The Mission Sewing Group is offering to teach a sewing class this summer for girls having completed grades 5-12.
The class project will be to make quilts to donate to Rust Street Ministries…this is what the Mission Sewing Group has been working on for about a year and they would like to include any interested middle school and high school girls in this ministry.
Class members will learn to cut fabric, stitch on sewing machines, and tie quilts. They will also have the opportunity to take completed quilts to Rust Street Ministries and see how their contribution can help others.
Classes will be from 1:00 to 4:00 on Tuesday afternoons, June 7, June 21, July 5, July 19, August 2, in the First Place building at 14 E. Harris.
Girls who are interested need to sign up by May 24 so the Sewing Group can know how many to expect and how much fabric and other supplies and equipment will be needed. You can print the sign-up sheet here: Threads of Blessing signup.
For more information, contact Diane Peacock at firstname.lastname@example.org or 655-4101.
FABRIC DONATIONS NEEDED FOR THREADS OF BLESSING
If you have any brightly colored fabric which you would like to donate for this class, it may be brought to the church office.
Registration for Cave Quest Vacation Bible School has begun!
Monday, June 13– Friday, June 17, 2016.
For children ages 5 years – those who will complete 5th grade this school year.
(Children must turn 5 by May 1, 2016)
Gear up for an over-the-top underground adventure!
Each Wednesday at 6 pm, Kingdom Kids worship through music, Bible Study and various mission emphases especially designed for their age group. Preschoolers are meeting in W113 (the Preschool Suite) and children meet in C205 (the Children’s Hall). We hope you will encourage your children to come and bring friends.
Be watching for information on a special semester end celebration!
For information on this or any other ministries of FBC, please call the church office at 655-4101.
Our children of all ages LOVE Kingdom Kids!
Rachel Haralson helping make fruit kabobs
Jill Cummings is another of our adult volunteers who helps out Karen Walters, our Minister with Preschoolers and Children.
First Baptist Church offers two Sunday morning worship opportunities for responding to God, forming faith in Jesus Christ and building the faith family through the Holy Spirit.
8:30 am – Early Worship
Focusing on God through biblical preaching and
a blend of classic church music and new worship songs
11:00 am – Late Worship
Exalting God and holding up the Scripture in a
more casual and refreshingly authentic environment.
Bible Study for all ages begins at 9:45 am.
Members and guests are encouraged to gather
for fellowship from 9:30 – 9:45 am in the atrium.
The Wednesday Night Bible Studies are now available as a podcast. Go to iTunes, search for FBC San Angelo and subscribe today. This will be useful for those unable to attend on Wednesday nights, but who want access to extra Bible teaching during the week. It can also be used as an outreach and evangelism resource. Share and invite your friends to listen!
(You may notice some audio issues…we are working to get those straightened out.)
Thank you so much for visiting fbcsanangelotx.org! You will find a variety of helpful information about First Baptist Church on this site, but we hope that your visit here will be only the first step in a journey of getting to know the congregation in a personal way. At FBC, we believe the church is the people—not a building, worship service, or website. In fact, the people of First Baptist have roots in San Angelo and the Concho Valley that date back to the 1880s! We are a loving group, committed to professing publically our faith in Jesus Christ as we live in obedience to His call to missions each day. We hope, then, that this website will be a good introduction to the people of First Baptist and her mission to obey Christ.
After you explore the website, please feel free to contact us with questions that you may have about our ministries and opportunities for involvement. Contact information is included on the site as well as ways for you to connect with us through social media. Nothing however quite beats a personal visit. We gather regularly for worship, Bible study, and fellowship, so there are ample opportunities to come meet us. In fact, after every Sunday morning worship service, the staff and I gather in a welcome area called the “atrium” for conversation with guests. You may even receive a coffee mug out of the meeting! We want to be available for questions, friendship building, and spiritual conversation. You’ll find that we aren’t the “perfect” church, but we are simply sinners saved by God’s grace who are called to share the love of Christ with everyone!