Join us Sunday, September 11 as we begin our celebration of
150 Years of Engaging Community!
We’ll remember our earliest days as a community – hearing the words and songs of our foremothers and fathers in faith, enjoying the foods they would’ve feasted on, and marveling at the quilts that tell the stories of their journeys. We’ll unveil the plans for our celebratory year and learn a song written especially for our congregation on this occasion. Whether you’re new to the FBC community or your family has been here for generations, we hope you’ll come to be a part of this great day.
Schedule of Festivities
8:45 a.m. –
Pilgrimage to Original Church Site
Carpool leaves from FBC parking lot (or meet us at the South Yamhill Cemetery at McCabe Chapel Road at 9 a.m.). We’ll have a brief service celebrating our earliest days, remembering those who birthed our community and hearing their words.
10 a.m. –
Worship Service in the Sanctuary
11:15 a.m –
150 Years of Popular Potlucks!
Heirloom Quilt Show and Potluck in the Social Hall featuring vintage décor. Sliced Baked Ham provided plus two special tables of recipes from the 1880s and 1950s. IF your last initial is A – G please bring a salad; H –M a vegetable dish; N-Z a dessert.