The First Baptist Church of Glencoe, AL, exists to bring glory to God through lives transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are a community of people who don’t want to just do church, we want to be the Church. By our obedience to the Word of God through the Holy Spirit’s infilling and empowerment we desire to be a living, healthy and powerful testimony of the body of Christ for His glory. We are on mission to serve Him by bringing hope, strength, and change to our city and the world.
Please be in prayer as we prepare to go to Saltillo, Mexico again. The trip dates are Saturday- October 24th thru Friday the 30th for those who fly and Thursday October 22nd thru Saturday 31st for those who go on the van. We are trying to arrange for a van so make this a matter
I sit here this morning with many emotions – some good, some not so much! Today is Shirley’s and my last Sunday here at First Glencoe. A week from tomorrow (Sept 28th) we will be heading north to Wisconsin, to a little town 40 mile south of Madison and the University of Wisconsin. It’s going
What’s started? Glad you asked. Why, the construction/remodeling has started. The first thing that had to be done is the repair to the west wall. That was actually started a couple of weeks ago but, were interrupted a couple of time with the weather. Starting August 9th out morning services will be held in the
Men, Come join us September 20th at 7:30 for our monthly breakfast. We gather every month on the 3rd Sunday for a good time of Faith, Fellowship and Food. All three of which are very good and fulfill a need in our daily lives. We have a special speaker every month to bring a
Well as we enter into the fall months, we are eighteen weeks into our one hundred fifty six week campaign. God is blessing and the work is ongoing. You have given over the past eighteen weeks $95,254.11, which is an average of $5,291.89 weekly. God bless each of you who have faithfully honored your commitments. To God be the glory.
FAREWELL TO BARRY AND TAMMY BENEFIELD: On Sunday, August 9 at 6:00 PM we will have a celebration in honor of Barry Benefield and family in the Fellowship Hall. There will be a place for anyone who would like to bring cards, etc. Please bring sandwiches, spinach dip, crackers, chicken buffalo dip, cornbread salad, pasta salad, cheese
1 Peter 1:3—“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead…” New life. That’s what we see all around us during this time of year as the old vestiges
Too often serving in the church nursery can seem like a thankless job. One of the key tasks for children’s ministry leaders is to help volunteers understand their importance. With that in mind, I offer these following 7 reasons why serving in the church nursery is important. Reason #1 God is in the church nursery.