WEDNESDAY EVENING

Wednesday evenings are an exciting time at FBC Sonora. Here’s what you can expect as you arrive for…


DINNER @ 6p.m.

A meal is available by donation each week during the school year in the MRC Cafe. This is a time for family and friends to eat together before the rest of our evening activities begin. Dinner is served from 6:00-6:30p.m.  Our menu right now looks like this:

  • First Wednesday of Each Month:  Chicken tenders, mac & cheese, green beans, bread, and dessert
  • Second Wednesday of Each Month:  Breakfast foods (bacon, sausage, eggs, biscuits & gravy, pancakes, jams & jellies)
  • Third Wednesday of Each Month:  Soups, grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, and dessert
  • Fourth Wednesday of Each Month:  Pork tenderloin or meatloaf, mashed potatoes, peas, bread, and dessert
  • Fifth Wednesday:  Chef's Choice


PRAYER MEETING & BIBLE STUDY @ 6:30p.m.

Prayer Meeting & Bible Study for adults follows dinner at 6:30p.m. in the MRC Cafe. We share in a time of singing, prayer, and a Bible lesson from our pastor. The service concludes at 7:30p.m.


GPS FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH @ 6:30p.m.

Wednesday evenings are the primary teaching time for our children’s and youth ministries at FBC Sonora. GPS (Gospel Project Sonora) begins for both groups at 6:30p.m. and concludes at 7:30p.m. Both youth and children are currently involved in the Gospel Project Chronological, a journey through the story of the Bible. For children in 5th grade and under, GPS takes place in basement of the Main Building. If you are here for dinner, then some of our children’s workers will gather the kids when it is time to move to the Main Building, where you can pick them up at 7:30p.m. GPS for Kids is a time of interactive Bible teaching and hands on missions activities.


For students in 6th through 12 grades, GPS takes place in the MRC Youth Room located at the far end of the gym. We begin with all students together for a time of worship, prayer, and teaching before splitting into smaller groups (broken down by age and gender) to dig deeper into the night’s lesson and its application to our lives. About once a month, students will participate in a ministry or mission project. Some of those will take place at the church, while others may take us out into the community.