Sunday Schedule

English
9:00 am - Sunday School
10:45 am - Worship Service (Sanctuary)
10:45 am - Childrens Worship
 
Mandarin
9:00 am - Worship Service (Worship Hall)
10:45 am - Sunday School
 
Cantonese

9:00 am - Worship Service (Sanctuary)
10:45 am - Sunday School
 

Vietnamese

2:30 pm - Worship Service

Weekly Schedule

Recent Sermons

得勝有餘的感恩
Romans 8:31-39
By Bro. Ken Law on Nov 19, 2017

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O Give Thanks to the Lord
1 Chronicles 16:4-36
By Godfrey Hom on Nov 19, 2017

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得勝有餘的感恩
Romans 8:31-39
By Bro. Ken Law on Nov 19, 2017

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Upcoming Events

Dec
11
Help prepare Christmas gift boxes destined for children around the world, who will also hear the wonderful Good New of Jesus. Volunteer dates at Operation Christmas Child processing warehouse. December 11, Monday 9am-1pm December 11, Monday, 1-5 pm December 16, Monday 9am-1pm Contact: christmas-child-info@fcbcfv.org. Must be 13 years or older.

Operation Christmas Child

Dec 11, 2017


Help prepare Christmas gift boxes destined for children around the world, who will also hear the wonderful Good New of Jesus. 

Volunteer dates at Operation Christmas Child processing warehouse. 

December 11, Monday 9am-1pm

December 11, Monday, 1-5 pm

December 16, Monday 9am-1pm

Contact: christmas-child-info@fcbcfv.org.  Must be 13 years or older.

Dec
16
Help prepare Christmas gift boxes destined for children around the world, who will also hear the wonderful Good New of Jesus. Volunteer dates at Operation Christmas Child processing warehouse. December 16, Monday 9am-1pm Contact: christmas-child-info@fcbcfv.org. Must be 13 years or older.

Operation Christmas Child

Dec 16, 2017


Help prepare Christmas gift boxes destined for children around the world, who will also hear the wonderful Good New of Jesus.  

Volunteer dates at Operation Christmas Child processing warehouse. 

December 16, Monday 9am-1pm

Contact: christmas-child-info@fcbcfv.org.  Must be 13 years or older.

Recent Blogs

Over the next few months we will be going through a new sermon series on selected Psalms. The psalms have always been one of the favorite books throughout history. Jesus quoted the psalms frequently and naturally as if He had the psalter memorized. The apostles both knew the psalms (Acts 16:25) and instructed others to sing and meditate on hymns, psalms and spiritual songs (Eph 5:19) surely including the psalter. And then we have the testimony of saints throughout history who have loved...
Re: The King of Kings - Psalm 2 Why is the world so angry at God? (1-3) It makes no sense, God who is perfectly holy and good? Not only does it make no sense, it is ridiculous. They are picking a fight against God and there is only one possible outcome . . . defeat.
Re: What Do You Boast In? – Gal 6:11-18 This past Sunday, we concluded our series of Paul’s letter to the Galatians. The question was asked, “What do you boast in?” Though boasting is often viewed in a negative light, it does not necessarily require such a connotation. The question can be rephrased, “What do you find your greatest confidence, satisfaction, or hope in?” As Paul closes his letter, he exposes the Judaizers' boasting in their flesh, while also revealing that he boasts as well....

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