We will have one worship service each Sunday @ 10:30 a.m.
On Wednesday nights at 5:45 p.m., Dr. Ron will be opening up the book of Ephesians and teaching this tremendous book in-depth.
Ephesians is a rich book that describes how to be a church and live in Christian fellowship. You will be blessed as you spend time in God's Word each Wednesday night going through this letter of the Apostle Paul to the church at Ephesus. This series is slated to take 33 weeks to complete.
We know how important style is in worship. We don't all get blessed from the same style of worship, so we offer two styles each week. We have our traditional service that we call "FBC Sanctuary Worship" at 10:30 a.m. live on Ritter Cable TV, Channel 21 and Facebook Live.
We also offer a contemporary Worship called "The Crossing." You can join us in worship at the Crossing on our homepage each week.
We also have a mid-week Bible study on Facebook Live @ 5:45 p.m. It is open to the public each week. Just log on and search for First Baptist Church of Blytheville.
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 Cindy Byford, our director at 870-763-0399.
From her appearances on the hit TV show "The Voice," Marybeth Byrd will share her vocal talents and her love for the Lord Jesus with us during our May 31 concert.
Marybeth pushed the viewing audience over the edge with her rendition of Vince Gill's “Go Rest High on That Mountain” during her performance.
According to her own bio, Marybeth grew up with a terrible stutter and was constantly teased. Speech therapy didn’t help, but one day her parents heard her sing and realized she wasn’t stuttering. Music became her refuge, and after performing at several charity events, she soon became known as the soul singer.
A native of Armorel, we are proud to welcome Marybeth to our second 5th Sunday Night Concert at First Baptist Church.
The GRACE PROVEN concert will be held at the Northeastern Arkansas College's auditorium. No offering will be received during this concert.
It's been several years since we've had a Christmas Cantata, but this year we will have several special musical presentations from our Sanctuary Choir, and the Christmas Cantata on Sunday, Nov. 29 will be the highlight. Get your Christmas celebration off to a great start by inviting friends to join you for this evening of wonderful music!