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Holding Hands

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resources to help you through hard times

“There are some things in life we aren’t meant to go through alone” - Curt Nunn, longtime FBC church member 

Being a community that is for each other and walks with each other is central to who we are as a church. There are a number of resources that could be helpful to you as you journey through all that life brings. For more info on any of these, contact Steve or Bronwyn.


  • Homegroups - small groups that meet weekly throughout Yolo County to develop friendships  and seek God together

  • Helping Hands - our meal train and odd jobs group for people in our church community, when you need some extra support

  • Celebrate Recovery - a biblically balanced approach to help bring sustainable recovery and healing to our hurts

  • Freedom From Pornography - a confidential weekly zoom gathering where people are finding freedom from lust-centered addictions

  • Pastors - meet with any of our pastors to process and pray through life situations

  • Premarital mentoring - we pair engaged couples with married couples to walk through Save Your Marriage Before It Starts to help them prepare for marriage.

  • Therapists - we partner with Community Counseling Associates to provide affordable counseling at our church campus to individuals and families. We can also recommend other excellent local therapists

  • Spiritual Directors - Spiritual Directors help you to listen and recognize how God is active in your life, giving way to a deeper friendship with God and direction in life

  • Life Coaching - Coaches help you get unstuck in life and make progress on your most important goals

  • Prayer Partners - FBC members John and Elaine Busch have the spiritual gift of listening and interceding with people to seek God for healing and transformation.

For more information about any of these resources, please contact Bronwyn Lea.

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Steve Luxa

Steve Luxa

Senior Pastor

530.758.7100 x18

Bronwyn Lea

Bronwyn Lea

Pastor of Discipleship & Women

530.758.7100 x23

Additional Resources

Benevolence: our community shares financial resources to support people in our church community, that are in crisis. If you have exhausted your resources and need a little financial support for food, rent, counseling, etc., you are warmly welcome to complete a short application process

Mental Health: call or text 988 for mental health, emotional distress, and suicidal crisis.

Local grief support groups

  • Empower Yolo for free domestic crisis intervention, emotional support, advocacy, information and referrals.

  • Cal VCB provides financial assistance to victims of crime and help them restore their lives

  • STEAC: Short Term Emergency Aid Committee of Yolo County

  • CalHOPE for compassionate guidance through life issues

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