Saturday, March 24 at noon
Dr. Patricia Hilliard from Naples will be our speaker and we have an afternoon planned that will inspire, bless and encourage you to press on, no matter what comes your way.
Tickets will be on sale March 4/$20 per person
If you would like to hostess a table, please contact Kathy Freeman.
The Church Quarterly Conference will be held in the sanctuary.
Sanctuary Restroom Remodel
For some time now much conversations and consideration has been given to the inadequacies of our sanctuary restrooms and how to resolve them. This dialogue led us to conduct an overall facility evaluation to ensure that we were not only addressing the short term needs but the needs we will face in the future. We have been working with an engineering firm to create a long-range building plan to better guide our decisions and this process is nearing an end. we look forward to sharing more about this plan in the upcoming months.
What has become apparent in this process is that building a new foyer, with ADA compliant restrooms, on to our sanctuary is going to take an extended timetable to raise capital, get permitting, and finally construction.
This led us to explore a new solution that would address a critical part of our restroom concern and still fit in the long-range plan. This plan would be a complete remodeling of our existing restrooms that would provide us with:
1-Unisex ADA compliant restroom
1-Women's restroom with three toilets
These facilities would occupy our current restroom space and thus still be behind the sanctuary. The benefit of this proposal is that it resolves not having an ADA restroom, creates maximum flexibility/usage, and can be completed in 3 months at a cost of $27,500.
We will be discussing and voting on this proposal at our Church Quarterly Conference on August 20th at 6:00 PM.
If you have a question please call Elder Dave Colvin at 317-697-2716 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAMP WAKATAKA 2017
Register on website: www.lakedentoncamp.com
Elementary 1st-5th Grade:
June 12-16 * June 19-23 * June 26-30
Middle School 6th-8th Grade:
X-FUGE YOUTH CAMP | GREENVILLE, SC
If you would like to sponsor a child for camp, contributions can be made payable to First Baptist Church and marked for Camp WAKATAKA or X-FUGE Youth Camp.
Info Meeting for those interested in Vulnerable Children & Families (Bridging Hope Ministry) on Sunday, June 11th after 2nd service in Fellowship Hall.
Support Groups will meet once a month in Room 22 @ 6:00PM starting on June 14th.
1st Wednesday: Adoption Support
2nd Wednesday: Foster Support
3rd Wednesday: Single Parent Support
4th Wednesday: Kinship Care Support
For June: Adoption & Foster Support will both meet on Wednesday, June 14th @ 6:00PM in Room 22.
Now through December 11th
Partnering with LPE to develop a culture of generosity in our community this Christmas
Jesus teaches us it is better to give than to receive. Let's create a culture of generosity in our community this Christmas by empowering and equipping children to honor and appreciate the people they love.
Bring in gifts under $10 for moms, dads and kiddos.
Gift wrap, tape, and brown paper bags needed too!
Suggested items include:
jewelry, lotion, shower gel, candles, picture frames, cookbooks, travel mugs, work gloves, figurines, shave kits, bath sets, tools, puzzles, activity books, flashlights, ties, cologne, perfume, wall hangings, ornaments, socks, nail polish, hats, craft kits, toys, stuffed animals
Gift wrapping volunteers needed during school hours December 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, and 21
Train up a child in the way he should go; Even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6
If you have gently used or new children's clothing (4-12 years), that your child can't use, bring them to the church up until Sunday, Oct. 16th.
You can bring them to church on Sunday and leave in the Fellowship Hall or drop them off at the church office any weekday between 9 - noon and 1 - 4pm.
Worldwide Event 2016
Selamta Family Project develops Forever Families and Bright Futures for orphaned children, marginalized women, and at-risk families in Ethiopia.
Our 2016 theme is #realize5.
When we #REALIZE5, we know hope is alive.
There are over 5 million orphaned children in Ethiopia due to etreme poverty and AIDS. Selamta is making a difference by creating and preserving families... you can help!
Guess what? You're not running a 5K! You're helping us raise $5K. Best 5K ever, right?
Saturday, October 15th
Devane Park (on the circle)
West Interlake Blvd.
Lake Placid, FL
Check-in starts at 7am
"Race" begins at 8am
Ethiopian Coffee, snacks, scarves, and art available for you to check out or take home. Plus, the event shirt is super cool.