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Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 21, 2024

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Sunday, April 21, 2024

Fourth Sunday of Easter

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Scripture includes: John 10:11-18

Rev. John Fulcher will preach a sermon entitled, “Life Lived to the Fullest.

We welcome to our pulpit Rev. John Fulcher, retired Pastor of First Baptist Church. Rev. Fulcher was pastor from 2012-2017, and previously had served as Minister of Education then Associate Pastor from 2000 to 2012, serving a total of 17 years on the church staff.

 

This Sunday is the Third Sunday of Easter. Easter Sunday was the beginning of the season of Eastertide in the liturgical year. Eastertide is celebrated from Easter Sunday for fifty days, until the day of Pentecost, and focuses on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection. The liturgical color is white, symbolizing light, victory, and eternal life.

Giving of our Resources

Please continue to give generously to the ministries of our church in 2024, whether in-person or online here – or mail / drop off your tithes and offerings to the church office. Your gifts help us to continue to minister through in-person and virtual church services, Bible studies, ministry to the community, and more.

Thank you for providing for the mission and ministry of First Baptist Church!

Third Sunday of Easter, April 14, 2024

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Sunday, April 14, 2024

Third Sunday of Easter

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Scripture includes: Isaiah 6:1-8

Rev. Dr. Dennis Knight will preach a sermon entitled, “Why Are We Here?

We welcome to our pulpit Rev. Dr. Dennis Knight, Retired Pastor of First Baptist Church. Dr. Knight was pastor of First Baptist Church from 2006-2012. Dr. Knight and his wife Sylvia continue to be members at First Baptist, serving in various capacities in retirement.

 

This Sunday is the Third Sunday of Easter. Easter Sunday was the beginning of the season of Eastertide in the liturgical year. Eastertide is celebrated from Easter Sunday for fifty days, until the day of Pentecost, and focuses on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection. The liturgical color is white, symbolizing light, victory, and eternal life.

Giving of our Resources

Please continue to give generously to the ministries of our church in 2024, whether in-person or online here – or mail / drop off your tithes and offerings to the church office. Your gifts help us to continue to minister through in-person and virtual church services, Bible studies, ministry to the community, and more.

Thank you for providing for the mission and ministry of First Baptist Church!

Second Sunday of Easter, April 7, 2024

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Sunday, April 7, 2024

Second Sunday of Easter

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Scripture includes: Psalm 133 and Acts 4:32-35 

Rev. Dr. Libby Grammer will preach a sermon entitled, “A Different Kind of Community

This side of Easter, we explore the earliest expressions of Jesus-following in scripture, and in our own faith community, we explore our own history and legacy of faith. Following the crucified and raised rabbi from Nazareth affects how communities should live, and from the first century to the twenty-first century, we have gotten it right – and wrong. Acts speaks of unity and generosity. Where do we see these in our own midst historically and now? Where can we do better?

 

This Sunday is the Second Sunday of Easter. Easter Sunday was the beginning of the season of Eastertide in the liturgical year. Eastertide is celebrated from Easter Sunday for fifty days, until the day of Pentecost, and focuses on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection. The liturgical color is white, symbolizing light, victory, and eternal life.

Giving of our Resources

Please continue to give generously to the ministries of our church in 2024, whether in-person or online here – or mail / drop off your tithes and offerings to the church office. Your gifts help us to continue to minister through in-person and virtual church services, Bible studies, ministry to the community, and more.

Thank you for providing for the mission and ministry of First Baptist Church!

Easter Sunday, March 31, 2024

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Sunday, March 31, 2024

Easter Sunday

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Scripture includes: Acts 10:34-43 and Mark 16:1-8

Rev. Dr. Libby Grammer will preach a sermon entitled, “Spread the Word!”

What is the Good News we share this Easter? Life conquering Death. Forgiveness. Hope for Eternity. All of these, we know. But in our passage from the Book of Acts, we also see that it’s an end to the divisiveness of this earth into the unity of God’s Spirit. Those first witnesses to Christ’s resurrection found themselves preaching a Gospel with no partiality so that they might live into the vision of a very different kind of Kingdom. Where is God showing us something new as God showed Peter something new? How can we spread the word that Jesus Christ is “Lord of all”?

 

This Sunday is Easter Sunday, the joyous celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ! Easter Sunday marks the end of Holy Week, the end of the season of Lent, and is the beginning of Eastertide in the liturgical year. Eastertide is celebrated from Easter Sunday for fifty days, until the day of Pentecost, and focuses on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection. The liturgical color is white, symbolizing light, victory, and eternal life.

Giving of our Resources

Please continue to give generously to the ministries of our church in 2024, whether in-person or online here – or mail / drop off your tithes and offerings to the church office. Your gifts help us to continue to minister through in-person and virtual church services, Bible studies, ministry to the community, and more.

Thank you for providing for the mission and ministry of First Baptist Church!

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