Supplies for Puerto Rico

FBC Covington will be collecting supplies for the people of Puerto Rico for the next two weeks. We have designated the west entrance as the drop-off point. We are collecting five items: Diapers Baby Bottles with Nipples Powder Baby Formula Baby Wipes Feminine Hygiene  

Hurricane Harvey Relief Items Needed

Bring your donations to church this weekend. FBC Covington will be collecting items for Harvey Relief! We plan to fill an entire trailer to send with our teams that will be helping with recovery from the hurricane. Please bring donations with you to church this weekend and drop them off at the trailer in the back of the FBC Covington …

We Need Your Help Finding & Serving The Needy

 We are looking for your friends and neighbors in need.  Please help us.  If you know a neighborhood or area affected by the floods please email that information to Bill Pianke @ Wpianki@yahoo.com or call 337-396-1496. Bill is with the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief and he is coordinating relief efforts. He will dispatch groups to assess damage and mud out teams to areas in …

DISASTER RELIEF CHILD RESPITE CARE

CHILDREN, THE FORGOTTEN VICTIMS OF DISASTERS NEED YOU. FBC is working to establish the Louisiana Baptist Convention’s first Disaster Relief Child Respite Care Unit. The trailer for the unit has been provided by the LBC and the Georgia Barnette State Missions Offering. You can help too! Visit our table in the foyer begining November 24 to see how you can …

Giving Thanks Program

Giving Thanks Shopping List Through our partnership with the Samaritan Center, Thanksgiving meals will be provided to area families in need through the “Giving Thanks Program.”  Each meal consists of a set list of non-perishable food items and $50 worth of perishable foods distributed by Winn Dixie.  You can be a part of this in several ways. ABF classes can …

Haiti – A Day of Memory, A Day of Hope

By: Jay Johnston,D.Min. January 12, 2013 Today is the 3rd anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti that resulted in over 300,000 deaths. It is estimated that over 1.4 million people live under tents or on the streets of Haiti. In 2011 a cholera outbreak occurred with an estimated 8,500 deaths and this number is rising. Many of the people in …