As we continue to find our way through the COVID-19 pandemic, check this page for the latest updates on schedule changes and protocols.
In shaping our course over the past year and a half, our Pandemic Task Force has prioritized the safety and wellbeing of both our congregation as well as our wider community.
Though at times this has meant we must make sacrifices to gather as we would like, we understand the church’s role as a leader in our community and trust in the resilience of the church to make it through this long season with flexibility and imagination.
Because First Baptist is a multigenerational congregation who values the presence and inclusion of all ages and abilities, even as we begin to gather in person again, we continue to exercise caution and seek to provide as many ways as possible to participate online, both for worship, educational classes, and meetings.
We are grateful for members who have supported us through this challenging season and all those who have found us on these new platforms, and look forward to all the ways we learn and grow together.
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Worship With Us
We continue to gather in the sanctuary each week for worship at 11:00am.
We continue to ask that all those gathering for worship wear a mask regardless of vaccination status.
As of June 6, our Sunday school classes have resumed meeting in person at 11:00 am.
Many classes continue to offer a virtual option. Adult Sunday school classes are free to keep their own practices concerning masks.
In-person Sunday school for children meets at 11:00 am on Sunday.
Committee Meetings & Other Small Groups
Our committee meetings and other small groups are transitioning back to meeting in person.
Please contact your committee chair or group leader for more information. If you wish to schedule a meeting at the church, please contact the church office.
Wednesday Night Church resumes on September 1.
All of our established safety protocols will be followed. We will serve a meal from 5:30-6:30pm,
In an effort to reduce possible exposure, all meals will be boxed, “take-out style,” to allow folks to eat at different places around the building should they choose. Tables will be prepared in the fellowship hall, the annex to the fellowship hall, and just outside the fellowship hall on High Pl. We ask that only family groups eat together, and the exterior doors will be kept open as much as possible to improve ventilation. Meals may also be eaten elsewhere outside or around the building.
For more information on Wednesday nights, click here.