Announcements

Lula Whilden World Missions Offering

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) A core component of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s mission is placement of eld personnel in more than 30 countries and regions across the globe. These amazing leaders are serving the most impoverished and marginalized...

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Rustlings (October 16, 2017)

I’m not sure how I missed it in my first fifty-five years of life. I had heard about it. I knew people that were familiar with it. But somehow, as time crept past, it never became part of my life. It was not until this year that I saw the movie – and subsequently the...

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Genesis Homes Honors Jim Childress

For three successive Sundays in September of 2005, a joint, adult Sunday School class was held in the FBG Parlor. The speaker, Deborah McKetty, reported on the results of an exhaustive study on the needs for affordable housing in Greenville. (Deborah is...

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Lavender Pen Concert

OCTOBER 13, 7:00PM, FBG SANCTUARY The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) begins its 40th season with the Lavender Pen Tour, visiting cities in Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. There is no cost for the concerts – they have been...

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Visually Speaking…

Might sound strange for a musician to say this, but I’m a visual learner. When I see concepts that are hard to describe in words manifested in visual art forms, symbols and objects, it helps me “see” in new ways, get to the meaning below the surface, and remember...

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Dancing at the Church?

First Baptist’s very own Kae Childs is back this fall teaching line dancing and shag. Line dancing meets on Thursdays at 10:30am in the AYMC gym and shag meets on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm in the practice gym lobby. These classes are for beginners to experienced...

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Lula Whilden World Missions Offering

Yesterday after worship, our children received their Lula Whilden World Missions Offering collection banks to be returned on Sunday, December 10. In past years, the collection banks were made from an old tennis ball can, but this year new wooden boxes were purchased...

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