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Coffee Break Concert on Thursday, February 2nd



A Festival of Lessons & Carols




















FBC Ladies’ Book Club

The FBC Ladies’ Book Club will next meet on Tuesday, January 10th, at 7 pm.  Mary Davis has agreed to host us that evening for discussion of  “Sarah’s Key” by Tatiana de Rosnay.  This book details the experiences of an American journalist who 60 years after the arrest of Jewish families in France seeks to find out what happened to Sarah, a 10-year-old who lived in the apartment she (the American) now occupies.  The plan is to borrow a Book-Club-to-Go set from the A2 library.  If you are interested in receiving a book or have other questions, please feel free to contact Janice Stumpf, or 663-4871.

Alternative Holiday Fair this Sunday, December 4th

Alternative Holiday Fair this Sunday!

12:30 – 3:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall

Co-Sponsored by First Baptist and the Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice.

FBC Ladies Book Club

The next meeting of the FBC Ladies’ Book Club is scheduled for Monday, November 7th, at 7 pm, at Toni Burton’s house.  We will discuss “The Syringa Tree” by Pamela Gien.  All church ladies are welcome!  Please contact Janice Stumpf, or 663-4871, for further information.

FBC Ladies Book Club

The next meeting of the FBC Ladies’ Book Club will be Sunday, October 2nd at 2 pm at Mary Gregg’s house.  We will discuss “Civilian in an Ill-fitting Uniform: A Memoir of World War II” and are excited that Edgar Willis has agreed to be our special guest author!  Please let Mary know if you are interested in attending, or contact Janice Stumpf, 663-4871 or for further information.

Community Block Party!

Block Party! Next Sunday, September 25, 12:30pm-2:30pm, in coordination with First United Methodist, we are hosting a Community Block Party, with free food, live music, and a moon walk obstacle course. We hope you will plan on staying for this fun event (and helping, if you are able). We invite you to dress casually and comfortably  for worship that day, as the picnic follows Second Hour. Consider wearing a First Baptist Church t-shirt to the event! We are also going to need your patience and help with parking that day.


Church Picnic

July 31, noon – 2pm, Allmendinger Park.

Join us for lunch, games, prizes and lots of FUN!  Please sign up at the Information Counter, indicating which dish you are bringing to share and the number of people who plan to attend.  The Board of Christian Education will provide drinks and chicken.  (We are only able to transport a few chairs and tables from the church, so please bring your own chairs or blankets if possible.)

FBC Ladies Book Club

The FBC Ladies’ Book Club will meet on Tuesday, August 9th at

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7 pm to discuss “Shanghai Girls” by Lisa See. We will be meeting at Maryann Bowen’s house. Please join us! For further information, please contact Janice Stumpf (633-4871 or

Flower Planting Day June 4!

Join in from 9:00 a.m. to Noon on Saturday, June 4, for planting of annuals and general garden clean-up.  Jobs for all ages, no experience required.  It’s an FBC family event, so of course there will be snacks.  Any questions, contact Scott Diels ( or 747-8131).

FBC Ladies’ Book Club

The FBC Ladies’ Book Club will meet on Tuesday, June 14th, at 7pm to discuss “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot.  Mary Davis will be hosting the meeting that night.  Please contact Janice Stumpf at or 663-4871 if you have any questions.

Children & Youth Worship

This Sunday, May 15, is Children and Youth Worship. The Worship service is

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planned and written by the Children and Youth with music from all age groups. Please join us!

ABWM Spring Donation Bake Sale

The AB Women’s Ministries will hold their Spring Donation Bake

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Sale on Sunday, May 15, in the Fellowship Hall. Please Join Us! The proceeds go towards the many ABWM projects.

Habitat for Humanity – Good News Houses 2011

Dates have been set for our weekend and weekday workdays with Habitat for Humanity.  The congregational word date is set for Saturday, June 11, starting at 8:00 AM and ending at 4:00 PM.  For those members with flexible weekday schedules, our work date is Tuesday, May 17.  Please contact Scott Diels if you are able to participate.

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