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Weekly Update for Sunday, August 9, 2020

We are grateful to the church for your giving during the pandemic. We know many are still uncomfortable coming back to worship services, but we give thanks to God for your faithful support. We are not passing the offering plates in our services. Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table, mailed to the church, or brought in to the church office.

Sunday evenings we’re having a simpler worship time called Evensong. The music will be accompanied by acoustic guitar, and before the evening message we’re just going to sing together for a while, enjoy the evening light through the stained glass windows, and lift up our voices in our wonderful sanctuary.

The Wednesday Bible Study series is Getting to Know the Bible Better. This week: the book of Joshua

The Quarterly Official Board Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, August 16 at 4:30 pm. We will meet in the Fellowship Hall in order to practice social distancing.

Children’s meetings are still on hold.

Weekly Update for Sunday, August 2, 2020

We are grateful to the church for your giving during the pandemic. We know many are still uncomfortable coming back to worship services, but we give thanks to God for your faithful support. We are not passing the offering plates in our services. Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table, mailed to the church, or brought in to the church office. 

The Quarterly Official Board Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, August 16 at 4:30 pm. We will meet in the Fellowship Hall in order to practice social distancing.

Sunday evenings we’re having a simpler worship time called Evensong. The music will be accompanied by acoustic guitar, and before the evening message we’re just going to sing together for a while, enjoy the evening light through the stained glass windows, and lift up our voices in our wonderful sanctuary.

Children’s meetings are still on hold.

Weekly Update for Sunday, July 26, 2020

We are grateful to the church for your giving during the pandemic. We know many are still uncomfortable coming back to worship services, but we give thanks to God for your faithful support. We are not passing the offering plates in our services. Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table, mailed to the church, or brought in to the church office.

This Sunday we have a guest speaker, Dr. Keith Gaddis from Terre Haute. Dr. Gaddis is an ordained minister and Christian counselor with many credentials.

Sunday evenings we’re having a simpler worship time called Evensong. The music will be accompanied by acoustic guitar, and before the evening message we’re just going to sing together for a while, enjoy the evening light through the stained glass windows, and lift up our voices in our wonderful sanctuary.

On Wednesday, July 29th of this week Ted Wagner will be filling in for Pastor David for our Wednesday Bible Study. Pastor David will be participating in a family camp meeting with both of his brothers and a nephew at Heritage Baptist Church’s campground in Coal City this week.

Children’s meetings are still on hold.

Weekly Updates for Sunday, July 19, 2020

This week Ted Wagner will be filling in for Pastor David for our Wednesday Bible Study. Pastor David will be participating in a family camp meeting with both of his brothers and a nephew at Heritage Baptist Church’s campground in Coal City this week.

Next Sunday morning, July 26, we will have a guest speaker, Dr. Keith Gaddis from Terre Haute. Dr. Gaddis is an ordained minister and Christian counselor with many credentials. Pastor David will be here to lead the service, and will still be preaching that Sunday evening.

We want to express profound gratitude to the church for the offerings you have been giving through this time of pandemic. We know many are still uncomfortable coming back to worship services, but we give thanks to God for your faithful support. We are not passing the offering plates. Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table, mailed to the church, or brought in to the church office.

Sunday evenings we’re having a simpler worship time called Acoustic Vespers. The music will be accompanied by just acoustic guitar, and before the evening message we’re just going to sing together for a while, enjoy the evening light through the stained glass windows, and lift up your voices in our wonderful sanctuary!

Children’s meetings are still on hold.

Weekly Update for Sunday, July 12, 2020

Children’s meetings are still on hold.

The Wednesday Bible Study is beginning a new series: Getting to Know the Bible Better. This week: everyone’s favorite Bible book, Leviticus!

We want to express profound gratitude to the church for the offerings you have been giving through this time of pandemic. We know many are still uncomfortable coming back to worship services, but we give thanks to God for your faithful support. We do not currently have a formal offering time during our worship services in order to avoid passing the plate. Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table, mailed to the church, or brought in to the church office.

Since we don’t have a formal offering time, we have adopted a somewhat different, simpler format for Sunday evening. We’re calling it Acoustic Vespers. The music will be accompanied by acoustic guitar, and we’re just going to sing together for a while before the evening message. Come enjoy the evening light through the stained glass windows, and lift up your voices in our wonderful sanctuary!

Weekly Update for Sunday, July 5, 2020

Sunday evening and Wednesday evening services have resumed. 

The Wednesday Bible Study is beginning a new series: Getting to Know the Bible Better. This week: Exodus.

All children’s meetings are still on hold.

Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table.

For those of you here today, please check your mailbox for the July newsletter.

Weekly Update for Sunday, June 28, 2020

Sunday evening and Wednesday evening services have resumed.

All children’s meetings are still on hold.

Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table.

Small Group-Bible Study-Disciple’s Prayer Life: Walking in Fellowship with God, by T. W. Hunt. Those signed up or others interested in participating, there will be an organizing meeting after this morning’s worship service in the JOY class. If it is in use we’ll meet in the BYKOTA room.
Purpose: Develop a more faithful prayer life
Location(s): First Baptist Church Linton, Indiana
(Or as agreed upon by the group)

Weekly Update for Sunday, June 21, 2020

All children’s meetings are still on hold.

Offerings may be placed in the wooden box back on the ushers’ table.

The Board of Christian Education is still collecting names of graduates. You may call the church office if you have the name of a graduate to submit. Graduates will be recognized in the morning service on Sunday, June 28th.

This Sunday is Father’s Day. We have a small gift for every father here today: a pocket-sized magnetic screwdriver. Men, if you are a father, or if you have or have had a father, you may take a screwdriver.