Sunday Adult Classes

Our ongoing and eight-week classes meet on Sundays at 9am and 10:30am.  We hope they assist you to connect with God and others and that they provide an onramp into small groups.  Click HERE for more info.

Small Groups

Simply put, small groups are a place to practice what is preached. Members of a small group are loved, pursued, challenged, and transformed into a gospel-centered family that desires to live life together in Christ.  Click HERE for Next Steps.


Opportunities are available to invest in the lives of others. We have multiple ministry opportunities and more are added as needs arise.  Click HERE for Next Steps or HERE for learn more about our SOS [Servants On Standby] Team.


Everyone needs someone to turn to for direction and spiritual encouragement - a mentor. We serve as a resource for those who are already engaged and to connect those who wish to mentor.  Email  to sign up for mentoring! 

Local and Global Missions

It is our desire to meet needs in our community and throughout the world. Annual mission trips in the US and around the globe are planned through our Mobilization ministry. For more info click HERE.

Assisted Living / Homebound Ministry

Phone calls, visits, music, ministry, and communion in the home are offered to those who are unable to get out. Your participation is welcome.  For more info click HERE.  Since May, 2022 we've been leading a weekly service each Tuesday at 2pm at Grand Living Georgetown, right across the street from our church.  Please email  if you are interested in serving.

Meals Together

Meet new people and renew friendships at a local restaurant or at a banquet at church about once a quarter.  For details see our Upcoming Events section below.


Day and overnight trips to explore, enrich, and serve are offered quarterly. For details see our Upcoming Events section below.


Click the date to see more information:

Tuesday, March 28 | Dessert and a Book | 10a | Parlor

Men and women are invited to hear this delightful book review and to pray for missionaries celebrating their birthdays. Boots Brizendine, a local author of four books, will be our guest. Her two adult books are Grandma Thoughts and Heart Thoughts - both daily devotional books to inspire the reader to mediate on Scripture as God speaks to the hear. She has also written two children’s books, The Wise Owl and Mommy Why? Since she is a great grandmother who has been answering children’s "why questions" for three generations, she knows a thing or two from God’s Word to answer their questions. I know one grandma that will be there and I hope you will be there also. For more info, please email Marsha Saucier:Bring your “coins for missions” to donate to this quarter’s ministry, “Laundry Love.” The desserts are always yummy and fellowship delightful. For more info, contact Marsha Saucier. 

Friday, April 7 | Fredricksburg/Kerrville Day Trip

Fredricksburg/Kerrville Day Trip
Friday, April 7

On Good Friday be traveling by chartered motor coach, enjoying the beautiful bluebonnets and Hill Country. We'll depart from the church parking lot at 7am and return to the church by 6pm. We're planning time to explore downtown Fredricksburg, Texas, have lunch together at The Auslander German restaurant, stroll through The Coming King Sculpture Gardens in Kerrville and read Scripture and have prayer at the base of a 70' high cross, and enjoy the beautiful wildflowers at the Wildseed Farm. The cost, per person, is $75. That includes everything: your bus transportation, bus driver tip, lunch with a drink, gratuity and tax.

Saturday, April 15 | Educational Seminar: Social Security | 10am | E2.109/111

Topic: Social Security

Saturday, April 15 [new date]

10am | E2.109/111

Presented by: Mr. Steve Tatro, Retirement Resources Texas

Steve is a member of FBG.

At this FREE workshop you will learn…

  • How much Social Security you and your spouse stand to receive over your joint lifetime
  • Rules and guidelines for when spouses should apply for benefits
  • How the decisions you make in your 60’s can determine the amount of income you or your surviving spouse will have in your 80’s and 90’s
  • How spouses with little or no prior earnings can take advantage of Social Security benefits
  • How a little-known rule passed in 2000 has opened the door to creative spousal strategies
  • What all higher-earning spouses should know about retirement and survivor benefits
  • Two key things you need to know about Social Security survivor benefits
  • How remarriage affects survivor benefits from a former spouse
  • How to avoid mistakes at your Social Security office

For more info, contact Pastor Bryan Waggoner at

Register Here

Saturday, April 29 | Educational Seminar: Home Safety | 10am | E2.109/111

Home Safety
0am, April 29, E2.109
Guest Instructor: Leah Cipolla

Leah is an occupational therapist, and the founder and owner of Solstice Care Therapy of Georgetown. In this FREE seminar, she'll share the top 12 things you can do today to increase your or your loved one's safety at home. What does it mean to successfully age in place? Learn practical, easy to implement strategies to increase safety at home, with suggestions for home modifications when things are different than before - when you or a loved one returns home from hospital or rehab.

Register Here


The definition of generation is “People born and living about the same time, considered as a group.”  Multiple generations attend FBG and it’s our desire to be an intergenerational church, where all the generations get to know each other and worship and serve together. Our Generations Ministry offers opportunities for 55+ and encourages intergenerational ministry and cooperation throughout our church body. We encourage you to use this season of life to wholeheartedly invest in your relationship with Jesus Christ, develop meaningful friendships, and to serve the church body.


For more information or to request prayer, please contact our Generations Pastor Bryan Waggoner at 512.943.8109 or .