September is buzzing with activity at FBC Church Hill

There is plenty to do as well as get involved in at First Baptist Church Church Hill this month. And it all starts with the Golden Offering.

September is the month we collect for the Golden Offering. Our goal this year is $5,500.00.

September is also Deacons’ Appreciation Month. Please remember to do something nice for your Deacon.

A few of the bigger events this month kick off this coming Sunday, Sept. 11 when Discipleship training and Handbells resume. We’ll also get new music director Garry Stuart started off on the right foot with a reception for him and outgoing interim music director Jimmie Self in the activities building at 6pm.

The following week we’ll get busy making Apple Butter with a jar washing Sept. 15 at 9 am in the activities building followed by the 25th Annual Apple Butter Makin’ at the Picnic Shelter Sept. 17 at 7 am.

That Sunday, Sept. 18, we’ll have a Deacon Sponsored Mission Meal following morning worship in the activities building.

We hope to see you in September!

Church-wide Picnic at Laurel Run (Aug. 21)

church-picnic-images-Church-Picnic-ClipartBreak out your lawn chair and don’t forget your appetite, it’s that time again…. Time for the annual church-wide picnic at Laurel Run park this Sunday, Aug. 21.

The festivities will begin at 4pm at shelters 1 & 9 at Laurel Run. Everyone is welcome and it’s a great time to meet friends and families old and new.

Come out for an evening of food, fun and fellowship at Laurel Run Park. Read more

Meet our new music director – Garry Stuart

We want to welcome Garry Stuart who will be coming on board as our new, full-time music director in the coming weeks.

Garry was born and raised in Canton, NC where he graduated from Pisgah High School in 1979. He then went on to study at Oral Roberts University where he received his bachelors degree in 1983 before going on to attend Southwestern Baptist Seminary.

Garry accepted Christ into his life in June of 1972 at the age of 10 during vacation bible school and says he was called to the ministry when he was a sophomore in high school. Read more