How Do I Meet People?
First Baptist Church is not a place for spectators. It is a place for team members. Whether you are a five-year old child, a ninety-five year old grandmother, a busy mom, or a businessman with big responsibilities, we want you to be a part of our vibrant church community. Here is how you can learn, serve, and grow at First Baptist Church.
Often, small groups of people are better able to interact and learn about a topic than larger groups are. For that reason, First Baptist Church has begun small group Bible studies, soon to be held in member homes. The size of the group is anywhere from six to twelve. At a time designated by your group, you can participate in the small group study.
Each Sunday morning, youth get to participate in their own classes. Bible lessons are taught in such a way that every youth gets to participate and learn. Each of the class teachers is carefully screened and thoroughly trained in instructing youth. The youth ministry of First Baptist Church is recognized for their close interaction.
Life can get complicated once you cross that nebulous threshold into adulthood. There are complicated decisions. Bigger stakes. Serious relationships. And a whole lot more decisions. The young adult group of First Baptist Church provides a welcoming atmosphere for college and early-career aged young people.
First Baptist Church women’s groups give the ladies in our church family special times of interaction. Our women’s groups, located in several locations throughout our community, are times of Bible study, prayer (and, of course, food). These groups provide a refreshing discipleship opportunity for the women in the church.
Men’s Accountability Group
Accountability among men is an act of integrity. Accountability is designed to protect, encourage, and develop men of all ages. Accountability groups of three are formed among the men of FBC. Accountability groups meet together as their schedules allow and keep in touch by email or phone.
Even though marriage is one of the most important institutions, it is the one which is under the most attack–internally and externally. First Baptist Church gives married couples the opportunity to work on and strengthen their marriage.
Once you get past fifty, the fun has just begun. Whether retired, just plain tired, or active as ever, the over-50 group of First Baptist Church provides refreshment, ministry, and times of valuable interaction. A mentoring ministry gives older believers a chance to meet with and help younger believers grow in Christ.