To celebrate Palm Sunday April 5, here's a palm branch for kids to be able to print, color and wave at home.
FBC will not hold public worship services or Sunday School for the time being. Our 11:00 a.m. service will be broadcast on the radio on 93.7 FM and Facebook Live.
Sundays at 10 a.m. Youth Bible Study on zoom
Sundays at 10 a.m. Adult Bible Study on zoom
MIDWEEK for Youth will meet ONLINE Wednesdays at 6 p.m.! We will send out the ZOOM link on Wednesday afternoons. Be sure to join a REMIND group so you will get the link. Parents/FBC Oxford members can join the group by texting @fbcoxp1 to 81010. Students can join the group by texting @fbcoxy1 to 81010.
Explorer’s Bible Study will not meet publicly for the remainder of the Isaiah lessons. Contact your small group leader or Beth Fitts to learn how to join an online group.
GriefShare will be meeting online Wednesdays at 6 p.m. For more information, contact Barbara Wright at 662-801-1874.
Staying Home Because of Health Concerns? Don't want to get the kids out of the house? Need some groceries, a bill paid, some meds picked up?
Let our FBC Oxford Errand Runners Help! Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons! Call the church office at (662) 234-3515 to schedule your personal Errand Runner today!
If you can volunteer to be available to help by going shopping, picking up medicine, paying a bill, visiting the bank, etc. please call Pam Carter in the church office at 662-234-3515. You will be needed from 1:30-4 p.m. on the day/days you volunteer. We will meet at church at 1:30 p.m. each day to get assignments.
Message from Bro. Don
Whether we are able to continue public meetings or not in the future because of COVID 19, we can still stay connected. Sunday School classes can check on each other. We have many options for radio and online broadcasts. Our concerns about COVID 19 may be unsettling but when we stay connected, we remember that we aren’t alone.
Now is the time for faith. Christians are a people who trust in Jesus Christ. We can pray for people in our nation and communities who must make leadership decisions. We can be firm in our confidence that God is strong in the face of our fears. We can be positive about the hope we have in Jesus.
Don Gann, Pastor
First Baptist Church