Public worship service will be offered at 10:45am in the sanctuary. No Sunday School will be offered at this time. We are excited to worship together again! We recognize not everyone will feel comfortable to join us at the beginning; and that is understandable and acceptable.
We are seeking to take precautions to make our setting safe. Pews will be sectioned off to help us comply with 6 feet social distancing. On Saturdays, the church pews, doors, etc. will be sanitized. If you would like to volunteer to help, please contact Jim Humphries. Face masks are optional (we will seek to have extra masks available for those coming wanting one). Offering plates will be stationed near the entrance/exit doors to the sanctuary and in front of the piano and organ..
At the same time, our desire is to seek creative ways to continue to preach and worship and fellowship with and care for one another. As we begin public worship, either live stream or a video recording of the message will be explored. Audio of each message will still be posted on the church website and CD’s will continue to be available. Communication via email, Facebook and the church website will be used to the extent possible so bookmark it if you haven't already and check it out frequently.
In addition you can watch a message from Right Now Media (https://www.rightnowmedia.org/Account/Invite/fbcemmett). They have lessons geared for age groups like kids, youth, and adults. You can watch a message and talk about it as a family. If you don't have access, contact Kathy or Lance.
We want to encourage you to continue to support the ministry of our church as God blesses and provides for you during this health crisis. We do not yet have online giving. You can send contributions by: sending it in the mail to First Baptist Church, 126 S. Hayes Ave., Emmett, ID 83617, arranging with your bank to send your contribution via methods such as bill pay, or by dropping it off at the church office or the church mail slot on the door.
Continue to pray for the church leaders. We encourage you to be intentional more than ever to be contacting each other and lost family and friends in meaningful, safe ways in the next few weeks. One of the ways we can be loving is to be protecting one another.
I pray God’s blessing and protection over you! May you experience His joy and peace as you abide in Him!
Free concert with the Bostocks to be held on the east lawn of the church (weather permitting).
The FBC 125th Anniversary Celebration will be held on Saturday, Sept. 14 and Sunday, Sept 15. You and your family are encouraged to attend the celebration at the church.