This past Sunday we began a new sermon series called “Love Letters”. I have heard the letters from the Apostle John referred to as the love letters of the New Testament but upon closer examination all 21 letters written in the New Testament speak clearly of the love God has for us and the call for us to love God and love our neighbor as ourselves. Join us live at 300 S Lorena and/or on Facebook Live as we examine all 21 letters in the weeks between now and the end of this calendar year. Thanks for being a part of this journey where Christ has called us to walk and work together. Pastor Tom
When a caring community has a need they respond. In the early church the widows of the Greek community had been neglected. They church responded and appointed some to take care of the needs. 2000 years later FBCWR saw a need and responded, if you have a gutter that needs cleaned and you are not able to do it yourself, let us know. You have a maintenance problem, no problem, we probably have someone who can handle it for you, let us know. You may have noticed a little blue slip in the back of the pews, fill it out, let us know your need. You may also call the church office and/or just let someone know. There may be some things we can’t handle and we will let you know if that is the case but you won’t know if you don’t ask. Oh, by the way, we won’t know if you don’t ask. Thank you FBCWR for being a caring church in a hurting world.