SUMMER AT FBJ

Summer is just around the corner, and we have so many exciting opportunities for you and your family to connect with others and grow in your relationship with Christ. Whether you’re interested in Bible study, summer camp, mission trips, or serving, we have a place for you. Check out some of these upcoming summer opportunities happening at FBJ!

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Summer Study
Finding Rest for Your Soul
A Study of the Sabbath

July 7, 14, 21, & 28
5:30–7:00 p.m. • Fellowship Hall East
Summer Study returns in July as Pastor Chip Stevens leads this study of the spiritual discipline of Sabbath and how we can find rest for our souls.

Students (completed 7th-12th grades ) and Adults will be in the Summer Study, while Preschoolers and Children (completed 1-6th grades) will have related activities.

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Base Camp

July 15–17 • 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. 
Hey, kids, we have a great camp experience for you this year. Gary Permenter will be our guide as we come back to our base right here at FBJ before going back to school in the fall. We’ll spend the mornings in worship, Bible study, and growing in God, and go off-campus each afternoon for a fun activity (please be sure to complete and return the waiver form for off-campus activities when you register).

One Camp

June 27 – July 1
Cost: $375
All 7th - 12th (completed) students are invited to join the FBJ Students for a time of fun, worship, and growing deeper in your faith at One Camp 2024. This will take place June 27 – July 1 at the  Fort Bluff Camp in Dayton, TN.

Don't miss out on a chance to bond with your friends, have some fun, and grow in your walk with Christ!

Cost: $375. Registration closes on June 20 and full payment is due at this time. A non-refundable deposit $100 will be charged when registering.

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Summer Strings Workshop

June 12, 19, 26; July 10, 17, 24
4:00–5:00 p.m. • S501
Cost: $125
This workshop is open to students with at least two years of playing experience and will focus on technique, ensemble playing, and having some fun too.  Adults are welcome. It is not necessary to be an Academy of Arts student.