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Please join us for this special sermon by Reverend Ford as we observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day during our Morning Worship service on Sunday, January 20.
First Baptist Church recognized its Gold Star Members during our Founder’s Day Service on Sunday, October 21. These are individuals who have been members of First Baptist Church for fifty years or more: Congratulations to our newest Gold Star Member, Mrs. Mary Sawyer, at 50 years! And we would like to recognize our oldest Gold Star Member, Dr. Virginia Newell, who is 101 years young! We also celebrate the memories of our Gold Star Members who passed away during the past year:
Our own Margaret Graham is participating in an important medical study about lowering blood pressure! See her photos, watch the videos and learn more about this important research at this link.
The First Baptist Church family warmly thanks our friends at the Winston-Salem Journal, especially reporter Lisa O’Donnell, for sharing this article about the connection between our church and the late musician Prince McCoy, whose contributions to the larger community have begun to come to light. Member Alma Peay shares several recollections in this story as well! Please click the image below to be taken to the story!
Follow our Senior Pastor, Reverend Paul Robeson Ford, on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.r.ford Instagram: http://instagram.com/paulrford LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rev-paul-robeson-ford-308b093 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/revprf
We are pleased to announce the eleventh Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church! Reverend Paul Robeson Ford joined us on November 1, 2017. We look forward to his leadership and service as he guides our congregation on our pilgrimage of faith! “… But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” -Isaiah 40:31
The Health and Wellness Ministry qualified for a partnership with the AmazonSmile charity program. Church members with an account at Amazon.com can participate, and qualifying purchases will have a portion of their price donated back to Health and Wellness Ministry programs at First Baptist Church. To activate this service, church members should visit smile.amazon.com and search for “First Baptist Church Winston-Salem.” On the next screen, select “First Baptist Church” and AmazonSmile is ready to go. For all future Amazon Purchases,…