Hi friends. 2 things: remember tonight we will try to hold our first conference call prayer meeting. You can join us as follows: · Tonight, March 31, at 6:45 pm. · If using a computer: Online meeting ID: pastor0148
Join the online meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/pastor0148 · OR, with any phone, call (978) 990-5000. When prompted, key in access code 493475 followed by the # sign. · You’ll be asked to introduce yourself. Just say your name
Hello dear friends... Below are links to two videos. The first is this Sunday's sermon from the parsonage. The second is a song from the 1970's as performed by the group "The Imperials." Don't worry, there are more FBC WW musicians coming in future posts! As always, you are missed, you are prayed for, you are cherished. Your ongoing support of your church and each other, in all the ways I know you are doing and all the ways no one sees... God sees, and God adores you for it.
March 26, 2020 Hi friends… Below is a devotion in video format. But first… a bit of news: Donna Metcalf will be sending out a newsletter after all. Deadline to submit items is March 30. Call her at home or office or email the church office (email@example.com) if you want to contribute anything. She and I are rotating going into the office to check mail and messages, so donations, letters, etc are still being safely received and processed. Also, remember, anyone with a ph
Hello friends. It is good to “see” you here again. I continue to pray that you are all getting along ok in our new normal, and that you are somehow finding moments of joy, serenity, and courage. Today’s devotion is about Courage. Once again, we draw from the world of art. No doubt you have heard of the famous Statue of David, completed between 1501 and 1504 by Michelangelo. I had the opportunity to travel to Florence to see this statue when I was in college, and it is amazing
Hello friends… Here are today’s FBC updates. The devotional will be in a separate post. Welcome to those who are joining our ever-growing group receiving these messages either online or by mail. Church services are still on hold, to keep everyone as safe as possible. Technically, our next service is Easter Sunday, April 12. I’ll be in touch with you before then and we will watch whether or not that is deemed safe. For those following my schedule, I will NOT be on vacation Apr
Greetings, Friends and Members and Neighbors of First Baptist Church! Welcome to all who worship remotely with us this morning, and a special welcome to those joining us through the Westwood Bulletin Board. I trust you are well. First, a bit of business: Donna M., your church financial folk, and I are still checking in daily in the building, but we are still not keeping regular hours. Your donations, if you are able to continue them, are welcome more than ever at this time. Y