Celebrating Black History at First Baptist Church!

We’re celebrating Black History with activities throughout the month of February! Click below to learn more! Please click the arrow in the lower-left corner to view the second page. To view a larger version, please click here. We’re also updating our list of First Baptist History Makers! Please click here to learn more!

Zoom Bible Study with Rev. Campbell on Wednesday Evenings

Rev. Campbell will be teaching a Bible Study Series beginning Wednesday, February 1 at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. Please contact the Church Office to receive link information! Our Midweek Worship Service will be on hiatus beginning on Wednesday, February 1. It will return later in 2023.

Updating the First Baptist History Makers!

We’re updating our list of First Baptist History Makers this year, recognizing our members who have achieved a “first” in any field! Please see the form below for more details. To view and download a copy of this form, please click here. All forms must be returned by Sunday, February 12!

Our New Year’s Service!

We will have a face-to-face and live-streamed New Year’s afternoon service on Saturday, December 31, at 12:00 P.M. Dr. Campbell’s message will be “One More Mountain to Climb” taken from Joshua 14:6-15.

Service of Remembrance on Sunday, December 18

We will observe a “Service of Remembrance” for those church members that we have lost from January 2020 until December 2022 on Sunday, December 18, 2022. This service will be held immediately following our Morning Worship Service. Please click the image above to view the full program.

Sermon Series by Rev. Dr. Arvan R. Campbell

Please click below for each sermon series by Rev. Campbell! “The Book of Philippians” (January 1-February 12, 2023) “Grateful” (December 4-25, 2022) “Thankful” (October 30-November 27, 2022)

Your Donations toward the 2022 CROP Hunger Walk Fundraiser!

Thanks to everyone who donated to the 2022 CROP Hunger Walk Fundraiser and came out to the event on Sunday, October 16! With your help, First Baptist Church donated $3,325.00 toward this year’s effort to combat the problem of hunger in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Community!