Reaching Out To The Community

The Recreation Ministry exists to reach lost people of all ages for Christ and to disciple those that already know Him through the medium of recreation. I have become all things to all men so that by all possible means, I might save some. 1 Cor. 9:22


You will need
A piece of paper and some tape or other items that can be balanced—i.e., a wooden spoon, a feather, a dial rod, etc. A Bible marked at Hebrews 11:13-16
Get Started
Take turns trying to balance items on either your middle finger or in the palm of your hand. You can use a wooden spoon, a feather, a dial rod, or just a piece of rolled up paper that is taped to make a narrow cylinder.
The KEY: The key to balancing any item, professionals say, is to keep you eyes focused on the top of the item. Don’t look at your hand. Look up.
SAY—God wants us to keep our eyes on Him too. Even though we can’t see Him, He has given us the Bible that is full of promises to which we can cling. He has also given us Himself and wants us to keep Him the focus of our lives.
Read Matthew 14:22-33 from your Bible.
ASK—When did Peter start to sink? (When He took His eyes off Jesus.)
ASK—What are some ways that people we know might take their eyes off Jesus? (By letting sin have a place in their lives; by starting to live for things rather than for Christ.)
ASK—What can you do to grow closer to Jesus and to help keep your focus on Him? (Read the Bible, ask your parents to read the Bible as a family, pray together, encourage each other in Christ, go to church, etc.
Pray intentionally with your kids!
Bedtime Bible Reading:
At bedtime tonight, read a great Bible bedtime story from 2 Kings 6:8-23 and see someone (Elisha) who saw a touch situation through the “eyes of faith.” His focus was on God, not the things going on around him.

Camp Voyager 2020

Camp Voyager is June 6th- 11th for Boys and Girls who have completed 4th grade through 6th grade. Camp Voyager is held at an ACA accredited camp facility located in the beautiful mountains of Hendersonville, NC. The camp features cabins with bunk beds and bathrooms, a dining hall, three gyms, two lakes, a pool, tennis courts, ballfields, water slides, climbing tower and much more. Our Camp Staff includes a camp nurse and adult/college counselors with a ratio of 1 to 6. Certified lifeguards are used at all water events. All meals are all-you-can-eat.

Heading Home Baseball

A safe and friendly environment for K4-2nd grade. With one practice and one game each week, kids will learn the basics of baseball on balanced teams through a unique drafting system. Registration is open! Don’t miss out!

More Information

LOCATION: FBS Ballfields, 3060 Huntington Drive

(behind the school for the Deaf and Blind). Includes five lighted fields, playground area, restrooms, and concession stand.


Practices begin week of March 2 First Game March 21

Awards Night Monday, May 18

LEAGUES K4 & K5 (co-ed) T-ball.

*Must be age 4 by January 1.

1st-2nd Grade (co-ed) Coach Pitch

PLAYERS RECEIVE Jersey, Cap, Socks, End-of-Season Trophy

PLAYER EVALUATIONS Players must attend the evaluations Saturday, February 15 at the FBS Ballfields.


Early Registration (Monday, January 20 – February 15) cost per child is $65, with an $8 discount for each additional player in the same family. After February 11, registration cost is $80. Deadline to register is Saturday, February 15. We accept cash, checks, and credit card (VISA, Mastercard).

Register online or visit the Recreation Office: Monday–Thursday / 8:30–11:45 AM and 1:00–5:00 PM, Wednesday nights / 7:00–8:00 PM, Fridays and Saturdays / 8:30–11:45 AM



Spartanburg Co-Ed Ultimate Frisbee

Our CO-ED ultimate league is open to anyone age 17 and above. You may sign up as an individual or as a team. Teams consist of 9-14 players. Registration is now open and closes Thursday, May 14th. Most games will be played Thursday nights. 

7+ game season and single elimination tournament

Cost: $10 *Each player will get a tee shirt 

Location: FBS Ball Fields (3060 Huntington Dr. Spartanburg, SC 29302)

Men’s Summer Basketball League

Our Men’s Summer Basketball League will consist of 7 regular season games plus a single-elimination tournament. Most games will be played on Tuesday nights. Leagues are open to high school juniors and above. Registration is OPEN and deadline is Thursday, May 14th. 

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