First Baptist Herald- Online (Page 4)
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!
Please see the following statement by Reverend Ford regarding steps being taken to maintain the safety of our Church family and friends during the situation regarding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). This announcement is effective March 27, 2020.
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.
Please enjoy this video: “FBC @ 140: A Sankofa Moment!”
We’re pleased to announce that we have a presence on SoundCloud! You can now hear past sermons and complete Morning Worship Services online- click below to listen and download!
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!
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!
The Chronicle recognized our longtime member, Dr. Virginia K. Newell, in this week’s issue! We’re grateful for her service and legacy in our community!
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!