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Saturday, May 28 - Contemplative Paddle
The first Contemplative Paddle of the season will be held on Saturday, May 28th from 8:30-10:30 am on Chebacco Lake in Essex. There is a limited number of canoes and kayaks for loan through the church (at no cost) and the paddle is open to novice and experienced paddlers. If you are interested in gliding into this first outing or having any questions, please R.S.V.P. to Kent Harrop at kharrop@fbcbeverly.org.

Women’s Fellowship: Desserts & Drawing
Tuesday, May 31 7:00 p.m.
Bring a favorite dessert to share and enjoy some coloring together (calories don’t count!). As the drawing winds down we’ll engage in a discussion of wisdom from strong and sassy women, those women being ourselves and some intriguing biblical characters.

Sunday, June 5 - Nicaragua Mission Trip information session
There will be a Nicaragua Mission Trip information session on Sunday, June 5th following worship in the Lounge at the rear of the Sanctuary. This meeting is for all who may be interested in learning more about a First Baptist Church Mis-sion Trip to Nicaragua, taking place from February 17th-26th, 2017. The trip is sponsored by the FBC Missions Committee and led by Kent Harrop. In Nicaragua, we will be hosted by AMOS, a health related organization that ministers to rural communities. We will be assigned a village to live in for several days and a project to work on. Possible projects include: building bio-sand water filters, building or repairing a clinic, assisting with a health information fair. Who can go? Anyone with a willingness to live in rustic conditions, do good work and meet wonderful people. Nicaragua is rated one of the poorest, yet safest, countries in Central America to travel in and will touch your heart for a lifetime. Come and have your questions answered. Is God calling you to Nicaragua?

Sunday, June 12 - “Breakfast-for-Lunch” and Africa Trip slideshow
The Mission group will be hosting a “Breakfast-for-Lunch” luncheon immediately following worship on Sunday, June 12th. The group promises there will not be snow on that day, even though the past several breakfast-for-lunch luncheons have included that feature. Following lunch all will be treated to a program presented by Terri and Ed McFadden on their recent trip to Africa. The proceeds will benefit upcoming mission trips — there are still a few slots open for this year’s summer Mission Trip to North Carolina. Speak to Beth Loughhead if you have any questions about the trip or would like to participate.

FBC Fellowship Reunion

July 8th—10th, 2016
Come and join with other alums from all the years of Fellowship history at FBC! Register and get more info at

Play Ball! - Tuesday, July 12
Mark your calendars for a warm summer evening at the ballpark on Tuesday, July 12 as the Lowell Spinners, takes on the Staten Island Yankees! The FBC Men’s Fellowship has secured a section of field box seats alongside first base line at LeLacheur Park in Lowell for a close-up view of the action! There are 30 tickets available and the event is open to the entire church family. Opening pitch is at 7:05 that evening and our group of tickets will go on sale on Sunday, June 5 in the Narthex.

Women’s Fellowship Retreat
September 23rd-24th, 2016 at Grotonwood Christian Camp & Conference Center

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Are you new to FBC? Considering membership?

If you are interested in learning more about FBC Beverly, a new Inquirer's Class is forming for those new to FBC, interested in baptism, or considering becoming a member. FBC’s Inquiry Classes are a wonderful way to learn about the values that guide our life as a congregation, how to nurture a life of faith and what it means to be an American Baptist. We meet for approximately five sessions (1-1/2 hours each) at a mutually convenient time for participants in a relaxed setting. Not only are these sessions the best way to learn all about FBC Beverly but they’re a great way to meet others new to the church, ask questions, and share insights. Please email (kharrop@fbcbeverly.org) or speak with Kent if you are interested.