Supporting Our Community

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
― Mother Teresa

 

Well, that’s what we try to do…”small things with great love.” Like Mother Teresa, the FBC family see countless needs among our neighbors and countless opportunities to help them. So, what is our motivation? Actually, the life of Jesus. His example and His grace reminds us that “church” is a verb not a noun. So that thought alone propels us to get involved, stay in touch, take a risk to help hurting people where ever they are. Have you visited the Seeds of Hope gardens? We are growing food to fight food insecurity. Or, maybe you’ve been driving around the county and seen some of us building a ramp to bridge barriers for the disabled. If animals are your thing, you’ll see some of us helping out at the Appalachian Therapeutic Riding Center to give young people with physical and mental disabilities the joy and the calm relaxation of being on a horse. If you sing or play an instrument, we gently touch the hearts of people who are sick or lonely. You could even see us helping the homeless at the WNC Rescue Mission in Asheville.

Like many others, we support various local service agencies and even medical missions in Haiti! Honestly, you might see us anywhere…

 

·         Tri-County Pregnancy Center

·         Domestic Violence Center

·         Habitat for Humanity

·         Reconciliation House

·         Disaster Relief

·         Stop Hunger Now!

·         Doc and Ceci Ransom Memorial Scholarhip

·         Baptist Retirement Home in Asheville

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
― Mother Teresa

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
― Mother Teresa

 

Well, that’s what we try to do…”small things with great love.” Like Mother Teresa, the FBC family see countless needs among our neighbors and countless opportunities to help them. So, what is our motivation? Actually, the life of Jesus. His example and His grace reminds us that “church” is a verb not a noun. So that thought alone propels us to get involved, stay in touch, take a risk to help hurting people where ever they are. Have you visited the Seeds of Hope gardens? We are growing food to fight food insecurity. Or, maybe you’ve been driving around the county and seen some of us building a ramp to bridge barriers for the disabled. If animals are your thing, you’ll see some of us helping out at the Appalachian Therapeutic Riding Center to give young people with physical and mental disabilities the joy and the calm relaxation of being on a horse. If you sing or play an instrument, we gently touch the hearts of people who are sick or lonely. You could even see us helping the homeless at the WNC Rescue Mission in Asheville.

Like many others, we support various local service agencies and even medical missions in Haiti! Honestly, you might see us anywhere…

 

·         Tri-County Pregnancy Center

·         Domestic Violence Center

·         Habitat for Humanity

·         Reconciliation House

·         Disaster Relief

·         Stop Hunger Now!

·         Doc and Ceci Ransom Memorial Scholarhip

·         Baptist Retirement Home in Asheville

 

Well, that’s what we try to do…”small things with great love.” Like Mother Teresa, the FBC family see countless needs among our neighbors and countless opportunities to help them. So, what is our motivation? Actually, the life of Jesus. His example and His grace reminds us that “church” is a verb not a noun. So that thought alone propels us to get involved, stay in touch, take a risk to help hurting people where ever they are. Have you visited the Seeds of Hope gardens? We are growing food to fight food insecurity. Or, maybe you’ve been driving around the county and seen some of us building a ramp to bridge barriers for the disabled. If animals are your thing, you’ll see some of us helping out at the Appalachian Therapeutic Riding Center to give young people with physical and mental disabilities the joy and the calm relaxation of being on a horse. If you sing or play an instrument, we gently touch the hearts of people who are sick or lonely. You could even see us helping the homeless at the WNC Rescue Mission in Asheville.

Like many others, we support various local service agencies and even medical missions in Haiti! Honestly, you might see us anywhere…

          Sound interesting?  You are always welcome.

·         Tri-County Pregnancy Center

·         Domestic Violence Center

·         Habitat for Humanity

·         Reconciliation House

·         Disaster Relief

·         Stop Hunger Now!

·         Doc and Ceci Ransom Scholarship

·         Baptist Retirement Home