To enrich and extend our common worship life and Bible study, the ministers of First Baptist Church of Asheville invite all members and friends to join them for a time of prayer, communion, conversation, and fellowship. These in-person experiences will be hour-long small groups that meet at the church campus or in homes. Zoom meetings will be offered for those who are not able to attend in-person gatherings.
To view the Acts Initiative flyer, click here.
To register, click here.
Sharing Resurrection Hope
Our generosity theme this year is Sharing Resurrection Hope. As our pastor, Mack Dennis, noted, “Resurrection now means to meet extraordinary challenges with extraordinary hope.” God has given us everything we need to be the people and the church God needs us to be. Please join us in this exciting adventure.
Click here to discover how you can participate in sharing hope to build a community that makes the promise of resurrection visible to a watching world.
Finding Sanctuary: Individual Reflection and Prayer
Members and friends of First Baptist Church of Asheville may discover sanctuary as we offer scheduled times for prayer and reflection. We are opening our main sanctuary and sacred garden for individuals at certain times. Members and friends may come to pray in the sanctuary, walk the labyrinth, or rest in silence in the sacred garden. NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.
Guidelines for Prayer in the Sanctuary and Sacred Garden - click here.
Giving - Thank you for your support of the church across this time when we are not gathered. You may give online or mail your contributions to FBCA at 5 Oak Street, Asheville, NC 28801.
Urgent Needs - If you have any immediate needs, please contact the church office or the Minister on Call at 828.252.4781.
What About Recovery and Support Groups? Currently, groups are not meeting at the church facility. For questions regarding this, please email Coordinating Pastor, David Blackmon, at email@example.com.
What About Future Events? Please watch the church website, WLOS, and your email for other announcements. Please review the church website and your email about opportunities for worship and study through social media and other online venues.
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