A Cup of Character
May FEFC Meeting
Tuesday, May 19th at 7pm
First Free Will Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall
Come enjoy a cup of tea as we discuss the "How To's" of the main reason we are called to homeschool our children: To Build Godly Character.
Tiffany Drabek, inspired by speakers at the Teach Them Diligently homeschool conference, will guide us in an open discussion format that will cover relevant topics that affect character. Topics discussed will address different ages and stages of our children. This is an opportunity for us to share our experiences, whether failures or successes, whether for babies or teens, so that we can mentor one another in the body of Christ.
Guests welcome! Bring a friend!
FEFC Curriculum Connection Book Sale
Book Drop Off: Friday, June 5th from 1pm to 5pm
Book Sale: Saturday, June 6th from 9am to 2pm
HOW TO MARK BOOKS TO SELL:
*Use blue painter's tape (this removes more easily than "removable" stickers) to attach a 3 x 5 index card containing the following info:
Book's grade level
Sets must be bound together with each piece/book marked as part of a set (ie: 1 of 3, 2 of 3, and 3 of 3). Sets may be contained in large ziplock-type bags as well. Large sets may be boxed together with the contents listed.
Non-members are welcome to bring books to sell. The assessment for non-members is a 10%-of-sales processing fee, not to exceed $30.
Unsold books will be ready for pick up from 2:30-3pm on Saturday. Books that are not picked up will be donated to Blessingdales.
Join us for FEFC Monthly Pre-School Park Day
We will continue to meet on the last Thursday of the month at 10am at Hull Park all summer long.
Please wear RED to any events you attend this summer so we can find each other!
Pre-School Group Coordinator Susan McCormick
Happy Anniversary FEFC!
Family Education for Christ is 30 years old this year!
We want to WELCOME homeschooling or potential homeschool families to our FEFC support group page! Our goal is to develop relationships with each other and to provide a Christian environment for homeschooling families! We are very EXCITED about this opportunity that God has given us to SERVE with other families!!
Contact us with questions at email@example.com
Returning to FEFC for another great year?
Brand New to FEFC?
How to join FEFC for the 2014-2015 year:
Read our Statement of Faith
Check out our By Laws
Click "Request Membership" located in the upper right-hand corner of this web page & fill out the form for online submission.
Questions? Contact FEFC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blessings in your 2014-2015 homeschooling journey!
The 2014-2015 Family Education for Christ Board of Officers
Janie Gibson - President
Cyndi Mullins - Vice President
Cecilia Clements - Secretary
Jennifer Bukowiec - Treasurer
FEFC is now on facebook! You can find us at:
Join us for our monthly FEFC Skate Day!
Skate Day is open to FEFC members & to guests. Monday, March 2nd will be our next morning of fun, fitness & fellowship on wheels!
Hope to see you there! See calendar for more info.
2014-2015 FEFC MEETINGS are free and guests are welcome so invite a friend!
3rd Tuesdays of every month at 7:00 pm
First Free Will Baptist Church, Savannah, GA
(no meetings in December)
See calendar for more info as dates draw nearer
FEFC supports the work of the local church and encourages families to be active and accountable in a body of believers. It is our intent and design that this group be neither a replacement for nor a hindrance to your own church commitment and involvement. For this reason, we stay single-minded in our function to serve as a tool for your homeschool, with our emphasis on providing meaningful educational and social experiences for you and your children. We strive to select activities that do not duplicate those which are generally considered to be the function of your local church.
The purpose of FEFC is to encourage member families to grow and thrive in their respective homeschool environments, and to facilitate their success by providing information and support services while upholding the biblical principles on which the association is founded.
According to the needs & interests of our families, activities include a wide range of categories (some constantly changing!) such as: Science Fair, Yearbook, Park Play, Speech & Debate Club, Sr. High Graduation, Craft & Bake Sale, Skate Day, Trail Life, American Heritage Girls, Support Group Meetings, Georgia Day Parade, TeenPact, Curriculum Connection Book Fair, Bowling, High School: Group Activities / Student Council / Spring Dance, Middle School Group Activities, Field Trips, Ice Skating, Workshops, Moms & Mentors (M&Ms), Kindergarten Graduation & more!