Dear heavenly Father, as we enter into a new year, please help us to accept both life’s little challenges and your restoring help with grace and gratitude. Help us remember that no problem is too large or too small for us to call out to You. Please help us remember that our hearts can be filled with joy every day, not just the easy days. We will be careful to give you all the glory, honor, and praise in Jesus name, amen.
A watch night meeting is a late-night service. Watch might services are held late on New Years Eve, this provides the opportunity for believers to review the year that has passed and make confession, and then prepare for the year ahead by praying and resolving. The service will include singing, praying, foot washing and exhorting. Join us as we pray out the old year, and pray in the new!
Date: Friday, December 31st Time: 10:00pm - 12:00pm Location: 628 E Adams Street
We will be meeting indoors for the rest of the winter. Starting at Siloam, we will be visiting some churches to serve, fellowship, and worship together. Come join us! Date: Sunday, 1/2/22 Prayer: 10:30am Worship Service: 11:00am Location: 628 E. Adams Street
Conflict is inevitable; how we handle it is not. God expects us to handle our conflicts differently than the world does. Alliance Peacemaking teaches how He wants us to deal with conflict.
This one-day seminar lays out the basic biblical principles of peacemaking and how God uses conflict to transform our lives. The training is for both leaders and laypeople.
Cost: $15/person | $25/couple Click below to register
About FBC We are an independent, nondenominational church with an over 30 year history in Tucson, Arizona. Of course, those are just technical details. Your natural question is, “Just who are you and what are you really about, anyway?”
We consider ourselves a spiritual community rather than just an organization. We are serious about living out our faith together as we serve each other and our community.
We hope that many years from now, when people talk about us, it will be said; they got the light of Jesus out to their city and world through their homes and church, working hand in hand, and it didn’t die with them but passed on to the next generation We are a group of ordinary people who have in common a life-changing belief in an extraordinary person: Jesus Christ.