February 28- March 7, 2021


Second Sunday in Lent

February 28 – March 7



“God says, “I confirm my covenant that is between me and you and your future offspring throughout their generations.” Genesis 17:7



“Almighty God, by the power of your Holy Spirit open our eyes, ears, hearts, and very lives to your presence so that today we may worship and serve you in faithfulness, be blessing and healing reminders of your love to all whose lives we touch. We offer our prayers in the name of Christ. Amen.”



[Please wear a mask and maintain social distancing.]

Sunday, February, 28, 2021

10:00 a.m. Worship, “I Believe in the Holy Spirit”, John 14:18-25

6:00 p.m. 16th Walk Through Black History, “Ruby Dee” [Virtual]


Tuesday, March 2, 2021

6:00 a.m. Coach’s Group @ Village Inn


Thursday, March 4, 2021

7 p.m. Virtual Reading Mark Group, Mark 7-8


Sunday, March 7, 2021

10:00 a.m. Worship, “The Holy catholic Church…”, Mark 12:28-31




  • The Uzbek mother left the hospital but is not stable enough to get her baby back yet. Pray for wisdom and for courage and strength on her part to do what is needed. Pray for the boyfriend and father of the baby who has no work and struggles to care for them. We have had some good opportunities to minister to him and pray for him.
  • Pray for the Russian woman in our care to find peace and healing as she waits to go home. She is asking about baptism.
  • Pray for several women who struggle with addictions and need some intervention. Pray for wisdom and openness to accepting help with rehab.

Please pray for discernment, wisdom, and breakthrough in spiritual battles. There have been a lot of spirit manifestations. A lot of women are needing deliverance. Pray their hearts will desire and seek after freedom.


Weekly Scripture Meditation – [3.7.2021]

The Church, as a whole, is invited to participate in reading and meditating on the lectionary texts for the upcoming Sunday. The texts for Sunday, March 7 are as follows: Exodus 20:1-17; Psalm 19; 1 Corinthians 1:18-25; John 2:13-22.


March Birthdays & Anniversaries

Hank Goldstein 3.9

Solomon Sun 3.10

Hector Quintana 3.11

Lori & Tim Hinkle 3.19


A Virtual Gospel of Mark Study

We are announcing a six-week study of Mark, the earliest of the Gospels.

2.18.21 Mark 1-3

2.25.21 Mark 4-6

3.4.21 Mark 7-9

3.11.21 Mark 10-12

3.18.21 Mark 13-14

3.25.21 Mark 15-16

We will begin on Thursday evening, February 18 by discussing the reading s for that evening. Join us by emailing me and I will send you the link. We will meet each week from 7-8 p.m.


Westminster Food Distribution 2021

Our church has been partnering with Westminster Presbyterian Church in their Food Distribution Program. Here are the dates for the 2021 year: April 24, August 28, and December 18. Our assistance is very appreciated by our friends at Westminster. The typical time commitment is 8:00 a.m. to Noon.



“Looking Back with Ruby Dee”

February 28th @ 6:00 p.m. Go to our website www.fbcdbq.org and go to link for YouTube.


Ms. Dee was an acclaimed actress and author. She graced the stage and screen for more than seventy years. She was the first Black woman to appear in a major role at the American Shakespeare Festival, in Stratford, Connecticut. She made several appearances on Broadway before getting national recognition for her 1950 film, The Jackie Robinson Story.

Ms. Dee was deeply committed to her art and the Civil Rights movement. She paved the way for future Black actors both on and off the screen. She crusaded for civil rights and spoke out against injustice. Tune in as we view life through Ms. Dee’s eyes.


March, April, May Daily Bread Available

Let Linda know and she will mail them out to you, or you can pick up a copy in the foyer.

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