YouTube FAQs

FBC hears your feedback about the online services and we’re listening to you!  If you’re having trouble hearing or just want to see a bigger presentation of the service, look at the graphic below for an easy how-to make this happen.

Keep talking with us!  We’re working out the details and want to make this online service/mission a continued success!

YouTube premier

FBC did it!  We premiered our YouTube channel and first ever full-length livestream of our worship service on Easter!  It was an outstanding success!  At the height of the service, more than 135 people were tuned in….and if that’s not enough, more than 200 have already watched the Easter service; either live or at a later time.

Thank you FBC for making this a success!  Special production thanks goes to the A/V team: Richard Honeycutt, Trey Shoaf, Jim Honeycutt, Willie Edwards, Jim Skotthy, Whitney Brooks, Wes Richardson and Tobin Shepherd.

To watch the service, we’re making it as easy as possible with as few of clicks as possible.  On our webpage: www.fbclex.org, look either at the top, right or bottom middle for a YouTube icon, which looks like this:


Simply click on this icon on Sundays at or around 11:00 a.m. and your computer will forward you to our YouTube channel for viewing either a live service or an archived service.  It’s that easy!

For advanced users:  if you’re logged into your Gmail account and watching our YouTube channel, you can post live comments during the service which makes for social interaction while maintaining a safe social distancing.

Missions 2020

Join FBC in celebrating our Missions, locally, nationally and internationally.  Periodically we’ll be provided an brief update to you on our giving of financial resources as well as our time and talents.

#FBCmissionsonamission, #FBCmissiondriven
#FBCmissionminded, #FBCinaction

March: Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of NC.

February: East Saint Louis, Chet Cantrell.

9 Lessons and Carols, 2019

Salvation Army Christmas Angels

Happy November!  It’s that time of the year for the Angel Tree Program.  Last year, thanks to your generosity, the Salvation Army of Davidson County Angel Tree program was able to provide Christmas gifts to over 1,000 children.

The Angel Tree program provides new clothing and toys for children of families in need ages 0-12 years old in Davidson County.  Please consider adopting an angel again or for the first time this year.

How to Adopt an Angel:
1. Select an Angel or two from the table in the sanctuary and record your name and contact information on the sheet on the table. Each tag provides the Angel’s name, age, gender, clothing size, and wish list.

3. Purchase new, unused, unwrapped toys and clothing items that the angel has specified on the tag; don’t feel obligated to purchase everything on the tag. Place the items in a durable bag with the Angel tag inside the bag or affixed to the gift (s) so that the Salvation Army can identify where the items need to go.

5. Return your gifts to the stage in the Fellowship Hall by Sunday December 8.  Do NOT return them directly to the Salvation Army- they will pick them up at the church the next morning.

6. DONE!  You can feel great knowing that with your help children who otherwise might not have anything for Christmas will find gifts waiting under their tree. Thank you for all you do to help with this important ministry.

FBC Youth Fall Retreat!

FBC youth are heading to Camp Mundo Vista & Retreat Center for our annual fall youth retreat September 21-22.

Departure: Be at FBC on Saturday, 9/21, at 9am
Arrive back at the church: Sunday, 9/22 at noon

What to pack:
– Drink and snack to share
– Bedding and pillow
– Towel
– Washcloth
– Clothing
– Toiletries
– Flashlight
– Walking shoes that are suitable for the outdoors

Retreat activities:
– Zip-lining with Retreat Center Staff
– Team building
– Time together in sessions, worships and crafts
– S’mores around the camp fire
– Devotion & Worship

Cost: $30.00 per youth

Sign up at the church office by 8/25.

Lexington Senior High School Chorus

Listen to the performance here:  LSHS Chorus.  Chorus starts at 11:30 mark.

One of the best

As Ray would say:  “Oh My!”  Arguably, its one of the best anthems yet at FBC!  Listen in and judge for yourself.  At or around the 17:25 minute mark is the anthem.

And if that wasn’t enough, after all of the rain we have been having, the sunlight came through the Sanctuary to bless us with an excellent visual.

What’s your thoughts?  One of the best?

Thanks goes to the FBC Choir as well as the FBC Audio-Visual Team!

Touching Davidson County with Love, 2019 edition

Celebrating our 13th year, TDCWL will take place on April 13th. This year, we will be working with the following churches: Coggins Baptist, Faith Church of Midway, First Presbyterian, First Reformed, First Methodist, Friedberg Moravian, Jersey Baptist, Linwood Methodist, Second Reformed, Shiloh Methodist and St. Stephen’s Methodist.

Sign up sheets will at the entrance to the fellowship hall from March 4th-April 3rd.

In addition, on March 25th at 5:30 p.m. you can sign up for a large project such as building a ramp. This will take place in the fellowship hall.

There will be around 40 projects that include the following: building ramps, singing in nursing homes, cleaning up yards, making blankets for the Dragonfly House (for abused children), doing a variety of repairs and construction for our helping agencies and planting gardens.

At the end of the day, each family who is served will receive a box of food and a Bible. We also pray that the people served will feel the love of God through us.

For questions, please contact one of the Steering Committee members. Tobin Shepherd, Debbie Auman, Ray Howell, Kay Albright and Judy LeCroy.

Please pray for TDCWL

2018 Year in Review.