our Savior and King!
Dear Church Family and Friends,
Most of us have experienced the death of a loved one. The initial
news fills us with sadness and grief; sometimes we are overcome by these
feelings. Sisters Mary and Martha experienced much of this when
their brother, Lazarus, became ill and died. As Jesus approached
their home, Martha greeted him with the words, "If you had been here, my
brother would not have died. Even now I know that whatever you ask God,
God will give you."
Words and Music "Olivet to Calvary". Please click
in the Church Sanctuary. Worship service starts at 11:00 a.m.
Children's Sunday School
starts after Moments with the Children during the Worship Service.
▪Tuesday Bible Study continues at 11:30 a.m.
- 1:00 p.m. in
the church kitchen. We are now studying "The Story" of God and His
people. Click here
to know more.
"What's a Christian?" ..."Are you one?"
..."What do Baptists
believe?" ... "What does it mean to be a member of First Baptist Church of
Pastor Martha Dominy answers....
We invite you to commit your life to
Christ. Would you like to learn more?
Have you asked
these questions below? Check it out...it's worth knowing.
What's our Church Purpose Statement?
What's our Mission?
▪ What's our Church's Covenant?
Parish House at 98
Parish House is 98 years old but still vibrant and strong.
She was constructed in 1914 and dedicated on the 3rd of
October that same year.
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The Church building is handicapped accessible and an elevator
provides access to most program areas. Also, nursery care is provided for
infants and toddlers during the worship service.
On Stewardship and
give thanks and Sing!
Yes, give thanks for our Pastor, staff,
kids, youth, middle
ages, seniors, choir, Sunday school,
hymn books, Parish house,
volunteers, etc... more>
do Stewardship and
in common? A few hundred years ago, immigrants
to this land from England, thankful
first year, with the help
natives, held a feast.
feast with a holiday called
Proverbs 17:22 says, ďA joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed
spirit dries up the bones." God does have a sense of humor throughout
the scriptures. However, while God appreciates laughter, we must
exercise wisdom and discretion in their use. He does not condone
laughter at the expense of others or laughter over sinful things.
Philippians 4:8 tells us to think on things that are pleasing to the
Lord and to encourage others. Our speech should be edifying, and so, our
humor as well.
have fun >
Layperson of the Year Recipients
FBC History Search
Daily Vacation Bible School
Why Go To Church? Hebrews 10:19-25
Rev. Dr. George H. Tooze and the books written
about the life and letters of
Emily Chubbuck Judson...more
Adoniram Judson 200th Anniversary Celebration Acknowledgment....more