Easter Sunday, our church will begin offering in-person worship in the Sanctuary at 11:00 a.m. every Sunday! For those who are ready to re-gather in person, the First Baptist staff has prepared the building to receive you. Here are our protocols/procedures for in-person worship.
Join us to learn about our faith on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays!
The FBC Missions Committee voted to send the following monetary donations from our Missions Opportunities fund for local ministry partners. Click to read more…
Women on Mission meet every other month and do missions projects in 2021. Click to read more…
Advent and Christmas at First Baptist are happening in new ways this season – join us!
Women on Mission is sponsoring a church mission focus for year-end with Heifer International!
Grace in these days is hard to come by. Let’s offer it in abundance in God’s church.
Our pastor provides an update on First Baptist Church’s reopening after quarantine, with new office hours and precautions in place.
Wondering what you can do to join FBC on its mission to love God and neighbor during this crisis? The FBC Missions Committee would like to have you join us in opportunities to serve, even when while we are physically distant. Click to find out how you can join us on mission during COVID-19!
Got a little time on your hands? Read “Watch Out For The Chicken Feet In Your Soup” – Embarrassed to introduce his friend to his old-fashioned Italian grandmother, a young boy gains a new appreciation of her when he finds how well she and his friend get along.
Women on Mission action focus for September and October is the Horne Home and the Samaritan’s Purse Shoebox Collections. Click to read more!
Got a little time on your hands? Read “Heart Of A Shepherd” – Read about Brother’s (real name Ignatius Alderman) journey keeping the ranch going when his dad is shipped off to Iraq. His hardships will not only change the ranch but also reveal his true calling.
Got a little time on your hands? Read “Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World”-The life of a woman today isn’t really all that different from that of Mary and Martha in the New Testament.
Our pastor provides an update on First Baptist Church’s re-gathering in-person on September 13, 2020.
Our new online searchable database for the Sue Martin McCabe Library is now available for anyone to search and check out books. We hope you are looking forward to the exploration of searching our collection!