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Events & Information

Save These Dates!

Friday October 9th-Monday, October 12th:
Our Senior High Fellowship will be taking their annual fall retreat to Tuftonboro for some group bonding time and team building tactics as they dive in to their 2015-2016 Fellowship year together! Contact Julie Flowers for more information or look for more details in upcoming Bulletins.

Saturday, October 17th:
Harborlight Nursery School will be taking over Wilbur Hall for their annual Fall Yard Sale. This is a great event to swap out gently used children’s toys, games and clothing, as well as outgrown furniture, strollers and other child-friendly gear, all while supporting HNS’ great start for our children’s education! More details will be coming shortly on how to donate items or lend a helping hand, and of course, when to shop!

Sunday, October 18th:
Three-Part Forum
We invite the church family and friends to join us dur-ing our traditional Christian Education Hour on Sunday morning, October 18th to participate in a Missions/Social Concerns forum at 9:30 AM. Gather with us downstairs in the Chapel for a presentation on two upcoming mission trips: one to Plymouth, North Carolina in 2016 and a sec-ond to Nicaragua in 2017. We also plan to discuss possible responses to the current refugee crisis during the forum. We encourage all to attend. Coffee, tea, and light refreshments will be provided.

Saturday, October 24th: All-Church Party!
Join us for a time of welcome and appetizers followed by a catered dinner and entertainment featuring “Voices of the Church Family”, then dessert, of course, and fellowship time. Stay tuned for all the details as the evening approaches. Reservations are required. To save your spot go to http://fbcbeverly.ticketleap.com/oct24

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Come Learn the ABC’s of FBC

Are you new to FBC? Considering membership?

If you are interested in learning more about FBC Beverly, a new Inquirer's Class is forming for those new to FBC, interested in baptism, or considering becoming a member. These classes will be hosted by Minister Kent Harrop. FBC’s Inquiry Classes are a wonderful way to learn about the values that guide our life as a congregation, how to nurture a life of faith and what it means to be an American Baptist. We meet for approximately five sessions (1-1/2 hours each) at a mutually convenient time for participants in a relaxed setting. Not only are these sessions the best way to learn all about FBC Beverly but they’re a great way to meet others new to the church, ask questions, and share insights. Please email (kharrop@fbcbeverly.org) or speak with Kent if you are interested. The hope is to begin meeting in late September.