Our Schedule for the Holidays

Aren’t you amazed at how quickly Christmas has arrived?

Let me give you a look at the schedule of First Baptist Church Covington over the next three weeks.

We will not have Wednesday activities December 20, 27, or January 3. We will begin with our full slate of classes and ministries Wednesday, January 10. This will include Wednesday night suppers as well. Also, the Tuesday Men’s Breakfast will follow the same schedule. We will begin again Tuesday, January 9.

Since Christmas Eve is on Sunday, we are expecting an even larger attendance than usual this year. To accommodate you and your guests, we will have four services at 9:30, 11:00, 1:30, and 3:00. All the services will be the same which will include our expanded orchestra and the Lord’s Supper. Please join with us on this special day and welcome our new Minister of Music, David Logan, who will be leading worship. David will return to Florida after Christmas to move his family to the Covington area and to join us in worship January 7, 2018.

We will not have Bible Fellowship Groups December 24 or 31. We will have our normal worship times December 31.

Also, our Saturday night services will not meet December 23 or 30.

In case you need to know, our church offices will be closed December 25 and 26 and January 1. Please let us know when you are aware of ministry needs.

I don’t need to remind you of the significance of the next few months for FBC. We hope to move to our new Worship Center prior to Easter. Everything is moving quickly, and we are excited to see the progress. To get us ready for the new beginning, I will preach a series of sermons in January and February called “Getting Ready.”

Please pray that God will bless His church and that we would be obedient to Him.

 

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I am the senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Covington, Louisiana, a position that I have held since 1989.

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