After a service, go down the stairs (left) into Memorial Hall (below) for coffee or tea, homemade pastries, and conversation.
And we hope you'll notice that there's always a glow in our windows, even when it snows!
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Our "helping hands" food pantry is located in the back of the Sanctuary. First Baptist friends and families donate nonperishable food items that are later deliver to food pantries in our area for distribution to those in need.
As you enter the Sanctuary, pick up your Sunday bulletin from one of our ushers. We have hearing assisted devices available. In the front of the Sanctuary the pulpit is to the left and the choir loft is on the right.
There is an electric lift installed to assist mobility, gaining access from the lower level parking to the upper Sanctuary for services. (Photo at left.)
The first Sunday of each month is Communion Sunday. We use the church's historic communion table (right) for the celebration of the Lord's Supper.
Pastor Ludwig believes in "making a joyful noise to the Lord," adding variety to the worship services by often accompanying hymns with his guitar. A wide variety of ages and instruments are used to enhance the worship experience.
After you leave the Gilman House, walk around to the front of the church. You'll see the gracefully arched windows and enter the double front doors of the church.
Our church office is in the Gilman House which is located to the right of the church. All administrative tasks are taken care of here, as well as many meetings and classes.