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OCT. 28: FFMC's Virtual Birthday Breakfast!


Join Faith Family Medical Center ONLINE in just two weeks for our first-ever Virtual Birthday Breakfast. We have so much to look forward to! In addition to our very special guest speaker, Amy Grant, Gov. Bill Lee will be stopping by with a message just for Faith Family's viewers!

Remember our event will be livestreamed on our website and Facebook at 7:30 am on Wednesday, October 28. However, you can visit our Birthday Breakfast page and sign up to receive a link the morning of the event to watch it at ANY time!

Our Birthday Breakfast is an essential morning for healthcare access in our community and its success is crucial in allowing us to fulfill our mission: Driven by faith, we provide hope and healing to our hardworking neighbors in need. This year it is easier than ever to spread the word and to donate. You can donate any time by clicking the button below or visiting the Birthday Breakfast page on our website.



  • There are multiple options for your friends and colleagues across the country to enjoy the event with you!
  • Tune in on our website or Facebook pageat 7:30 am on Wednesday, October 28.
  • Receive a link the morning of the event by registering their email on our Birthday Breakfast page and watch at any time

Sign up for Birthday Breakfast Emails

More exciting event updates to come... stay tuned!

Questions about the event or how you can help?

Contact Hannah Stone at 615-649-3031 or


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