First Baptist Herald- Online (Page 3)

First Baptist Herald- Online (Page 3)

Face Masks Required to Enter First Baptist Church

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

New Secure Mailbox for First Baptist Church

We now have a secure mailbox at First Baptist Church! Thanks to Jerry Barnes, we can receive your cards and letters through a mail slot that is located at the side entrance of the church next to the parking lot. This is also a no-contact method if you would like to drop any messages at the church and not come inside. We’re thankful to Mr. Barnes for his work, especially during this era of the coronavirus.

Announcing our YouTube Channel!

First Baptist Church, Highland Avenue is now on YouTube! We are pleased to expand our ministry online and we look forward to sharing more content with you! You can find our YouTube channel at this link. See one of our recent services below, and be sure to like, share, and subscribe!

Information regarding the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

We advise all of our members and friends to stay aware of the situation regarding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Please see the information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention below and share this information widely.

Find us on Soundcloud!

We’re pleased to announce that we have a presence on SoundCloud! You can now hear past sermons by Reverend Ford online- click below to listen and download!

Woodworking Exhibit by Member Ronald Fulton

Our own Ronald Fulton has an exhibit of his woodworking currently on display at the Paddison Memorial Branch Library in Kernersville! Our Senior Ministry visited the exhibit last week, and we hope that you’ll do the same!

Congratulations to Mae Timmons Moore, Ms. North Carolina Senior America!

We would like to congratulate our own Mae Timmons Moore, who was crowned Ms. North Carolina Senior America on Saturday, May 18! She will go on to represent North Carolina at the national Ms. Senior America pageant in October. Read more about Ms. Moore at this link, courtesy of The Pilot of Southern Pines!