Family Night 2016

6:30 p.m.  –  Fellowship Hall

Wednesday, January 13  –  MLK Program

Wednesday January 20  –  FaithHealth NC,  New Chaplain  –  Dianne Horton,
June Britt & Sue Epley

Wednesday, January 27  –  Quarterly Business Meeting

2015 A Year end Review

2015!  What a year of Ministry…to the community, to the nation and to the world!  See some of the the best of “FBC in action”!

Love, peace and grace,   –FBC

Thanksgiving Season

Next Sunday is a service of Thanksgiving.   Thanksgiving Eve, November 25, will be our   annual sandwich buffet and Thanksgiving Eve  Worship in the Fellowship Hall.

Thanksgiving Eve Service 2015

Wednesday, November 25
Dinner  5:15
6:15 p.m.
Fellowship Hall
Worship Service

6:20 p.m.
Fellowship Hall
Theme: We Have A Story to Tell
Cost:  $5.00 ($3.00 children 12 & under)

Menu:  Sandwich buffet with ham and turkey sandwiches, cheese, fruit, vegetable trays
and brownies.

Fall Festival 2015

Superman was there.  M&Ms were there.  So was a Mermaid, a cat and a host of other characters.  Oh My!  FBC is at it again by hosting its own Fall Festival.  An added bonus, there was some serious Bingo going on for the “Youngsters at heart”.  See the action below.  Note:  there are 2 slideshows.

 

Trunk or Treat/Halloween Festival Candy

FBC will be joining all the downtown churches for a block party and Trunk or Treat on Sunday, October 25. We also will have our Halloween Festival on Wednesday, October 28.

We need donations of candy for both events. Please place the candy in the container located in the Fellowship Hall.

We have a story to tell………

6:30 p.m.  –  Fellowship Hall
Wednesday, September 23  –  Intro to A Story To Tell

We all have a story and we will hear from some who have graciously volunteered to share their story.

September 30  – Brannon Gilliam
October 7  –  Laura Owen
October 14  –  Paul Freeman
October 21  –  Simon and Margaret Ann Maddox

Family Night Fall 2015 Premiere

Well, it was a great night……The congregation trickled in, the kids were anxious, most of the food was ready….and then it happened…..the BBQ Chicken was a no show. Arrgh! Phone calls were made to the vendor. The stalwart congregation, in the meantime enjoyed some meaningful fellowship…..for about 45 minutes or so. Finally, the Chicken arrived much to the delight of the hungry congregation.

After some good food and fellowship, Ryan Short provided an outstanding program geared toward all ages. Great job FBC!

Family Night at First Baptist, end of Summer 2015

Wednesday, September 16, 5:45 p.m. – Fellowship Hall
Special Menu:  BBQ Chicken Lexington Style Trimmings, Baked Beans, Potato Salad , Slaw, Ice Cream
Cost: Adults $6.00  Children under 12 $4.00
                 
Make Your RSVP Permanent or Weekly
Special Entertainment The Magic of Ryan Short
 
Wednesday Family Night Dinner Requests
 
      Permanent Reservations: RSVP cards are available in Sunday school class rooms and on the back of Sanctuary Pews.  Note: Permanent reservations do not carry over from the previous year.
   Weekly Reservations: Contact the church office (245-1261) by noon Monday the week attending or fill out a FND card located in Sunday school rooms or Sanctuary pews. Reservations may also be made on the home page of the church web site: www.fbclexc.org or call the information line.

Welcome New Cook

We have already welcomed David Green to the Martha Best Children’s Center as the new cook. David has agreed to also prepare the Wednesday night meals for the church.
David lives in the Silver Valley area and most recently was the cook and house manager for the Path of Hope here in Lexington for the past eleven years.
We welcome David to First Baptist Church.