Everyone is invited to join us for our special Harvest Day worship service on Sunday, October 10th at 10:00 followed by an incredible “dinner on the grounds”. Harvest Day was first celebrated in 1955 as a way to celebrate the “seasonal members” who were leaving town before the winter months. Since we are no longer a “seasonal” church; Now, it is the closest thing we have to an old fashion “homecoming” as we celebrate all the God is doing in and through First Baptist and our faith community.
Join us for one of our Wednesday night small group studies starting on Wednesday Night, September 8th at 6:00. We have several to choose from with some lasting 6-8 weeks and others 10-12 weeks. There will also be activities for children and students.
We will be joining hundreds of other churches in North Carolina by celebrating “fill the tank” Sunday on September 12th and the 19th by providing an opportunity for anyone who is interested to participate in Baptism. If you are interested or would like more information, contact the church office. We already have many signed up to participate and we are excited to see what God has planned for this powerful time of obedience and worship!
As we move into a Post- Covid period, we are re-establishing all of our Ministry Teams who plan, lead and implement many of the important ministries of the church. This is voluntary service and a great way for you to apply your spiritual gifts to benefit the church body and participate in ministry to our community. Check out the list of teams and sign up today. New Teams will start on July 1st.
Join us on Sunday mornings this fall for a new sermon series from the Book of Hebrews. This series gives us some great examples of how to live and stand for your beliefs and principles in a culture and society that is hostile towards those beliefs. In a culture that is searching for truth and answers, do we really believe that Jesus Christ is sufficient for those answers and needs? Join us to find out!
We are back worshiping in person and live in our Worship Center every Sunday morning at 10:00. We continue to practice safety protocols through our service to provide you the best option for your family. Mask are optional and use your best judgment on social distancing. If you are still uncomfortable meeting in person, please continue to join us live online.
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Begun in 1955, Harvest Day is the closest thing we have to a “homecoming” here […]