We have classes designed for everyone to find a group going through similar life-stages. Adults, we make you 3 promises:
1. You won't be asked to read the Bible aloud, unless you volunteer to;
2. You won't be asked to answer a question about the Bible aloud, unless you volunteer to; and,
3. You won't be asked to pray aloud, unless you volunteer to.
Our classes allow you to learn without stress. Let us help you find a group you're comfortable learning with.
Enjoy a breakfast in our Snack Bar, across the alley-way in our FLC Snack Bar. It's on a donation basis and you can have fresh Belgian Waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, biscuits, donuts, fruit, coffee and juice. Come enjoy not only a great meal but also great fellowship with other FBCBer's anytime after 8 a.m. and before Sunday School starts @ 9:15 a.m..
Starting at First Baptist Church on Monday, March 26, the Blytheville Ministerial Alliance will hold luncheons with a short worship following each day of Holy Week. The location will be in a different church each day and a different pastor will bring a 15-minute message. Dr. Ron will be speaking at the Presbyterian Church on Thursday. Everyone is invited. A complete list of locations and speakers will be available soon.
FBC Blytheville has the most successful daycare in the city. Your precious little one is looked after by trained and highly-qualified personnel, and are given the best of care possible. To learn more, call our director at 870-763-0399.
Good Friday (March 30) is the day Christians all over the world recognize as the day Jesus gave His sinless life on the cross for the sins of the whole world. This year, we will observe the Tenebrae - an ancient service of worship that uses the lighting and extinguishing of candles along with the reading of scripture to tell the life story and sacrifice of Jesus. A nursery will be provided for those who young ones. All will be asked to participate with candles. We will also be observing the Lord's Supper in this service.
This service will begin in the sanctuary @ 7:30 p.m. and will conclude about an hour later.
We have a lot of special events planned for our senior adults, from short day trips to overnight conferences in the Smokies and Branson. If you're looking for a group your age who enjoys getting up and out, check out these outings for 2018:
March is Musical! It's going to be an unbelieveable month of music starting with Veritas in concert. In a powerful crescendo of accomplishment over the past several years, contemporary classical vocal group Veritas found themselves in some tremendous places, from belting out their signature power harmonies on the Carnegie Hall stage to crooning cruisers in the middle of the Caribbean, to joining Sandi Patty on her Forever Grateful tour. Since coming together in 2012, Veritas has always focused on crafting a dramatic experience to tell the greatest story ever told–the drama of love between the Creator and His Creation. Now, they are doing it in a way that more intentionally seeks to speak to their audience.
We are so blessed to have these world-class singers sharing with us at First Baptist Church on March 4 @ 6 p.m.
The Talleys are one of Christian music's most beloved and respected families. Their commitment to excellence and creativity in music have been their trademark since their illustrious career began, and their clear communication of the gospel is a defining characteristic of a Talley concert. The Talleys began in 1984 and enjoyed many years of success, including a Dove Award and numerous Singing News Fan Awards. Following a three-year hiatus, the Talleys began performing together in 1996 with the current lineup of Roger, wife Debra and daughter Lauren, and today the Talleys remain a mainstay of Christian music. The Talleys have enjoyed eleven number one songs, and have received numerous Singing News Fan Awards and Dove Award nominations.
Gloryland Quartet was organized in Paragould, Arkansas in late 2003, by four men who loved Southern Gospel Quartet music.
From the beginning, the group has dedicated itself to the traditional model of male quartets and styled itself after some of the greats such as the Cathedrals and the Kingsmen. Other influences came from groups like the Happy Goodman Family and the Perrys.
Gloryland continues to sing as much as possible in the Northeast Arkansas region,
having travelled in Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Mississippi and Tennessee. Keeping
Southern Gospel Quartet music alive is a part of our mission.
Katie is currently the Director of Worship for Heartland Church, Indianapolis, IN. Her resume includes recordings for Disney, Sea World, Play Doh, Dreamworks, and was the voice of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade theme song in New York four years in a row. She has toured with several of the largest evangelistic ministries in the world, including a concert in Indonesia of over 100,000. And is a regular as a worship leader and singer at Al Denson's Experience Conferences.
She loves the Lord with all her heart and that love comes through as she shares her gift in worship. Plus, she is the daughter of Dr. Ron & Angela.
Dr. Bob G. Magee leads these 25 singers that features a variety of music including classical sacred music, spirituals, and contemporary arrangements.
The Williams Singers are known for their adherence to high spiritual and musical ideals. They travel extensively during the academic year representing Williams Baptist College in churches, state Baptist conventions, youth meetings, and civic groups.