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Sunday, September 25, after the 8:45 service.

We have new window stickers for your cars. If you need one, please contact Keith. Please be sure to get a sticker if you volunteer and park in the church lot during the week (it is recommended but not necessary for Sundays). The old sticker will no longer be valid as of November 1, 2016. The number available is limited. Please note we will no longer provide window stickers for your temporary transportation: a dated parking pass is available at the front desk if you’re not driving your regular car or only have occasional need. These stickers and cards are only good for the FBC lot (on 12th and Salmon); park in one of the volunteer spots along the north wall. If you have questions on allowable parking, please contact Keith.

Dinners resume September 14, 2016.


  • The Christian Education Team is looking for a few more Sunday School teachers for the elementary aged classes. If you love working with children and want to be trained in teaching Sunday School please talk to Pastor Chris.
  • We are looking for a small team of volunteers who could answer our FBC phone on Sunday mornings, in one hour shifts. This would require dependability, discretion and some training on our phone system. If you are interested, please contact Pastor David Wheeler.
  • The Drop-In Center needs your help! We need help from 10 am to 4 pm Mondays and Thursdays, but whatever time you can give would be greatly appreciated. This ministry provides free lunch to hundreds of people every month, and most of the work is done by our wonderful volunteers. There’s always plenty to do. Thank you!

The seventh annual Downtown Compassion Clinic will take place at First Baptist Church on Saturday, October 8, from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm, featuring medical, dental, chiropractic, visual and foot care services, also a social services fair, free haircuts, personal care items and gently used clothing. Services are free to all.  For information on volunteering, talk to Dr. Wheeler or go to