First Baptist Herald- Online
First Baptist Church will participate in the 2020 Crop Hunger Walk on Sunday, October 18! All monies raised will be used to combat the problem of hunger in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Community. Donations can be made online at the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County CROP Hunger Walk page for First Baptist Church. Checks are also accepted: they should be made out to “CWSCROP” and they can be sent to the Church Office. Ms. Margaret Graham will also be collecting checks, so please contact…
On Sunday, August 16, Reverend Ford led a prayer call for students, teachers, and staff who would be returning to school this week. We invite you to share this experience with the video below.
Please enjoy this video recognizing our 2020 graduates!
The “Narrowing the Digital Divide” initiative intends to assist the youth of the church who need to be equipped for online learning (in terms of equipment and internet access) during the first nine weeks of the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. The requirement for assistance is being qualified for either free or reduced lunch. Individual requests will be determined by a committee within the church for who is eligible for assistance. Questions regarding this project can be relayed by email to…
We encourage everyone to download and complete an absentee ballot request form! This is one way to ensure that your ballot will be counted in the upcoming election. To download a copy of the request form, please click here.
For our Morning Worship Service on Sunday, July 5, we will be reading a special litany in place of our Call to Worship. This litany appears as the 79th Litany in the African American Heritage Hymnal. To download a copy of this litany, please click here.
As we prepare to observe the Fourth of July holiday this year, we present Frederick Douglass‘s oration “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro” as we consider the current events around this nation. To download the complete speech, please click here.
Congratulations to all of our 2020 graduates! High School Graduates Najashi BelcherWalkertown High School,Walkertown, NCAttending the University of San Francisco in the fallNajashi is the son of Mr. Nathan and Chrystal Belcher. His grandmother is Ms. Gloria Caldwell. Jaelyn Elizabeth BrownR.J. Reynolds High School,Winston-Salem, NCAttending Howard University in the fallJaelyn is the daughter of Ms. Joya Brown and Mr. Juan Davis. Her grandmother is Mrs. JoAnn D. Brown. Ayanna Pinkston-FordClassical High School,Providence, RIAttending Howard University in the fallAyanna’s parents are…
Please enjoy this video for Father’s Day, featuring artwork by the Youth and Children’s Ministry and artist Ron “Bro” Williams! This video was assembled by the Vibe Funktion Organization; please support their work in the Winston-Salem community!
Effective immediately, face coverings are required to enter our church. Thank you for your cooperation on this matter of safety during the COVID-19 emergency as well as CDC guidelines. Coronavirus