Worship

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Sunday morning is also a wonderful time of fellowship where we grab a cup of coffee and talk together about our lives of faith.  In the service we share our prayers and the things we are thankful for.  And we often celebrate together the things that are happening in each others lives.

We have two different types of worship on Sunday both at 11:00. Traditional worship is held in the Sanctuary, and contemporary worship is held in Fellowship Hall.  To learn more about what the contemporary service is like visit commontablemadison.org.

But to really understand what worship is like at First Baptist Church, you have to come experience it.

We hope that you will!

The nursery is open for children ages zero to kindergarten during both worship services.

This summer, elementary aged children at FBC will have the opportunity to “Journey through the Bible” at 11:00 on Sundays. The classes started on Sunday, June 5 and will run through Sunday, August 28 (before Labor Day) at 11:00 a.m. in Room 104.

Sample sermons given by the pastoral staff:

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Aug. 25, 2013: “Let justice flow down like the waters.”
A fiftieth anniversary remembrance of the March on Washington and the unfinished business of racial justice still to be addressed. Sermon text is Amos 5:23-24. Rev. Mark Clinger preaching.

 

Sept. 1, 2013: “You are accepted.”
Pastor Jason talks about the good news of God’s acceptance as the primary message of the church to the world.  Sermon text is Ephesians 2:4-9. Rev. Jason Mack preaching.

 

Sermons given in the last three months are available on the sermon audio page.

rss-80 Audio recordings of sermons are available as a RSS feed.
To subscribe: Feed URL = http://firstbaptistchurchmadison.podbean.com/feed/
The sermons are also available in iTunes.
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