Just for Women

The Carolyn Phillips Mission Group would like to invite all the women in the church (and surrounding area) to a special event on Tuesday, June 6th at 12 noon at Yarborough’s Restaurant.

Cecilia Beck, CBF missionary in Shelby, will be updating us on her work and sharing a special project with us. Working with the youth in her distressed neighborhood, she has started a jewelry business to benefit the youth.

Join us for lunch, if possible, and hear what Cecelia is doing and buy some jewelry. Seating is limited for lunch (we will order off the menu), so please call Kay Albright at 248-4130 no later than June 2 to make a reservation. No reservation needed to come buy jewelry (come about 1:00).

First Baptist Night at Winston-Salem Dash May 19, 2017

Plan to attend this fun-filled night as our church is recognized by the Winston-Salem Dash. Please contact the church office to let us know if you can attend. Admission, food, transportation, reserved seating and a WS-Dash cap are all included in the ticket price: Adults – $20, Youth and Children – $15.

March 19th

Chili Cook-off Youth Fundraiser

Reservations can be purchased for the Youth Chili Cook-off.  We also need volunteers to make chili and desserts.  Adults are $8.00, children $6.00 with a $25.00 family limit.

 

Terry Hamrick

Renowned National Leader Conducting Missional Leadership Workshop

On March 3 and 4, 2017, Dr. Terry Hamrick will be conducting a Friday evening- Saturday morning workshop on “Missional Leadership”.  Dr. Hamrick, past national coordinator of missional visioning for Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, is the author of Leadership In Constant Change, Embracing A New Missional Reality. Dr. Hamrick will present new perspectives on individual, small group, and church outreach with a focus on local mission.

The workshop will be in the Fellowship Hall from:
7:00pm – 9:00pm, Friday evening March 3
9:00am – 12:00pm, Saturday morning, March 4

Dr. Hamrick is on the cutting edge of new missional philosophy and brings decades of
experience and wisdom.  We are indeed fortunate to have him at First Baptist.  We
encourage everyone to come out and participate in this exciting opportunity to learn from this renowned Christian educator, author, and missional leader.

FBC Action — Year end review. 2016

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Daily Visual Report: VBS- Deep Sea Discovery

Monday: God Knows Me.

 


Sunday: Psyched for VBS

FBC in action

For the recent Crisis Ministry food drive, FBC graciously permitted the temporary storage of food bags in the Fellowship Hall for pick-up by USPS.


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That’s a lot of food!

Up on the Steeple

Wow!  That’s a high steeple!  The movable boom was at it’s end.  Warning lights may have or may not have turned on….  The fearless men of the Buildings & Grounds Committee along with FBC’s Steeple vendor checked it all out.  A-OK!

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Belize Field Journal 2015

Day 9:  We had a great day yesterday.    Grilled 75 hamburgers and had delicious watermelon.   The Youth from Belmopan had a wonderful time.  Waiting for power to go off.  Our youth are ready for worship this morning.

Day 8:  We have had a fantastic week in Belize.  I can’t say enough good things about our youth.   They have been phenomenal!   Bible School was a big success.   The youth have some powerful experiences to share.   Grayson went to the children’s home yesterday to take the sports equipment. It was an experience he will never forget.image(1)

  Today we are hosting the Belize youth for a day long celebration.   We have been asked to lead the worship service tomorrow at Belmopan Baptist.  The youth will be singing and speaking and I will be preaching in the morning.
    We celebrated Emerson’s and Carol’s birthdays yesterday.   The is nothing like a Belizean birthday!
  Working with FUMC has been a great experience.     All of our kids have bonded and can’t wait to continue working together when we get home.  We have talked a great deal about plans for the school year and everyone is excited about senior high youth!
  This may be my last email.   The electricity will be off tomorrow.   Monday we go to the island where we have no connection by phone or email.   In the event of an emergency contact Pelican Beach Resort in Dangriga.
      This trip has exceeded all expectations.   God has richly blessed us all.

 

Day 7: Great day in Belize yesterday.  We visited the Mayan ruins which is a great image(2)highlight.   Today is the last day of VBS.   Our numbers have grown each day.  Working with FUMC has been a great, positive experience.   The kids have been great and have bonded very well.  They are already planning ways to work together when we get back home.

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Day 4:   Another great day in Belize!   Our numbers in Bible School increased again this morning and we were officially informed that they want us to lead the worship service this Sunday.   We went to see the Howler Monkeys this afternoon.  We go into the very heart of the rain forest and our guide “calls” the monkeys down from the trees.  It is an incredible experience the kids will never forget.

These young people are phenomenal.  They are working so well together and demonstrating exceptional leadership.   They are all well and having a fantastic time.

We are grateful for the opportunity to share this experience with them.  Tomorrow we visit Mayan Ruins

Day 3:  The kids had an amazing experience this afternoon as we went cave tubing.  We explored one of the most incredible cave systems in Belize. The kids were able to jump off an underground cliff inside the cave into the cold water below. It was an experience they will never forget. Bible School went much better today.    Everyone is having a great time in Belize.

Day 2:   Belmopan is the capital city of Belize but there were no eggs to be found on Monday, August 3.  There was Bible School in Belmopan. Lee and I had to leave to go to Belize City to get his bag, but not to worry–our youth took over and by the end of the day the children were so excited they couldn’t wait to come back tomorrow. The kitchen crew is busy getting ready for dinner tonight.  The kids are resting.   We saw a rainbow this morning that was a simple confirmation God is blessing us.  Everyone is healthy.  All is good.

Day 1:   The group landed early in Belize and after a great lunch at Cheers we arrived at image_1the camp about 3:00 pm.  The only glitch is that LMabe’s suitcase is still at the airport–we hope!   We find out in the morning.  Everyone is tired but very happy to be here.  Bible School begins in the morning.

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FBC in action —

See FBCers participating in this years Great News, Great Joy campaign.