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Scrogin Great Issues Discussion on June 3rd

Come advocate for the book(s) you recommend as wonderful, powerful, informative and/or inspirational, and together we’ll choose the selection for the 2018-2019 program year. It doesn’t need to be a blockbuster book – but something that touches your heart and raises an issue that is meaningful to you. We’ll meet in the Roy Room downstairs.…

Scrogin Great Issues Forum on May 6

On Sunday, May 6th, following the worship service, we will be hosting a Scrogin Great Issues Forum. We will be focusing on Chris Hayes’ New York Times best selling book, A Colony in a Nation. Hayes is an Emmy award winning news anchor for MSNBC and has been quoted, “America likes to tell itself that…

Fireside

Join us for our second Fireside on Wednesday, May 9th at 6:30 pm in the Whitney Room. Brent and Wesley will do a deep dive into how they plan FBC worship services, including the guiding theological, structural, and pastoral rubrics used in crafting our services. For the second half of the evening, the group will…

Newcomers’ Class

If you’re brand new, fairly new, sort of new, newish, or just FBC-curious, then you’re the perfect person to attend our Newcomer Class on May 20th at 9 am. It’s not a membership class, but be forewarned: you’ll probably want to join the church afterward… Over coffee and conversation, we’ll dialogue about FBC’s mission and ministries, as well as answer any questions…

Music and Arts Week: April 22-29, 2018

The theme of this year’s Music and Arts Week is Imago Dei: The Image of God. We will be celebrating art, music, and dance, offering a variety of events. Something for everyone! April 22-29 First Baptist Church will be premiering an art exhibit, from April 22nd through the 29th, which explores divinity in humanity through…

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.

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.