First Baptist Church of Siler City, NC
Friday, May 25, 2018
Search this site.View the site map.
 
 
INVOLVED IN CHURCH LEADERSHIP?
BIBLE STUDY
SIMULCASTS
SHOPPING
 
 

Happy Mother's Day and Baby Dedication Day 5-13-18

 
 
On Mother's Day all the mothers and ladies in the congregation received a pink carnation and a devotional book. 
 
These two special mothers and fathers brought their beautiful little girls for our Baby Dedication.  On the left are Ryan and Robin Mashburn with their daughter Reagan Anne.  She was born 8/5/16 Her maternal great-grandfather is Wayne Ellington.  On the right are Doug and Erin Riggs with their daughter Briley Elizabeth, born 8/17/17.  Briley joins big sister Meredith.  Briley's maternal grandparents are Tommy and Dawn Smith.  Her paternal grandparents are Monty and Jane Riggs.  Her paternal great grandfather is Jake Wright.

             

Senior Sunday - Rev. Keith Dixon

 
For those of you who were not able to attend the Senior Adult Sunday at First Baptist you missed a great message from Rev. Keith Dixon. Rev. Dixon is the nephew of our own Ruby Lois Holt and is Director of Church Philanthropy and Development Baptist Retirement Homes of NC Inc.

 

 Time To Say Goodbye to the Old Kitchen

 

 Click here to go to First Baptist Church's Facebook page to see a copy of the plans 

 


Phase One of the Kitchen Renovation 5-14-18


Community Sing 2018

On Sunday evening, April 22, the West Chatham Ministerial Association sponsored the 2018 Community Sing hosted by the Siler City Presbyterian Church. The program opened with Pastor Richard LaDew of the Presbyterian church welcoming all, followed by Pastor Tony Capehart of First Baptist with the opening prayer.

Special music was presented by the choirs of Siler City Presbyterian Church, First Baptist Church, and the First Missionary Baptist Church, along with the Youth Choir of First Missionary Baptist. The young ladies of the Ebenezer Hispanic Presbyterian Church danced to beautiful music to complete the program. After the music selections and congregational hymns, Police Chief Gary Tyson addressed those gathered to explain the West Chatham Ministerial Association Police Fund and Community Charities. This fund provides money which is made available to the Siler City Police officers to use at their discretion, allowing our officers to show that Siler City is a caring community. A love offering was collected to benefit the Police Fund.

After a prayer of dedication by Pastor LaDew, Pastor Barry R. Gray of First Missionary Baptist pronounced the benediction.
 
 

 

Please click here to go to the albums page to see detail stories about Easter Sunday at First Baptist