Click HERE to register! All camps are FREE for kids in grades K to 5! Here’s a list of our Summer Camps:

  • Torchbearers (VBS)| July 12-179am-12pm
  • Sports Camp July 12-171pm-4pm
  • Daily Adventure Camp August 2-69am-4pm
  • Dance & Drama Camp August 17-199am-4pm

NOTE: We will need snacks for the kids who attend our Summer Camps! Suggested items: cheese strings, yogurt tubes, popsicles/freezies, crackers, cookies, chips, and watermelon.

For more info or to arrange snack drop-offs, email Pastor | 633-7515.

2020 Annual Report & CCC Meeting

2020 Annual Report & CCC Meeting

You are invited to review the 2020 Annual Report in preparation for our next CCC (Church Community Connections) Meeting (April 11). Click HERE to view/download the 2020 Annual Report. To steward our resources well, we will not be printing copies of the Annual Report for everyone, and so we ask that you let us know if you require a printed copy. Please note that the Financial Committee ReportApproved Budget, and Unaudited Financial Statements will be distributed at the CCC Meeting, immediately following the 10:45am Worship Service onApril 11. Please contact our Communications & Worship Director, Chris Diotte if you require a printed copy of the Annual Report or if you have any questions, comments or concerns about the Annual Report. You may contact Chris via phone (633-7515) or email ( Thank you for being part of our Church Family!

Frederick “Bob” L. Trecartin 1929-2020. Heartfelt Sympathy and Love to Roxanne Graham, Pastor Roger Graham and their family and friends at the passing of Roxanne’s dear father. May God be with them and bring them comfort in this time of loss. Please click below for obituary.

Frederick “Bob” L. Trecartin
Heartfelt Sympathy and Love to Roxanne Graham, Pastor Roger Graham and their family and friends at the passing of Roxanne’s dear father. May God be with them and bring them comfort in this time of loss
Here is what Josh Graham (grandson) had to say:
We all loved him so much. There was such a strength in him. Strength, and humility, and kindness that just radiated. He worked hard every day but Sunday, always in a clean dress shirt and pressed pants. If he took too much pride in anything, it might have been his giant, always immaculate lawn. He was genuinely glad to see anyone he knew, and people would light up when the saw him. He loved conversation and a good joke. He was a quick wit. He loved to highlight verses in his bible, and write down new things to think about, lessons to meditate on. Always striving to learn, and grow, and be a better person. He was honest to the point that people teased him about it. When I think of the kind of man I want to be, I think of him. He was grateful for everything he had, for everyone he loved, and he let them know it. Grampie, we’re all going to miss you enormously much. Love you. 💔
Frederick “Bob” Lowell Trecartin of Hartland passed into the presence of his Lord, entering his heavenly home, on Wednesday, February 11, 2020. He was born March 30, 1929 and was the son of the late Ransford and Sue Trecartin. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by two sons, Reginald (1966), Blair (1974); siblings, Gilbert Trecartin, Weldon Trecartin, Shirley (Gordon Hill) Craig, Eileen (George) Picard, Kenneth Trecartin, June (William) Haslett, Edward (Laura) Trecartin; brother-in-law, James Barrett.
Bob is survived by his wife, Mary Trecartin of Hartland; children, Roxanne (Roger) Graham of Saint John, Joe (Donna) Trecartin of Windsor, John (Kathy) Trecartin of Hartland, Starla (John) Wells of Presque Isle, ME; grandchildren, Joshua (Beth) Graham, Adam (Sherrie) Graham, Aleicha (Shelby) McDougall, Samantha Weston, Melissa (Cory) McHatten, Matthew (Angie) Harris, Lucas (Jennifer) Harris, Patrick (Natasha) Harris, John “JW” Wells; great grandchildren, Sadie, Greta, Phillip, Thomas, Nate, Trew, Jade, Ivy, Mya, Cage, Reese, Rielle, Cash, Raya, Jax; sister, Hilda Barrett; sisters-in-law, Glenna Trecartin, Noreen Trecartin; several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held at the Britton Funeral Home, 2 High Street, Hartland on Friday, February 14, 2020 from 4 to 8 p.m. The funeral service will be at the Britton Funeral Home on Saturday, February 15th at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Roger Graham and Pastor Doug Cook officiating. Interment will be in the Greenwood Cemetery in Hartland at a later date. If so desired, donations can be made to the Central Carleton Nursing Home. 506-375-4343

Saturday is fast approaching! This is an awesome opportunity to learn about sharing your faith with others using your own life and experiences in ways that others can relate to. Everyone is welcome to come, but you MUST let us know you are coming by Friday January 24th before noon because we are going to have FOOD and want to make sure we have enough. So call or email the church office ASAP and let us know you are coming!!! Please see poster below for details!

The FHB family of faith extend our love to Barb Melanson and family upon the homegoing of Abby Melanson. A cherished saint in the kingdom of God. In Memory of Alban “Abby” Joseph Melanson December 20, 1925 ~ January 14, 2020 (age 94) Please click below for funeral information, Thank you

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of  Alban Joseph “Abby” Melanson on January 14, 2020 at Bobby’s Hospice, with his loving wife and grandson by his side.  He was born in Moncton, NB on December 20, 1925 to the late Phillias and Marie (Allaine) Melanson and was a loving and devoted husband to his wife, Barbara (Boyer) Melanson for 63 years.  
Abby worked in Sales for his whole career.  He started out selling roofing products with Brantford Roofing (Maritimes) Ltd in Coldbrook.  When Brantford closed the factory, he moved on to MacFarlane Son & Hodgson and later to Schofield the Paper House, both Domtar companies, selling paper products, retiring in 1988.  Abby loved sports.  In his younger years he was an avid hockey and baseball player.  He was a great sportsman and he showed remarkable grace and rhythm on a pair of skates.  He was a strong man and a wonderful partner in life.  He was an active member of Forest Hills Baptist Church serving as a Ranger in the Christian Service Brigade and singing in the choir for over 40 years.  He was deeply committed to his Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.  He was a quiet man who was always respectful, kind and generous.  His family was always first with him.  He treasured the time he was able to spend with them and especially time with his forever friend and the love of his life, Barb.  Abby lived his life in such a way as to teach others how to live life and in dying, he showed others how to die, with grace and dignity….on God’s timeline.  He created a lot of lasting memories throughout his life and will be deeply missed and always lovingly remembered. 
He is survived by his best friend and wife, Barb;  daughter, Korrin (Rev Bart) Metcalf; grandsons, Jonathan (girlfriend Jennifer Graves) and Nathan (Stephanie); great grandchildren, Carson, Adam and Alina; sister Rose Horgan; nephew Norman Melanson; nieces, Suzanne Bodaly, Elizabeth Horgan (Andy) Cusack and Elizabeth (Wayne) Hatt. He is also survived by his brother-in-law Kenneth Boyer (Kathy) of Quispamsis, sisters-in-law Geraldine Campbell of Fredericton and Kathy Nelson of Saint John, along with many friends. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his siblings; Leonard, Alderic, Aurel “Mike”, Helena, Edna and Aurora.
Arrangements are entrusted to Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road (646-2424).  Visitation will be held on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 9:30am-12pm at the Forest Hills Baptist Church, 36 Mountain Road, with a funeral service to follow immediately at 12pm. There will be a reception following the service, at the church.    Private Interment will take place in Ocean View Memorial Gardens.  For those who wish, memorial donations in Abby’s memory to Forest Hills Baptist Church renovation fund or to Bobby’s Hospice, or to a charity of the donor’s choice would be appreciated by his family.  To place an online condolence, please visit