Adult Programs & Events


Adult Members are involved in all aspects of church life; Worship Services, Bible Studies, Special Studies, Missions, and Team Ministry.  The Adult Program meets for both lunch and dinner programs, and schedules exciting trips. The group enjoys educational programs and Christian fellowship during these events.  This Ministry provides many seniors with fellowship and the opportunity to socialize with other Christians their age.


Interested in joining with other women for Bible study, fellowship, and fun? We'll study the book of Philippians and be reminded that Jesus is our source of JOY! We’ll meet on Mondays from 7–9:00 pm for 5 weeks beginning 6/17. Frances Overby is hosting and facilitating the study in her North Raleigh home. If interested, contact Frances (919-676-3545 / or visit


Men's Backyard Bible Study- 1 John expresses delight at believers who are "walking in the truth" and behaving in ways that reflect the gospel, and we invited all men to join us as we study this book. A different minister will facilitate the study in the backyard of the missionary house (rain location is the attic). Kickoff meal will be Wed, 6/12 at 6:30 pm, and Bible Study meets 6/12-7/31, at 7:00 PM (no meeting 7/3).


FHBC Fitness


FHBC now has a fitness room for adults. Located in room E-254 we have a stationary bike, recumbent bike and stretching information. Soon we hope to have a treadmill or 2. The room is available for use the following hours: M-T-Th 9:30 am-4:00 pm, Wednesdays 9:30 am - 7:30 pm, and Fridays 9:30 am-12:30 pm. We hope you'll use #fhbcfitness on social media to share your fitness pics from both on and off the FHBC campus.


Join us Workout 101: Stay True to Form from 5/13 - 06/27 at 9:15 am - 10:15 am Monday/Thursday in E250. This low impact, strength endurance & aerobic co-ed class will keep you fit for summer! Cost is $15.00 per session; no class on Mon, 5/27.


In Crowd

Our In Crowd ministry cares for adults who can't leave home as often as they would like to. Each In Crowd member is assigned at least one person who will visit them and one person who will send them cards. We want each In Crowd member to know that they are still a vital part of our church community, even if they may be physically absent from worship.

If you’re a volunteer who would like to record a contact with an In Crowd member, you can do so here.