Everyone 55 and older is invited to join us for a free lunch following the worship service on Sunday, September 10th in the Fellowship Hall. Sponsored by our children’s ministry, our children will be serving and providing entertainment. Email the church office to make your reservations.
All men are invited to our first annual Meat and Greet fellowship to kick off our new Men’s Ministry. We will meet on Sunday evening September 17th from 5:00-8:00 at the Hemlock Barn in West Jefferson. BBQ, Cornhole tourney, some great fellowship and more.
Everyone is invited to join us for our special Harvest Day worship service on Sunday, October 8th 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.
This year we are having our shoebox packing party earlier to allow more of our season residents to participate. We will be packing after the worship service on Sunday, September 24th on the front lawn of the church with a snack lunch provided. Right now we are collecting items for the packing party and you can help us out by gathering the listed items and dropping them off at the church. Our goal this year is 1000 boxes!
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00 for our current sermon series from the Book of Colossians. Not only does it contain some important spiritual truths but also some very practical ways to apply those truths to our everyday lives
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