As the pandemic recedes, First Baptist Church (FBC) is resuming many of the activities that have been on hold for more than two years.  This summer, FBC will be re-starting Sunday morning small groups that will meet between 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.  The next session will begin June 12 and continue for 11 weeks.

     All of the groups will be studying the two Thessalonian epistles from the New Testament written by the Apostle Paul to the early Christian churches in Thessalonica, a Greek port city on the Aegean Sea.  The study will be led by FBC deacon Tom Klock.  Following the meetings, at 10:00 a.m., coffee, tea and snacks will be available, with the Sunday service beginning at 10:30 a.m.

     Pastor Josh Lieurance has resumed his message series “Journey Through the Torah,” which will run for the rest of the year (except for special services such as Christmas).  This series explores in depth the roots of the Christian faith in the first five books of the Old Testament– Genesis through Deuteronomy–that make up the Torah (“the Law” or “Instructions’).  

     Visitors are always welcome at FBC, located at the corner of Highway 1 and Ardath Drive. The patio area is set up with canopies and live audio and video feeds from the sanctuary, weather permitting.  FBC continues to stream weekly services on Facebook and on the FBC website.  For additional information on any of these activities, contact the church office or visit

First Baptist Church

2120 Green Street