First Baptist Church of Siler City, NC
Wednesday, April 01, 2020
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Pastor Admire's Mid-Week Message 3-31-20

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To help us stay connected Pastor Admire prepared a message for Sunday, March 29th. 

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 Please remember we may not be able to meet together, but we are still the church - just not in our building right now. Please keep our church, those affected by Covid-19, our health care workers, our leaders, and our country in your prayers.

Sunday School and Worship Cancelled for April 5th

In the interest of safety and in light of the executive order by Governor Cooper to cancel all mass gatherings, First Baptist Church is cancelling Sunday School and morning worship services.  The Grief Share group scheduled for 3:30 is also cancelled.

 On-Line Giving

First Baptist Church is in the process of setting up the option for on-line giving.  Many people currently pay some of their bills on line and will be very comfortable having their tithes and offerings paid through an on-line service.  During this time of no mass gatherings and social distancing, the on-line giving will allow you a new way to make contributions. More information will follow next week. You are reminded that it is always possible to mail your contributions to the church office.  We may not be able to meet in person, but the expenses of the church are still on-going.  The church's mailing address is:
First Baptist Church
314 N Second Avenue, Siler City, NC 27344

  Your Contact Information

During this uncertain time we are continuing to expand the ways that the church can reach out to you.  Some of you have been receiving emails from the church through our software system, Realm.  We can only send out these communications if we have your current information.  If you have received the email letter from Pastor Allen, we have your email address.  If you have not, and would like to receive updates from the church, please send your email address to this email address:
This is also a great time to send us any other information that needs to be updated - maybe you have a new cell phone number, eliminated your land line phone, or moved.  If you have, please include this information in the same email.





During this service participants were given the opportunity to have a cross marked on their foreheads to symbolize repentance and to participate in the Lord's Supper. Ash Wednesday is a significant day on the Christian Calendar, denoting the beginning of the repentant period of Lent which precedes Easter. This was a Joint Service of Brookdale Baptist, Fellowship Baptist and First Baptist Churches.
Pastors officiating at this service were Rev. Jason Golden, Dr. Allen Admire, Dr. Rob Roberts.

GriefShare Group

Greetings from Grief-Share,

First Baptist has just launched our first Grief Share Recovery Group and we are very excited. Thursday Feb. 13th.  was our first meeting to distribute books and discuss what we can expect from our recovery group.  There were five in attendance and we expect more. Our meeting time was changed from Thursday night to Sunday @ 3:30 -5 pm.  This will allow us to meet earlier in the day and not interfere with out weekday schedule.

Currently, we are in open enrollment until Sunday March 1st. Non-church members are welcome. The cost for the course is $20 which covers the workbook. If the cost is a problem, scholarships will be available. The course lasts 13 weeks starting February 23rd until May 17th. 2020. If you are interested or have any questions please contact Pastor Allen at church office or at

Click here to go to the First Baptist Grief Share Journal

Please  click here  to visit the GriefShare website to learn more about the program.




New Deacons Ordained 12-15-19

On Sunday, December 15, 2019 Brad Marsh and Earl Beal were ordained as deacons at First Baptist.  The ordination service was held after the Children's Christmas Play and was conducted by Dr. Allen Admire, Interim Pastor, First Baptist.  Please welcome Brad and Earl into their new leadership roles at First Baptist.