The latest FBC Trussville news you need to know! (Updated 12/10/19)
This Wednesday @First Baptist
December 11, 2019
There are no planned activities on our campus this Wednesday, other than the Living Tree Dinner, given in honor of the families helped through this year’s Living Tree effort. Because of your generosity, 47 families representing 157 children are being helped through this ministry. Thank you for your help as we share the love of Christ with these families.
Midweek activities at our church will return January 8, 2020. Watch for details in the January Link.
JELLO Christmas Party
Thursday, December 12
9:30am • D203
Family Christmas Festival
Saturday, December 14
5:00-7:30pm • FBC Trussville
This Sunday @First Baptist
December 15, 2019
9:15 & 10:45am
This Sunday the Ministry of Praise Choir, Orchestra, and Contemporary Praise team presents the 2019 Trussville Christmas Celebration in our morning worship services. Join us for a morning of Christmas praise and worship! Can’t be with us? Join us through our livestream.
Also This Sunday (12/15)
SAM Christmas Celebration
11:00am & 4:00pm • Gym • $12
A Seasoned Adult Christmas event, with special guests, The Kempters, in concert! Buy tickets by Tuesday, December 10th. For tickets, contact the church office at (205) 655-2403, or email email@example.com.
Christmas Candlelight Services
Sunday, December 22 • 5:00pm
Tuesday, December 24 • 3:30 & 5:00pm
Christmas is here!
The most wonderful time of year!
They don’t call it that for nothing…it really is the most wonderful time of the year, and we want you to be in-the-know on everything taking place here this Christmas season.
For a complete listing of events and happenings, click here.
Who’s Your One?
Praying for people needing the Gospel
A few weeks ago Pastor Buddy challenged us to be praying for our “one,” a person in our sphere of influence in need of God’s hand in their life. Every day we come in contact with all sorts of people…people without hope, without the saving knowledge of Jesus, and without His presence in their lives. God’s decree to reach them is clear as we share His message of repentance and forgiveness with a lost world.
In our Gathering Space, behind the Welcome Center you’ll see names of hundreds of people being prayed for. If you have a “one,” keep on praying. If you don’t yet, then please take time to consider who you know who doesn’t know Christ that you could and should be praying for on a daily basis. “Who’s Your One?”