As a ministry to the parents of our church, the Children’s Advisory Council sponsoring a Parents’ Night Out on Friday night, February 10, from 5:00-10:00 PM. A night of fun is planned for children of all ages. There is no cost but an RSVP is requested by February 8.
It’s time to start thinking about SUMMER CAMP!! There will be two information meetings on Sunday, January 22, for parents and kids. The first meeting is for parents of 4th-6th graders at 6:00 PM in the Church Parlor. The second meeting will be at 7:00 PM for parents and kids of 6th-12th graders. Sixth graders will be able to choose which camp they wish to attend. Learn more about plans for camp this summer!
Christmas Schedule at First Baptist Williamsburg
Wednesday, December 12 — Children’s Christmas Party at 6:00 PM. Parents, Preschool and Kindergarten age children will need help from an adult for activities. Meet in the Christian Life Center.
Sunday, December 18 — Caroling followed by a Hot Soup Fellowship at 5:00 PM in the Christian Life Center. Meet in CLC to divide in groups for caroling. Returning carolers will enjoy soup in the CLC.
Wednesday, December 21 — Youth Progressive Dinner and Christmas Party is at 5:00 PM. Meet at the church.
Wednesday, December 21 — Food Pantry and Coat/Shoe Giveaway is at 6:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall and the CLC. Extra volunteers are needed to help this time go smoothly.
Saturday, December 24 — Christmas Eve Candlelight Communion Service at 5:30 PM in the sanctuary.
Sunday, December 25 — Morning Worship at 11:00 AM in the sanctuary with Hot Cocoa!
There will be a “Halloween-y” breakfast for children on Sunday, October 30, at 9:45 AM in the Christian Life Center Kitchen. Pumpkin pancakes and other fall inspired breakfast dishes will highlight the breakfast. For more information, call Michelle Myers or the church office.
Halloween is coming and at First Baptist that means Candyland. Be sure to invite children to come to the CLC at 5:30 PM on October 31 to walk through the Candyland trail, receive candy and hear the story of salvation. Popcorn, hot chocolate, and smiling faces are part of our Candyland tradition.
If you have not yet volunteered to help in some way at Candyland, it is not too late. Check with J. L. Hamblin or the church office to find out how you can help.