Vacation Bible School
Post for July 3, 2020
This summer, you can bring Vacation Bible School home! On Sunday, July 12th, between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m., your family can drive through the First Baptist Church Oak Ridge parking lot to receive your at-home VBS kit, The Miracles of Jesus. Everything is included, from simple easy-to-teach lesson plans to craft supplies. You will also have access to videos throughout the week with fun songs and dances as well as Bible stories.
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April 28, 2020
Greetings, Church Family. I hope you are healthy and safe in this strange season. More than that, I hope you are finding new ways to flourish in this time of pandemic. Our hearts are burdened for those who are suffering in this time: students and teachers who have had to alter their schedules; graduates who are missing out on a major milestone; healthcare professionals…
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Worship Series – ChurcH
April 16, 2020
Beginning on April 19, our worship services will be focused and themed around who we are as the Church. The worship planners had this series plotted out since February, and then the pandemic hit. Like everything else, COVID-19 has changed how we operate and minister as a church. We’re necessarily distant in this time, but that doesn’t mean that we stopped being the Church.
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Easter Egg Driving Tour
April 10, 2020
This Saturday, April 11th, you are invited to jump in your car and go ‘hunting’ for eggs around town. Families have left out decorated eggs and other Easter items for you to spot from your vehicle.
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April 8, 2020
Greetings from First Baptist Church! Easter is coming this Sunday and for the first time in our history, we won’t be together in the sanctuary for worship. But I would like to invite you to still be a part of our community in some way …
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March 25, 2020
Greetings, Church Family! Your staff met yesterday, some in person and some by phone, and we were talking together about how we’re doing ministry in this new context. Of course, one of the questions that came up for us is probably the same one that you’re all asking around your tables and living rooms and text messages: How long will we have to do this? None of us has a crystal ball to see the future, but nevertheless we’re all trying to make sense of things. For me personally, I’m listening to information from the CDC, Tennessee Health Department, and the Oak Ridge School System …
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March 19, 2020
Greetings from First Baptist Church! Social distancing can be isolating and… boring, if we’re being honest. In this post, we wanted to give you some resources and ideas how to keep sane while we all keep each other safe.
Spirituality: Oddly enough, we might find that this time of keeping physical distance might just create some otherwise rare space and time to tend …
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