Next Adult Sunday School Classes

Start January 14, 2024

Sunday School for all ages and the Nursery are available.


Get to Know a Youth Leader


Membership Podcasts

These podcasts exist to equip our church to live out meaningful membership in the power of the Spirit to the glory of God!


Joshua Owens

Lead Pastor

Pastor Josh joined Faith Community Bible Church as our Associate Pastor in January 2008. He received his BA in Biblical Studies from Liberty University, holds a Master of Divinity from Trinity Theological Seminary, and received his Doctor of Ministry from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in May 2018.

Prior to his ministry at Faith Community Bible Church, Josh served as a Bible teacher at Evangel Christian School in Woodbridge, VA (his hometown). He is married to Laura, whom he met at Liberty University and they have three children. It is a joy for the family to serve at FCBC as it is Laura's home church and her family lives in the area. During their free time, the Owens family enjoys reading together and any outdoor activity in beautiful NH. 

Welcome to FCBC!


Michael Foose

Family Pastor

Pastor Michael and Shelby Foose joined in the work God is doing at Faith Community Bible Church in August 2021. Michael and Shelby met at Liberty University, where Michael received both his undergraduate (2015) and Masters of Divinity (2018) degrees.

In 2016, Michael and Shelby married and moved to Michael’s hometown in Lancaster, PA and served in the church he grew up in. Michael and Shelby have one son. As a family, they enjoy spending their free time in God’s creation.

The Fooses deeply appreciate that discipleship is the focus and mission of FCBC. Michael is passionate about helping people take the next step in their walk with Jesus.

Contact Pastor Michael


FCBC Youth Group exists to proclaim the Gospel and make disciple-making disciples.

Join The Conversation

Discipleship Podcast Series


A great way to get connected

is through our

Hand Pointing Right  Guest Luncheon  Hand Pointing Left


"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” - Matthew 28:16-20


Great Commission

We the Church have been sent by Jesus to the task of the Great Commission. This mission is for everyone in the church, not just the missionaries. Making disciples – that’s our task. No one is excluded. There are no spectators.

So, everyone has a mission and our missions program is aimed at outreaching with our mission to those outside this local church. Our missions program puts emphasis on reaching the least reached peoples of this world especially through church planting.

We as a church seek to learn about and pray for missions. We seek to go and send people to the mission field. We seek to welcome people from other people’s around the world and mobilize our own to be going.  

Membership Matters

Leader: Don George

Are you interested in becoming a member of our church? Are you interested in learning more about church membership? This class will review the biblical precedent for church membership. We will have discussions throughout the class.

Sunday Mornings

Homework: weekly

Prayer Workshop

While there is far more to developing a rich prayer life than can be covered in five weeks, we hope to deepen your dialog with God. Each week we will look at a biblical text, reflect, and respond in prayer. After all, it is of little value to read and reflect on prayer without actually praying! To prime the pump for this workshop, we encourage you to read a book from the suggested list, in the link below, before Jan. 8th.

Regardless of what you do or do not do by way of preparation, we believe all will be able to glean from this workshop on prayer.  



Sunday Nights 6-8 pm


For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function,  so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. 

- Romans 12:4-5


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Church Chats

Q & A chats with our Pastors


Christmas Offering

This year, we would like to start a new Faith Family Tradition–A Missions Christmas Offering. This year Haiti has been hit hard on multiple fronts. Out of the unrest and suffering, people are looking for hope. Many are finding their way to Vision Church with Pastor Rosinel. Would you partner with us by investing in a roof for Vision Church with the goal of impacting Haiti with the only hope–the gospel of Jesus Christ?

The Christmas Offering will be collected in person on Sunday, Dec. 4. You can give in person or online through the end of December. Please earmark it: Christmas Offering


"Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous works among the peoples." Psalms 96:3

Christmas Day

Join us for a Christmas Day service. After some Christmas carols, you'll hear a short devotional from Pastor Josh on how understanding the origin of the gift helps you thank the giver.


  • Sunday, Dec. 25 at 10 a.m.
  • Nursery and Bible Explorers will not be available.

"For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord." Luke 2:11

Christmas Eve

Join us for one of two Christmas Eve services on December 24th. This is a great opportunity to invite others to join you in celebrating the birth of Christ!


Saturday, Dec. 24 at 5 & 7 p.m.

"Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy." Luke 2:10

Christmas Caroling

Please join us for a fun evening of Christmas Caroling in the neighborhoods of Loudon. 

Meet us at FCBC on Dec. 11th at 3pm. 

Bring a soup to share for us to enjoy after caroling. All ages welcome. 

  • Young Adults ages 18 to 25

    Jennie & Eric Steinhauser

    This small group meets in Concord for seniors in high school to age 25. We spend time in prayer and in Bible study, digging into God’s Word and encouraging one another to pursue Christ throughout the week.

    Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

    Concord, New Hampshire

Christmas Community Choir

You're invited to join us for a Community Choir experience featuring music, artistry, laughter, and more. Be sure to hang around afterward for pictures, holiday treats, and fellowship! We do recommend that you arrive early as seats will fill up quickly.

  • Several churches are partnering together to form a larger choir to serve the surrounding Loudon communities.

  • The same carols will be sung December 4th and December 10th. Come to one. Come to both. Starts at 6PM each evening.

  • Please plan for the event to last one hour.

  • No, you do not need a ticket. The event is free and seating is available on a first come, first-serve basis.

  • We recommend that you arrive 15 minutes before the service, especially if you will be sitting together with a large group.

  • All kids are welcome to attend and join in the singing! If they get tired of singing, we will have some activity packets ready for them at the door. Please grab one as you enter. We also have two nurseries if you need a quieter space.


Here at Faith Community Bible Church, we love having guests. Whether you’ve grown up in church all your life, or have never been to church before, we hope that FCBC will be a warm and welcoming place for you, where you are engaged with the truth of God’s Word and the love of God’s people.

Every Christ-follower a disciple,

Every mature Christ-follower

a disciple maker.

Join us at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings.


Thank you for your interest in Faith Community Bible Church.  We know that trying a new church for the first time can be a little uncomfortable.  Many faces and activities that are unfamiliar.  At FCBC, we want you to feel at home as one of our guests, because at some point we were all guests!  We want you to learn about our church and get connected in a way that makes sense for you.  


Here are some questions you may have when visiting.

What entrance do I use?

Our main entrance is on the right as you look at the building from the parking lot, under the awning.  Our greeters look forward to meeting you.

Do you have a nursery?

We love children!  Our nursery provides a safe and caring place for children ages three and under during our Sunday School hour, 8:30 am to 9:30 am, and the morning worship services at 10:00 am.    

What is the preaching and music like at FCBC?

The message from the pulpit is always God-honoring, scripture-based, and delivered by men in service to Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.

At our worship services you will find a mix of traditional hymns and Christ-centered praise music.  

What are the ages of those attending FCBC?

At our service you will see a mix of people in all seasons of life. Seniors, young adults, teens, and families with children all worshiping together.

What do the people of FCBC wear?

Our church family dresses casual to formal.  

How does FCBC practice the Lord's Table?

Our Communion Service is held on the first Sunday of each month. During Communion, you will have an opportunity to remember what Christ has done on the cross through the symbolism of the bread and the cup.  Our Elders and Deacons serve the bread and the cup to the congregation.  Upon receiving the elements, please wait to take them until our pastor leads us to take them corporately.

What do you have available for children and youth?

  • At our morning worship service, children age three through fifth grade are dismissed after worship to attend our Children's Ministry, Bible Explorers.  First time attendees, please escort your child to class and introduce yourself.
  • September - June we offer Sunday School classes for children through Grade 12 at 8:30 am.
  • In addition to Sunday morning, there is a Sunday evening gathering for youth ages 11 to 18 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

A great way to get connected is through our Guest Luncheon.