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Coming Events

May 4, Sat - Second Chance Clothing 9:00a Rm-Mod 1

May 5, Sun - Cancer Support Group 8:00a Rm-Room 3

May 6, Mon - Elders' Meeting 6p Rm-3

May 11, Sat - Deacons Mtg. 7:00a

May 15, Wed - 24 hr Prayer Vigil 6:00p

May 18, Sat - Men's Breakfast 7:30a

May 18, Sat - Ice Cream Social 6:30p Rm-UR

May 20, Mon - Elders' Meeting 6p Rm-3

Jun 1, Sat - Second Chance Clothing 9:00a Rm-Mod 1

Jun 2, Sun - Cancer Support Group 8:00a Rm-Room 3

Jun 3, Mon - Elders' Meeting 6p Rm-3

Jun 8, Sat - Deacons Mtg. 7:00a

Jun 15, Sat - Men's Breakfast 7:30a

Jun 17, Mon - Elders' Meeting 6p Rm-3

Jun 19, Wed - 24 hr Prayer Vigil 6:00p


Current & Future Adult Sunday School Classes

Sunday study classes for adults change every quarter, starting in September, December, March, and June. This allows adults to seek topics of interest and make new friends along the way. Some longer studies may extend multiple quarters. See what class is best for you for the current quarter. Checkout new classes here a few weeks before each new quarter starts.

NOTE: if the class recommends paid materials, the registration must be placed prior to a week before the class starts so that materials can be ordered. Otherwise, you will need to acquire the materials on your own.

Celebrate Recovery - Women's Class

Facilitator: Cheryl Johnson / JoAnne Alexander

Mar 3 — May 26

Celebrate Recovery is a process of discovering who we are in Christ. How to have a deeper more intimate relationship with God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. It is growth with each step away from our Denial of our Hurts, Hang ups and Habits.

Cost: $5

Room: TBD

Getting Connected

Facilitator: Dustin Oliver

Mar 3 — May 26

If you are interested in finding out more about FBC Waldoboro and what it means to become a member, this is the class for you. You will learn about salvation, our statement of faith, ministries, our purpose, mission, & vision, our history, and our structure. You will then have an opportunity to make an educated decision about joining the First Baptist family at the end of the class.

Cost: None

Room: TBD

I Corinthians

Facilitator: Bob Jones

Mar 3 — May 26

“Paul opens the epistle with a rebuke of the disorders in the assembly, namely, misconception regarding the nature of the body of Christ, the message of the gospel, and the nature of the ministry (chs. 1-4). Then he deals with matters of discipline as necessary in the case of lust, lawsuits, and license (chs. 5,6). Having taken care of these matters, Paul next answers the specific questions addressed to him on matters of doctrine and church government. Here he focuses his attention on Christian marriage, Christian liberty, worship, and spiritual gifts (chs. 7 -14). Finally his chapter on the Resurrection is directed to an additional problem of certain Greeks in the assembly who had problems with the doctrine of the bodily resurrection (ch. 15). This is the only doctrinal error as such that Paul has to deal with in the epistle, and it does not appear to have been one of the questions asked by the Corinthians.”
Excerpt from The Liberty Annotated Study Bible Executive Editor – Jerry Farwell

Cost: None

Room: TBD

The Life of Paul

Facilitator: Mr. D

Mar 3 — May 26

This study will be on the Life of Paul with a mission’s emphasis.

Cost: None

Room: TBD