Celebrating Black History

Februrary 19, 2016

FTBS is excited to share with you some exciting events, some that have taken place over the last month and others coming up in February and March. Read on below for recaps, updates, news, and some pictures and videos from our services and events.

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"A Daily Walk in the Beauty of Holiness"

On Sunday, January 31st, FTBS welcomed three dynamic and inspiring guest speakers: Sister Adrianne Nesby; Sister Tanya Davis; and Sister Doris Young. These remarkable women wowed a packed house with their gifts of preaching, testimony, and song. See some pictures of the afternoon in this week's Photo Album later in this newsletter.

*A special thank you to Sister Debra Davis for organizing and hosting this moving event*

Black History Moments

Throughout the month of February, FTBS will be honoring and celebrating black history with a series of speakers. This past Sunday, February 14th featured the history and singing of the Black National Anthem led by Minister Ruth Scott, followed by two dramatic readings of Paul Laurence Dunbar's "We Wear the Mask" and "A Negro Love Song," shared by Brother Tim Parham. You can view one of these readings in this week's Featured Video Highlight. Check out the Upcoming Events section for an update on what's coming for the rest of the month!



Weekly Worship Service

Every Sunday

Fellowship and Refreshments (9:00-10:00 a.m.)

Service (10:00-11:30 a.m.)

Systematic Bible Study

Every Thursday (7:00-8:15 p.m.)

*We will continue with our study of the Book of John.*

New Member Classes

Classes for new members will take place on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. with Minister Ruth Scott. If you are interested in joining FTBS, please email us at foundationaltruthministry@gmail.com or call/text 908-692-6694.



February Events and Black History Moments

Join us on February 21st for our Sunday morning worship service and hear from guest speakers Carmen B. Scott (Exclusively Boochi) and Martin A. Scott (Wealth Manager - C&A Financial), as part of our ongoing "Black History Moments" segment for the month of February.

Finally, on February 28th, FTBS welcomes Minister Elizabeth Pierce, who will share some poetry!

Strike Out Homelessness with FTBS

FTBS is looking to build bowling teams for the March 6th "Bowling for Homeless" fundraiser! If you would like to join the team, please email us at foundationaltruthministry@gmail.com.

Sunday, March 6th

Knob Hill Country Lanes

363 NJ-Route 33, Manalapan, NJ 07726

6:00-8:00 p.m.

The cost per person is $20 and includes 2 hours of bowling, shoes, pizza, and soda.

*All proceeds will benefit the Freehold Clergy Association's Emergency Housing and Advocacy Program.

March 2016 "Save-the-Dates"

Please save the date for the following events coming in March:

March 6th

  • Holy Communion Sunday
  • "Bowling for Homeless" Fundraiser

March 25th

  • 12:00 noon Good Friday Service at Continental

March 27th

  • Easter Service



* Featured Video Highlights *

Tim Parham's reading of "A Negro Love Song," by Paul Laurence Dunbar
Praise and Worship before morning service



Minister to Others

We are looking for male volunteers to minister to homeless men in Freehold overnight. If you or someone you know is interested, please contact Pastor Scott at 908-692-6654.


Please contact us with any questions, concerns, or spiritual needs at foundationaltruthministry@gmail.com.

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