We meet in the church library Sundays at 11:30 AM
after coffee and our social gathering, except on the second Sunday of
each month, so all can attend our Sunday brunch. Our process is
evolving. Currently different people share their knowledge and
inspiration leading the class for one or a few sessions. Come help
build this into a lively, inspirational offering for the FBC community.
Midweek Bible study has traditionally met on Wednesdays from 5:30 - 7:00PM. Currently we are not holding Wednesday Bible Study.
Youth Sunday School
Children's Education Ministry Team invites all children to join the Sunday school
program this year following the worship service.
Please contact Amy Beigel for details.
Adult Education at First Baptist Church is a forum allowing mutual learning and discussion. Adult Education takes place the hour after the worship service. Topics are drawn from scripture or from the passions of the church family. Some past topics have included Christianity in the 21st century, missions in the world, health care issues, global warming and other environmental issues, and spirituality issues related to sexual orientation. Some programs are led by experts from outside of the church community, others by the community itself. Books or movies may be the foundation of discussion. The beauty of the program is that we all get to share in the passions that have inspired our community.
Members and friends of the church
gather once a week to discuss Biblical and Christian texts, spiritual
sources from other faith traditions, and films to inspire and challenge
us. Our lively and heartfelt discussions bring us closer together;
strengthening our relationships and our church community.
Past topics have included The Parables of Jesus, The
Heart of Christianity by Marcus Borg, The DVD Heaven:
Where it is and How to Get There, The book of Revelation, and our Baptist roots and
Directly following the Sunday service, our children gather together for a healthy snack followed by a time of musical expression. Besides music and story, the children participate in and explore the stories and lessons through creative arts and crafts, discussion, reenactments, service projects, plays, games and constructions.
What does the Lord require of you?
To do Justice, love mercy and walk humbly with your God.
Peace to all who enter here.