Weekday options

Wednesday evenings

Whether you'd like a mid-week spiritual boost, your schedule works better for Wednesdays for extra study, or you just simply enjoy learning, studying, and being around others, Wednesday evenings at First Baptist have plenty of opportunity for all of the above.  The atmosphere is more relaxed on Wednesdays and there's something for everyone in the family, from babies through senior adults.  In 2022, we're bringing back Wednesday Night Dinners to help make it easier for busy families to get to church without having to rush through a meal in order to arrive on time.  RSVP form available below.

If you're looking for kids Wednesday opportunities, click here.  If you're looking for youth Wednesday opportunities, click here.

Wednesday opportunities are only offered regularly during the school year. During the summer, other weekday options are offered.
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Class Title: Romans
Led by: Tom Cabaniss
Class Time: 6:15-7:00 p.m.
Duration: Ongoing
Class Style: Direct Instruction
Class Composition: Adult Co-Ed
Class Location: Room 202
Overview:  Pastor Tom Cabaniss will be leading participants through the Book of Romans, written by the Apostle Paul, expositionally over the course of this extended study.  No textbook is needed-- only your copy of the Bible.  Though this is a "start-to-finish" study, anyone can join in at any time, as each lesson will have value in its own merit.

THURSDAY MORNINGS

Class Title: The Bible Code: Finding Jesus in Every Book in the Bible
Led by: Tom Cabaniss
Class Time: 6:45 a.m.
Duration: Ongoing
Class Style: Devotional/Group Discussion
Class Composition: Adult Men
Class Location: Room 103 (in-person)
Overview:  Pastor Tom Cabaniss leads this men's group weekly on Thursday mornings. The Bible Code by O.S. Hawkins is about finding Jesus in every book in the Bible. Jesus challenged His followers to "search the Scriptures... for they testify of Me" (John 5:39).  As this group will study together, Jesus can be found Genesis-Revelation, and in finding Him, life is found.  Eternal life and in the here and now.  The men at this group gather around tables with coffee for about 20 minutes, enjoying a devotion and discussion. This is followed by a time of intercessory prayer. The group then adjourns for breakfast together. New men are always welcome.


Theology can be intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. Whether conversations about theology have felt out of reach, over your head, or irrelevant, consider this book an invitation to the dialogue.
The goal of theology is knowing and loving God well. This is a lifelong endeavor, a never-ending pursuit, not for the sake of knowledge, but for an ever-deepening relationship with God Himself. Authors Jen Wilkin and J. T. English invite you to become not merely a consumer of theology, but a contributor to the conversation, and to grow in faithfulness to the Great Commission’s call to make disciples.

This 7 week book study will be offered on Wednesday night beginning January 10 and in Sunday School beginning January 21, 2024. Come join the study and get insight into being good a theologian.

Financial Peace University

According to a study by the Ramsey Solutions research team, 40% of Americans say their financial situation has caused them to lose sleep in the past month.
If you identify with this statement, please join us for informational opportunity about Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University.
There will be a meet and greet opportunity to explore this offering on Wednesday, January 24, 2024 in the First Baptist Parlor at 6:15 p.m.