For the Living of These Days is an end-of-life planning guide created by the Compassion and Pastoral Care Ministries. It includes funeral planning, legal concerns and preparing things for loved ones. Purchase a copy from the church receptionist. A $10 donation is suggested to help cover the cost of the guide.
When Jesus met with His disciples for the last time, He said to them...
A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another (John 13:34).
The ministry of Christian Community seeks to promote loving relationships within First Baptist Church.
There are many ways we can do this in our church family. We have teams that are committed to engage our congregation in prayer, pastoral care, marriage enrichment, family building, women’s ministry, physical health issues, welcoming new members, and fellowship.
Our goal is to open the doors of our church so that all who enter here will find a place of belonging and feel loved and cared for.
- Critical Care / Hospital visits
- Funerals / Bereavement
- Grief Support
- Ministry to Families in Crisis
- Congregational Care for Homebound
- Wedding / Marriage Preparation
- Catalyst Prayer
- Prayer Retreats in Spring / Fall
- Service of Prayer for Healing
- Parish Health Ministry
- Physician Within
- For Ladies Only (FLO) Women's Ministry
- Fellowship Friends (new member companions)
- Family Ministry Team
For more information contact Lynn Turner, Senior Associate Pastor.
Parish Health Medical Supply Closet
The Parish Health ministry sponsors a Medical Supply Closet and seeks donations of gently-used medical supplies such as metal crutches, walkers, canes, wheelchairs and knee scooters. Items will be available on loan to people who are convalescing. Please contact Emily Trueman, 804-737-8635, to make donations or requests for equipment.