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Posts from November 2017

Advent Devotional 2017 Now Available

Can you believe Advent is upon us? As we transition into this season of yearning and expectation, and as we live in the tension of waiting and being busier than usual, we want to share an FBC resource with you for your own personal use. Now available on our website is our 2017 Advent Devotional: Peace in…

Handbell Extravaganza

The 9th Annual Handbell Extravaganza will be held on Friday, December 15th at 7:30 pm. The handbell choirs include those from First Baptist Church, Village Church of Whitinsville, and First Congregational Church of West Boylston. Please join us for an evening of celebration and song.

Order Your Poinsettias!

It’s time to decorate the church for Christmas. If you want to order a poinsettia for the display in the Sanctuary in memory of a loved one, your order must be placed with Andrea by December 3rd. The cost for each plant is $10. One name per plant. If paying by check, make payable to…

Advent Craft Workshop

December 3rd after service in Gordon Hall. Come make Christmas crafts at the annual Advent Workshop! Children are more than welcome to bring a friend along to join in the holiday spirit as we prepare for Christmas. For more information, contact fbcyouth@fbc-worc.org.

Looking Ahead to December

Save the Dates! 3rd Advent Craft Sunday, following worship  *  10th Lessons & Carols, 5:00 pm  *  15th Handbell Extravaganza, 7:30 pm  *  16th Gingerbread Houses, 11 am – 3 pm  *  17th Holiday Dinner, 5:30 pm  *  24th Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, 11 pm

The Giving Tree

Once again, this year, the FBC and Park Congregations will participate in the Giving Tree Event on Sunday, November 26th, in tandem with Hanging of the Greens. After the church service, stop by the Giving Tree in Gordon Hall and select one or two (or more!) decorations. On the back of each decoration is the…

The Common Table

The Common Table A dinner church experience. Wednesday, November 29th, 6:30 pm, Gordon Hall. All are welcome. Please call the FBC office at 508-755-6143 if you are planning to attend and talk to Lynne Carroll about what you might like to contribute to the potluck!