CELEBRATE RASTER WITH
THE FIRST FAMILY!
Friday, March 27 7:15 a.m.
Join us for a brief time of
meditation and reflection
followed by a light breakfast.
The day will begin with a
Meet us at 7:00 a.m. at
the Riverwalk Amphitheater
As we join with churches
for across our city to
In the event of inclement weather,
the service will be held at
First Baptist Church.
Bible Study will be at 9:45.
Being some flowers from your yard
to take part in the
Flowering of the Cross
at 10:30 on the church lawn.
Our Resurrection Celebration will
begin at 11:00 a.m. and will include
“Easter Song: A Celebration of Life”
Presented by our Sanctuary Choir.
Dr. Drees will bring the message
“What’s It All About”
COME WORSHIP THE
Newest Group: Marriage Enrichment for
Couples: Sundays at 5-7 pm
Children are welcome.
Please call the church
office for location & directions.
Youth Life: Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
Please call the church office
for location & directions.
Single’s Life: Wednesdays at 6:15
at the church
Ladies Life: Wednesdays at 5:15
in the Library
Pastor’s Life: Sundays at 6 pm;
“What do we believe about…”
“Preacher what do we believe about…?”
People have asked this question
about several subjects.
Beginning on Sunday evening, April 12
we will take a look at some of the things
“we believe” and why we believe them.
Join us at 6 pm in the chapel
as we ask questions and seek answers.
April12 …the Bible
April 19 …God
April 26 …Jesus
Join us on Sunday Evenings, in the chapel at 6 pm
as we walk through this study.
“THEREFORE, YOU SHOULD PRAY LIKE THIS”
If you could ask the first disciples, “What was the
Savior’s secret to living in alignment with the
Father’s will and with power to face life’s challenges,”
they would have answered with one word, “Prayer!”
As we learn to talk with the Father, we grow strong
in faith and obedience.
The Lord’s Prayer is much more than a collection
of words to be recited from memory. It is a
Jesus-given springboard to launch us into the
refreshing waters of God’s wisdom and strength.
When we learn to pray with Jesus,
we become like him.
Will you join us Wednesday evenings as 6:30 in the
chapel as we echo the plea of the first disciples,
“Teach us to pray”?