Activity Hubs build community around shared interests—a sport, a hobby, a passion, or a vocation. The options are endless and we hope these groups are as diverse and creative as the people of FHBC. They provide easy, low-commitment ways of getting to know other followers of Jesus and create natural opportunities to invite others in. Activity Hubs meet regularly or semi-regularly during a fall, winter, or spring season.
Disc Golf Hub
Leader: Matt Reynolds
Grab a friend and gather at a local course to enjoy some recreation. This is NOT frisbee golf. Some discs will be available for use or bring your own. We will gather Sunday, October 4th (3pm) at Cascade Park & Sunday, October 18th (3pm) at Garfield Park. Requires walking at least one mile over moderate terrain. Plan to spend approximately 90 minutes playing 18 holes.
Leader: Steve Hoffman
Want to enjoy the outdoors, hone your marksmanship, prepare for hunting season, teach your son or daughter about gun safety—or perhaps learn a new skill? You don’t have to own your own gun to participate. There will be a fee to cover ammunition and targets. The group will gather on Saturdays (1-3pm) on October 17 and 24.
Mixed Martial Arts Hub
Leader: Anthony Rondy
Enjoy good exercise and camaraderie and gain confidence and new skills. The group will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am in the FHBC Gym.
L.I.F.T. (Ladies in Fellowship Together)
Leader: Shirley Miller
Gather every other Thursday evening for dinner and games. And this group is always looking for ways to engage in serving others through acts of kindness.
Leaders: Keri Ellyson, Nicole Reith, Leah Shomsky
Gather events provide casual opportunities for all women of FHBC to connect amidst their busy lives. It strives to allow unlikely paths to cross and aims to help create deeper bonds that foster unification. They have a continuously updated Facebook page and send email invites to the ladies of FHBC. Their next event is a bonfire on the evening of October 2nd.
Leaders: Rusty Brewster, Tim Simon
Breakout consists of periodic events for the purposes of outreach, fellowship, and building relationships. Typically, these times are designed to be non-threatening opportunities to which you could invite a non-believer (outreach does not have to be a one-on-one effort).