the second Thursday of each month in the Fellowship Hall. Participants bring a covered dish, and when the meal’s done, the fun begins with “42” and great fellowship.
Monthly luncheons feature musical guests and/or speakers. Meets the last Thursday of each month at 12:00 noon in the Fellowship Hall. The entrée is provided by the church, and the covered dish come with our seniors.