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Fireside: April 11, 6:30 pm in the Whitney Room

On Wednesday April 11th at 6:30 pm, we will be introducing a new concept called Fireside. Held in the Whitney Room, we will create a space for conversation with the Pastor about topics in the life of the church, theology, the Bible, or even special guests. Our first Fireside will feature discussion and pictures about…

Adult Forum April 8

Scrogin Great Issues Discussion about the book, We Have No Idea – A Guide to the Unknown Universe, which illuminates both what we don’t know about our universe as well as what we actually do understand.

Holy Week at First Baptist Church

Maundy Thursday Service this Thursday, Mar 29th at 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary. We will gather together over song, the Scriptures, Communion, and the washing of hands. Good Friday Service this Friday, Mar 30th at 7:30 pm will be in line with a Tennebrae service. We will worship together over readings and the extinguishing of…

Professor Ed O’Donnell Speaks About Immigration

On March 25th, after worship service, Holy Cross History Professor Ed O’Donnell will help us focus on how today’s immigration fits into our history as a nation of immigrants; he will clarify key issues and tackle the myths/inaccurate ways people compare today’s immigrants unfavorably with earlier generations.

Mass in Blue – Sunday, March 25

The WPI Chamber Choir and the WPI Stage Band will perform Mass in Blue this Sunday, March 25, at 10:00 a.m. as part of the Palm Sunday worship service. Mass in Blue, written by British composer Will Todd, is a dynamic, uplifting, and highly popular jazz setting of the Latin Mass. The work features SATB…

Lenten Devotional Book Two

Our 2018 Lenten Devotional is another compilation of reflections written by members and partners in ministry at First Baptist. As we look at the road ahead, for Jesus and for us, we have an opportunity to Journey Inward together. Book Two is now available and includes sections on Renewal, Reflection and Mortality. These are meant to be read daily, but go at…