Nominating Committee

The nominating committee is in the process of beginning their important work
for the coming year. There are a number of committees in the church that can
use your skills.

From Sunday School, to Building and Grounds and AudioVideo.  To Ushers, Food Service or Missions, there is a committee for you. If you are not sure what committee may suit you, please stop by the church office and look at last year’s report.

Please prayerfully consider lending your talents to First Baptist Church. For more information, please contact the church office or Nominating Committee Chairman, Jon Myers.

VBS- Group Pictures

Hooray!  We did it!  Another successful Vacation Bible School!  Thanks goes to all of the wonderful, eager to learn kids and to all of the Volunteers!  FBC could not have done it without you.


God calls us to be angels to walk alongside those in need. FaithHealth gives you the opportunity to be an angel in the life of someone who really needs you. Contact our FaithHealth coordinators, Don and Deb Watson to learn more!

Register Today


JULY 19-23, 6pm-8pm Dinner for children and volunteers at 5:15pm

Register your children (ages 2 to just finished 5th grade) and to Volunteer with the attached link.

Any questions, please call Kelly Mitcham 596-6581

Register with link below:

Urgent Plea from Mills Home, Thomasville

Last week’s (March 2014) ice storm did major damage on the Mills Home campus on Thomasville.  Due to power outages, thousands of dollars of food were lost.  Baptist Children’s Homes has sent an urgent plea to all churches to:

1- Please consider giving a financial gift to the Ice Storm Disaster Fund.  Please earmark your check for this purpose.

2- Volunteer:  Help is needed with the cleanup and

3- Pray for all who have been impacted by the storm.

The Inmate Christmas Party Needs You!

Tuesday, December 17, Davidson Prison Ministry will hold it annual Christmas Party for inmates and staff of DC Correctional Center and we would appreciate your help.

Homemade desserts or store bought desserts are our greatest need. Pies, cakes, cookies, doughnuts, and other tasty treats will be needed in large quantities! No fresh fruit or raisins. There are 258 appreciative and hungry men. Please bring goodies to the rear entrance of the prison between 2 and 4 p.m. that day. From Raleigh Road, drive into the parking lot on the right and proceed to the back of the prison where the Dining Hall is located.

You may volunteer to help by assisting with the party itself. Women will manage the dessert buffet. Men will assist the Chaplain in presenting gift bags to the inmates in the Chapel. Call Newell Davis (248-5831) before the 10th of December to volunteer.

Habitat for Humanity House 2013

Once again First Baptist Church is going to be involved in a mission project in the community as we work alongside Habitat for Humanity of Lexington. (Or Habitat for Humanity of Lexington Facebook page)  We will be asking for volunteers and contributions. This year’s Alternative Gift Fair will feature Habitat and this house.

picture of a hammer


Lane Gilliam has agreed to help coordinate volunteers and the work of First Baptist. More information will be shared as the project progresses.