It's Lent! That means it's a time for prayer, meditation, songs for the journey, and so much more. Throughout Lent we will be providing many resources to help us all make the most of our pilgrimage together. That archive can be found on our "Devotional Resource Archive " through our Worship Ministry page. You can also find it here! Lent 2021 Devotional Resources - The Pilgrim Way
Wednesday, February 17th is Ash Wednesday - the first day of Lent. We invite you to join us for our pre-recorded service including music, psalms, an address from Pastor Dan, and an artistic take on the imposition of ashes. The service will be posted to our Facebook page at 9:00 AM February 17th and will be available on our website at any time. You can find the service through our "Live Video Steaming" button at the top of our homepage or here: Ash Wednesday 2021. Join us as we pilgrimage to Jerusalem together.
Join us for our new Wednesday Night Class starting February 24th via Zoom! "Praying the Psalms" is an experiential class during which we will study the form, use, and history of the Psalms as Jesus' prayerbook. You can sign-up here! To Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 867 7245 5376 Passcode: 638270
FBC Enews: March 2, 2021 Welcome to our Email News Update! You are receiving this Enews release because you have shared your email address with First Baptist Church. Prefer receiving this at another email address? Update your preferences here and let us know! Wish to unsubscribe? You can request to do so here. This Sunday – March 7 Message: “Pilgrims All: Restoration Celebration!” Scripture: Luke 15 Preaching: Rev. Dr. Dan Cash, Senior Pastor Podcast: Dan’s Sunday Preview Order of Worship Lent Online Class: “Praying the Psalms” Have you ever been told to “pray the psalms” before? What about “The Psalms were Jesus [...]
Now on our worship page: Family Worship Resource Archive Find resources to help you grow closer as a family through the singing and study of Scripture!
Now on our Worship Page you can access our Spotify and YouTube playlists through our Music Archive. As we continue developing this page, you'll be able to access a song catalogue and other resources to help you worship throughout the week. Partner this page with our devotional resource archive, and bring even more Gospel-saturated content to your daily lives!
This page is dedicated to offering you resources for your personal and family devotional life, guiding you through prayer, meditation, music, readings, services, and other methods of spiritual growth. Click on the links below to view pages for different seasons, themes, sermon series, playlists, and more! Most Recent: Advent 2020: Behold -- Devotional Resources (11/30/20 - 12/24/20) Prayers of the People -- Worship and Sermon Series (8/2/20 - 9/13/20) "The Mystery Revealed" - Colossians Sermon Series Supplemental Resources (June-July 2020) Lectio/Visio Divina Prayer Exercise (4/19/20) Getty Sing! Global Access Document and Conference Archive
I was not raised in a family or faith tradition that observed the season of Lent. As Baptists we were what some might call "low church" or of the "free church" tradition. That is to say the liturgical calendar, aside from Easter and Christmas, was not something we consulted on a regular basis. As for Lent, as I've often said, that was something you cleaned from the dryer trap. READ MORE
The Sing! Global Website has now switched platforms. It can now be found on the Getty Music Plus website here. Instructions for how to access this conference through the end of the year can be found here: Sing! Global Access Guide
You can join us for online worship through the streaming website Church Online Platform in addition to Facebook and our main website. The Church Online Platform allows worshipers to interact directly with a host and each other while watching the service on either a computer or mobile device. No accounts are needed. No downloading is needed. It is a free service that privately houses our services so that worshipers can continue to have edifying spiritual formation while worshiping away from the building. Click here: https://firstbaptistcolumbus.online.church to access the website This platform allows us to provide our services, direct interaction, prayer, notes, [...]