Our Current Worship Plan

SUNDAY, November 1
7:30 a.m. - Prayer Time in Sanctuary
8:30 a.m. - Morning Worship-Lord’s  Supper Observance
9:40 a.m. - Sunday School
11 a.m. - Morning Worship-Lord’s  Supper Observance (Childcare Birth-3)
5:30 p.m. - Special-called Business Meeting (2nd reading & vote on proposed 2021 church budget) 
6 p.m. - D-Groups for  Adults & Students; Kids on Mission (Childcare Birth-3) 

WEDNESDAY, November 4
5 p.m. - Family Night Meal 
6 p.m. - Adult Bible Study  & Prayer Time (Orr Hall); Students Loft Worship (Sanctuary); Children’s Choirs
             (Children’s Wing) (Childcare Birth-3) 
7:15 p.m. - Adult Choir Practice  & Orchestra Rehearsal

A Message from Our Pastor
Thank you to everyone who helped with our Second Harvest Mobile Food Pantry on Saturday, October 24! It was so good to work together as a church family to meet the physical needs of people in our community while at the same time providing an opportunity to address spiritual needs through praying, sharing God’s Word and encouraging them. Thank you for giving attention to both physical hunger and spiritual hunger as you have fasted, prayed, given and served with us during the month of October. Way to go FBC Paris!
This Sunday morning, we will begin a new focus for the month of November. We are simply calling it “Thankful.” During our weekly Sunday morning worship services, you will hear testimonies of thankfulness for how God is at work in the lives of people you know. Our sermon series this month will support the theme of thankfulness by exploring a variety of passages throughout the Bible.
This Sunday evening, you will have an opportunity to adopt our 2021 ministry budget plan. We appreciate the work of our personnel and budget planning committees, and we believe it is an appropriate plan for such a time as this. We will meet in Orr Fellowship Hall at 5:30 p.m. to answer any further questions you might have about the plan, and then we will formally adopt it. I look forward to seeing you Sunday!

In Christ,
Bro. Trent


In the midst of these changing times, we are still able to interact with each other. Below are a few resources to help you connect with others.

  • Zoom

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  • Facebook groups

    Facebook Groups are a great way to keep in touch with others in church. You can create your own group for your specific small group, invite the members of that group to join it, and share information instantly. You can upload videos, post photos, add text to check in on others, and more. Facebook even has privacy settings that you can utilize in order to secure your groups. Click the image to the left to be redirected to the Facebook Groups page.