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First Baptist Church
Treasuring God, Loving People

Women’s Ministry

Caroline Cobb Concert

First Baptist Church is delighted to host singer-songwriter Caroline Cobb for a Women’s Advent concert Friday, December 2nd at 7:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm).   Tickets may be purchased through Eventbrite. Cost is $15 in advance and $20 at the door (tickets are non-refundable). This event is designed for women 14 years and older.  …

AXE THROWING WOMEN’S EVENT

Adult ladies (18+), please join us for an evening of axe throwing, refreshments, and fellowship, Sunday September 11, 3-6pm. We’ll teach you the basics of this fun and unique activity. Just bring yourself and a willingness to try something new! Please RSVP to this FREE event by September 5. Email fbcmedford.womensevents@gmail.com or signup at the…

Fall Women’s Bible Study

Autumn is coming ladies!  Among other things, it means we get to meet together again, read God’s Word, and see how it impacts us today.  God has used men in many different ways, but He uses women as well.  Who did God put in place for such a time as this? Who did God use in…

Church Songs – Women’s Bible Study

Do we really understand what we’re singing? Have you ever raised your Ebenezer?  Just what is a bulwark, anyway? What about that Christmas angel Herald/Harold?  Was that really his first name? Beulah Land. Where exactly is that? A sheave.  Isn’t that a woman’s dress? What about fetters?  Are they for eating like apple fritters? A…

Church with Children

I sure remember what it was like to attend church with young children. I spent many Sundays pacing the foyer to keep my loud infant or my busy toddler from distracting others. For those months (and years! … I have 5 children), it was often hard to get the nourishment from the sermon that I…

Sign up for Galatians Women’s Study

Which gospel are you relying on? The church in Galatia faced a choice between two “gospels,” two ways of approaching a relationship with God, two ways of looking at life. Let’s see what God says through His apostle. Paul will show us how problems in our Christian life stem from forgetting or failing to live…