Sunday, March 15th - Celebrate Fellowship with Breakfast for Lunch
Join together with your church family in Wilbur Hall for a luncheon of a different kind. Your Missions Committee will be “scrambling” to put together the most delicious breakfast lunch time has to offer — including your favorite breakfast casseroles, fresh fruit, and much more all complemented by coffee (from our new “Hospitality Café”), juices and teas! We hope you will join us for a second round of the most important meal of the day!
March 24th - Men’s Fellowship Breakfast
The first Men’s Fellowship Breakfast of 2015 will be held Tuesday morning, March 24th downstairs in the Chapel. The morning will feature guest speaker Terri McFadden of the Beverly Historical Society, and the topic will be “Gold Rush!” A delicious breakfast prepared by Deb Mallon begins at 7:00 AM, and our gathering will end promptly at 8:00 so that attendees can be off to work. Feel free to arrive earlier to chat over coffee! Contact Kent Harrop or Brian Gregory for further details.
March, 27th - Book Group Meeting!
The next meeting of the Book Group will feature a discussion of “A New England Girlhood” by Lucy Larcom, the usual time to enjoy a bring-your-own lunch, and special guest Virginia Currier, a longtime volunteer at the Beverly Historical Society.
Saturday, March 28th 8:30 AM-NOON
Your Church Council and Ministerial Team invite you to help set the direction of First Baptist Church in Beverly over these next 12 – 24 months. We will consider new ways that God is calling us to live out our faith. At the end of this exciting morning we will have specific plans to guide the energy and creativity of our congregation. We need your voice, and we ask you to please make this Call to Action on March 28th a priority!
Saturday, April 11th - Super Mission Saturday Returns!
The Missions Committee is asking for all hands on deck as we undertake many, many service projects in and around FBC and our community. They’ve set the date for Saturday, April 11th, which (keep your fingers crossed) means we won’t be shoveling snow! Projects from last year involved FBC’ers and friends of all ages, skillsets, and strengths, and this year we’ll be looking for nothing less! We’ll once again be partnering with Harborlight Community Partners to go out into the community to help improve living spaces, our children will be involved in a project specially designed for small hands and young minds, and many small “home-improvement” projects are sure to be spotted going on at 221 Cabot Street. We ask that you mark your calendars and save the date for something super on April 11th!