What about Saturday nights?


Saturday is the traditional Sabbath Day, so to provide you with a relaxed time of inspiration and entertainment from April 18 to May 31, we will be providing Saturday Night Facebook Live Concerts. Go to the church’s Facebook page at 7:00pm on these Saturday nights and join the Watch Party. The following musicians—friends of our church—have agreed to provide a short concert (30-45 minutes) from their location for our congregation!

April 18—Ryan Madora and Craig Haller
April 25—Bobby Jo Valentine
May 2—Adam Nitti
May 9—Arkansauce
May 16—Kyra Zhang
May 23—Pat Terry
May 31—Phil Snyder

Now…you have something to do on Saturday nights!

PS – Keep scrolling for a helpful “how to”!

Please note – Saturday evening concerts are only available through Facebook and cannot be viewed through Livestream or the church website.

 Already a Facebook user?

Step 1: Go to the search bar to the left of your name or the top of the screen (depending on your device) and type “first baptist church greenville sc”.

In the list that populates, look for the name and logo of FBG.

Step 2: Click the Like button to the right of the church name. (If it says Liked, as it does in the image above, then you have already “Liked” us!)

You can always visit our Facebook page by completing Step 1 and clicking on the blue text First Baptist Church, Greenville, SC.

When the Watch Party starts Saturday night, there will be a notification that you can click on to get to the Watch Party. (Notifications appear in the “bell” symbol near the top of the screen.)

Step 3: Join the Watch Party – do that from the notification or by going to the FBG Facebook page at 7pm. Click anywhere in the video that appears “First Baptist Church, Greenville, SC is hosting a watch party.” (The example pictured shows a video of Shelton.)

Step 4: Once you are in the Watch Party, you can Share, React (with emojis) or Comment! Let us know you are watching!

If you are not currently a Facebook user, create an account by visiting www.facebook.com and then follow the steps above.

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