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This Week at First Baptist (9/16/15)

CalendarThis Week at First Baptist

  • Thursday, September 17, 12:00 noon: Book Club. Brown Bag Lunch (beverage will be provided). At our first meeting, we will create a booklist for the rest of the year. Come prepared with your suggestions for books you’ve been wanting to read. Invite your friends and neighbors. Here at First Baptist in the Parlor.
  • Thursday, September 17, 7:30 PM: Church Choir  in the Parlor. Come for the music fun and fellowship. Lift your voice in joyful song! All are welcome.
  • Friday, September 18, 1:00 PM: Congregational Life Task Team meeting in the Parlor.
  • Sunday, September 20, RALLY DAY
    10:00 AM: Worship and Sunday School
    Alive in the Spirit of God: Spirit of Hope,” Pastor Rick preaching. Afterwards we will enjoy our final cook out of the season. As usual, hamburgers, hot dogs, buns, condiments and beverage will be furnished. Bring a salad, side dish or dessert to share.
  • Tuesday, September 22, 12:00 noon: Senior Connections- Musical Memories. Lunch Provided. John Lehman, creator of Senior New Ways, leads the program. Covenant Presbyterian Church, 670 East Meadow Drive, 650-494-1760.
  • Thursday, September 24, 10:00 AM: Women’s Brunch at Corner Bakery Café, 3375 El Camino Real, Palo Alto. All women of our church community are invited to join in.

LOOKING AHEAD:

  • Sunday, September 27: Seventeenth Sunday in Pentecost
    10:00 AM: Worship and Sunday School for Children and Youth
    Alive in the Spirit of God: God in the End,” Pastor Rick preaching.

    11:30: Adult Spiritual Formation begins with a study of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuel, Hugh Satterlee leading. (We have three copies of this book. Hugh encourages us to look it over before the class.)

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We are a progressive Baptist Church affiliated with the American Baptist Churches, USA. We have been in Palo Alto since 1893. We celebrate our Baptist heritage. We affirm the historic Baptist tenets of: Bible Freedom, Soul Freedom, Church Freedom, Religious Freedom

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