Posts by Josiah Brown

Christmas Eve Service Reservations

This year, due to distancing protocols and anticipation of increased attendance at the Christmas Eve Services, we will be making a few changes to our Candlelight services. These changes are Covid-prompted for this year, and thus not likely to be permanent changes to the services.  Things also may change before December 24th; we will notify you immediately if plans change. There will only be one service this year, at 6 pm on December 24th, and it will be live-streamed also…

New Instructional Video – Returning to Worship (Oct. 4)

We’re excited to return to in-person (indoor) worship beginning Oct. 4th! Please watch this video for information about Covid-19 restrictions and safety procedures. David’s Tuesday email will provide additional information, including FAQs. Please let us know if you do not receive David’s once-a-week email update. Finally, thank you to the students who helped produced this video! Here it is:

Food Pantry Needs

The best time to drop off food is 4-5pm on Wednesdays. Drive up to the Friends Center and someone will be out to take it inside. You can also coordinate another pickup time with Josiah Brown or Carter Powell Wednesdays do not work for you. Thank you in advance for donating to the food pantry! Josiah Brown: Carter Powell: Food Pantry Needs: Peanut butter and jelly Mac and cheese Mash potatoes Hamburger helper  Dry goods meals Bags of…

CORE/FUSE – Zoom Edition

Sunday night youth groups have moved to Zoom! FUSE (6th-8th grade) is 6:00-6:45pm and CORE (9th-12th) is 7:00-7:45pm. Both groups will have time for a short lesson, games, and announcements. Zoom links will be sent out via Remind (text @ffcstudent to 81010 to receive Remind text messages with Zoom links and other Student Ministries information). I hope to see you on Zoom! Questions? Contact Josiah Brown. Email:; Phone: 405-240-6680

Activities for Kids!

Hi parents! Click the link below to access a spreadsheet with a TON of great activities for kids. Remember to check back once a week or so to see what new activities have been added. Click here for the Activities for Kids spreadsheet!

Student Ministries Communication During COVID-19

Hey everybody! There are three main channels to get information for Student Ministries activities during the pandemic. You are always welcome to share this information. Questions? Contact Josiah.  FFC Website. This is where we’ll post updated information throughout the coming weeks. Remind. Text @ffcstudent to the number 81010 to subscribe to my reminder text messages. Facebook and Instagram. We started two new Facebook groups: (1) “FFC Students” and (2) “Pandemic Partners – Friendswood.” “FFC Students” is a space for students…

Student Bible Study – Zoom

We will continue our Bible Study via Zoom – an online communication platform –  on Wednesday nights from 7-8pm. Bible Study is for all Junior High and High School students.  Students will need to download Zoom on their phone or computer to participate. It’s pretty easy. Make sure your mute button is off.  See ya Wednesday! This is the link to join the Zoom session. It will be updated weekly.

Food Pantry Update

The Friends Church food pantry will be open on Wednesdays from 2:00-3:00pm. We will operate out of the Friends Center porch. Please spread the word that this is available for anybody who needs food. Additionally, we are accepting food drop-offs through your car window during that time. Everything will be cleaned before going into the pantry. Please consider donating food to keep this important ministry fully stocked! 

Friends Summit 2018 Blog, Part 2

This is a continuation of an earlier post. Click here to see those earlier blog posts and a short description of Friends Summit. Molly Black: Summit was a week packed full of conversations. One of my passions is getting to talk to future missionaries. So, it was such an honor for me to walk alongside several young ladies as they discern next steps in their journey. I also had some really encouraging talks with young adults from Friendswood. I was challenged…