Davidson Works

Coming to FBC Wednesday Family Night Dinner

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Program @ 6:15 p.m. Dinner @ 5:30

Come and join us as we learn about one of our community partners that is reaching out to unemployed, disenfranchised, dislocated individuals in our community.

DavidsonWorks reaches out with compassion, support, training and connections to help put our friends and neighbors back on their feet with good employment opportunities.

You will hear amazing success stories about our own neighbors, as well as the innovative strategies this agency uses to support and encourage successful business development while creating great jobs for our community.

Join us as we welcome DavidsonWorks to FBC!

Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day.  Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.

Family Night Dinner

Join us as we discuss and practice prayer. The menu will be spaghetti (angel hair) with sauce and meatballs or cheese ravioli with sauce (meatless option) with garlic bread, assorted salads, and dessert. Please make your reservations by noon on Monday.

A “Meager Meal” on February 14th, 2018

February 14th is Valentine’s Day. It is also Ash Wednesday.

We will observe this most significant day with a “Meager Meal.” Reservations can be made as you normally do for Wednesday night meals. We will not charge for the meal but will ask for donations for the Dragonfly House.

The meal will consist of Pinto Beans, Greens, Onions, Pickles, and Cornbread. Following the meal we will have an intergenerational family discussion on love followed by a brief Ash Wednesday service.

Full Wednesday Night Schedule, Winter 2018

Full Wednesday Night Schedule Resumes on February 21st

Our quarterly business meeting will highlight our first full Wednesday Night Family Night on February 21st. We will hear the final report on our 2017 finances that enabled all of our commitments to be met and learn more about being an “Encouraging Church” with CBF.

Wednesday Night Reservations update: August 2017

Make your Wednesday night reservations by emailing wednesday@fbclex.org. You can also call the church office at (336)245-1261, extension 102. Reservations can now be made for our kickoff on September 13 with Matthew Weaver and Clay Lunsford.

An American Epidemic: ADDICTION AND ALCOHOLISM

Visual Recap of the Event:

FBC ran out of chairs!


Announcement:

Discovering the Key to Wholeness
The Neuroscience of the Spiritual Disease

@ First Baptist Church, Lexington, NC in Fellowship Hall
Wednesday, May 17th
6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Seminar Topics:
What is the Disease of Addiction
History of Alcoholism and Addiction
The Current Epidemic
The Spiritual Disease
Neuroscience Education
Co-Dependency
What Can We Do?
The Key to Wholeness

About
Macon Dunn, CADC-II, CSAC, CCP
A native of Lexington, NC, Macon has been working with individuals and families suffering from the disease of addiction since 2009. He has served as a Program Coordinator, Primary Counselor and Case Manager for inpatient and outpatient treatment facilities across the country in Phoenix, Arizona, Atlanta, Georgia and Auburn, Alabama. In private practice, he has specialized in long-term coaching and intervention work with both adolescents and adults. Macon is currently the Director of Client Services for Blanchard & Associates, a family case management and addiction intervention practice in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Fall Festival

Fun, fun and more fun!

The chili beans, slaw and cornbread were great!  There was plenty of candy.  The kids in costumes were awesome but perhaps, the most intriguing were the adults…..everybody had some fun!  Shoutout to FBC’s Youth!  Great job!

Halloween Fall Festival

The Youth are organizing this year’s Halloween Fall Festival.  Our greatest fbc-halloween-2016needs are candy and donations to purchase games.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Whitney Brooks 336.479.8191 or mswhitneybrooks(at)gmail.com.

New Church Chef

We are pleased to welcome Barbara Potter to First Baptist Church as our new church chef for Wednesday Night Meals and special events.

Barbara comes to us with a wealth of experience in preparing meals for church groups.  She has previously worked at First Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem as their chef and events coordinator as well as for two catering companies in Winston-Salem. Barbara received training at Guilford Technical Community College in their Culinary Arts program. She is a resident of northern Davidson County. She also serves as the manager of the Lexington Farmer’s Market in the Depot District of Uptown Lexington.

Her first night with us will be Wednesday, October 12. Welcome Barbara!

2016 Fall Family Night Begins

The Fellowship Hall was packed!  We had an exciting night of great entertainment to kick off our Family Night fall season.  “The Wildcat Mountain Boys” presented a fast-paced, Bluegrass performance that had feet tamping and faces smiling!