FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF ABBEVILLE
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Spirit-led Transformation Through the Gospel of Jesus Christ
MINISTRIES OF THE CHURCH
For more information contact the church office (366-2597) or the person listed.
Audio Visual - Bill Blackburn – Handles the audio-visual needs of the worship services and provides DVD’s to homebound and others who request them
Faith Home Ministry – Connie Speer –Provides a weekly devotional and meets other needs of the Faith Home through church wide projects
Grass Roots – Charles Williams—Cuts grass for widows/widowers and others unable to do own yard work.
Greeters – Don Reese—Meets and welcomes everyone as they arrive at church
Health Ministry – Connie Normand – Provides information and services to improve the physical, mental and spiritual health of the congregation
Hearts in Action – Rose Graham – Provides additional contact with homebound members through sending of prayer list and providing meals after church socials.
Lakelands Women’s Ministry – Amy Ricketts - The function of this group is to focus on the spiritual growth of women of all ages and to empower them through prayer, mentoring, discipleship, encouragement, fellowship, Bible study, and special events.
Library – Children – Ann Hawthorne—Available for children to check out books and DVD’s.
Meals on Wheels – Janet Vandiver-Teams (on a rotating basis) assist the Agency on Aging by carrying meals to shut-ins
Media Center – Lisa Ballenger—Provides books/DVD’s for the adult population of the church
Nursing Home – Music and Biblical teaching is offered to the residents on a regular basis
Prison- Randy Pitts/Ruth Hill—Men and women of the church conduct worship services and Bible studies at the local prison/county farm.
RA’s – Barry Kinard – Conducts regular programs for young men
Sunday School- Barry Jacks or Brandon Wilson – Provides Biblical teaching through individual classes
Team Kid – Daniel Royster – Teaches Children grades 1 through 6 on Wednesday nights.
Truth in Action – Pat Hill- Designed to help with all kinds of needs from home repairs to spiritual needs, upon request.
Tweenagers –Rose Graham—This senior adult group (ages 50 and up) meets monthly for a program and meal.
United Christian Ministries - Kathy Reese-Supports the local agency by supplying food, money and other services
Walker Apron Ministry – Sandra Johnston-Makes aprons for walkers and includes a spiritual tract
VBS – Angie Broome or Angie Stone- Plans and directs during the summer a week-long Vacation Bible School for children of the church and community
WMU –Shirley Seawright -- This women’s mission organization has groups (including BYW for young women and GA/Acteens for youth) that meet regularly. They also have a ministry project each month to serve others, for the cause of Christ.