The latest FBC Trussville news you need to know! (Updated 6/17/18)
This Sunday @First Baptist
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Sundays this summer we’re studying the 10 Commandments in a series we’re calling 10 Keys to the Good Life. Our salvation is found in Christ alone, but keeping these standards for living are a great thing when it comes to living a life in harmony with God.
This Sunday we’ll look at the 3rd commandment, dealing with God’s holiness and the command to honor Him by recognizing His majesty (and not misusing His name).
June 4 – 16 • Theodore, AL
The advanced team (which arrived last week) was joined last weekend by the remainder of the crew. Work began this week on construction for Pilgrim Rest Church. The crew is scheduled to return this Saturday. Follow the Men On Mission’s trip to Mobile in pictures as they work this week here. Fine Arts Camp
Monday-Thursday • June 11-14
1st-5th graders have been experiencing a fun, interactive week in the arts, sampling various areas of music, art, and instrumentation all while hearing about the God that created it all! Fine Arts Camp concludes tomorrow.High School Beach Camp
Monday-Friday • June 11-15
9th-12th grade students and adult leaders are worshipping, playing, and studying God’s Word together at the beautiful Gulf Coast! The group will return this Friday
Ministry of Praise New York City Mission Trip
Friday-Wednesday • June 15-20
Members of our Ministry of Praise leave this Friday where they will serve in ministry with New City Church on Long Island, and sing with David Phelps at Carnegie Hall! (Preview concert tonight @7:00pm at Shades Mountain Baptist!).
Collected At The Mission Wall This Month
Easy ways to help some great causes in June
wide rule notebook paper, 1 subject notebooks, #2 pencils, crayons, round edge scissors, erasers, glue sticks, markers, expo markers, sticky notes, quart size baggies, index cards, hand sanitizer, copy paper
collecting food for TEAM for Summer, this is when kids are out of school and the need is great, you may put these nonperishable foods in the bin at the Mission Wall. Ideas to donate canned spaghetti, raviolis, pasta, canned vegetables, grits, dry cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, jelly, granola bars
Register for these coming events!
Kids Day Camp
$50 • July 19-20
10:00am-3:00pm • K5-2nd grade
Princess Dance Camp (Session 2)
$70 • Monday-Thursday, July 23-26
9:30am-Noon • For girls ages 3-10
$175 until June 1st ($195 after) – 3rd-4th grade
$205 until June 1st ($225 after) – 5th grade
June 27-29 (3rd/4th) • June 27-30 (5th)
Summer’s Family Fun Nights return this summer, with fun outings for the whole family, and one of our first outings is coming up soon.
Some tickets remain as we see Red Mountain’s Beauty and The Beast together!
Visit the Event Center this Sunday, or call (205) 228-1029, or email email@example.com.
Trussville Freedom Celebration
Wednesday, July 4th • 6:00-9:00pm
On the Mall in Historic Downtown Trussville
Act of Congress returns to headline a great evening under the stars, joined by Deputy 5! What more could you want: Great food from local vendors, inflatables and rides for kids of all ages, and a fireworks spectacular at 9:00pm, capping an incredible evening!
For more info on this year’s celebration visit:
Presented by FBC Trussville and its corporate partners: Hardy Engineering, Engineering Design Group, LLC, Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce, Bryant Bank, Turner Batson, Pump It Up, Paul Davis, Pinson Valley Animal Hospital, Skipper Consulting, Cars For Less, Paul Davis, American Promo, and Barrington Real Estate