First Baptist Church of Sterling (FBC), announced today that M-Cubed Information System is a double platinum sponsor of the First Annual Family Community Day.
Online PR News – 01-April-2010 – – "I am very pleased that M-Cubed Information System is partnering with us in this great community event.” said Bishop Leslie Patterson Jr. Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Sterling.
The First Annual Family Community Day is a special day for the community to celebrate families, an opportunity to explore and enjoy the creative culture and personality of the area. Local church choirs and artists from the Sterling community and surrounding communities will provide music. This festival is a great opportunity to have some family fun with the kids, and just enjoy being at a local event.
For more information about The First Annual Family Community Day should visit the church Web site at www.fbcsterlingva.org or call 703-430-3322.
About M-Cubed Information System
M-Cubed Information Systems is a privately owned company headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland. M-Cubed Information System operations expand across the nation through our offices in states such as Delaware and Missouri. In the past, M3 has worked with an extensive array of clients. M-Cubed Information System biggest client is the U.S. Government's Department of Treasury. Having received many awards such as the SBA Small Business Award of the year and being placed on the Inc 500 more than once, M-Cubed is a veteran when it comes to good service.
About First Baptist Church of Sterling
The vision, mission and goal of the First Baptist Church is to preach the gospel to the spiritually and economically poor; the
brokenhearted; to those who are in spiritual, emotional, physical and financial captivity; to give sight to the spiritually blind; and to
those who have been emotionally wounded and bruised by life's battles. The church’s 2009 focus is Service, Salvation and Stewardship. Bishop Leslie Patterson, Jr. arrived at First Baptist Church of Sterling in 1995 and has tripled its membership since that time.