Welcome to FBC

Worship Times:
Sunday Morning 9 am & 11 am

The First Baptist Church of McMinnville is a creative, thoughtful, inclusive American Baptist congregation. Following the example of Jesus, the urging of the Spirit, the call of God, the challenge of the prophets, the legacy of those who have gone before us, and the insistence of our own consciences, we affirm the dignity and worth of all creation.

As we proclaim and work toward the reign of justice and peace, we welcome all people. We rejoice in our diversity and seek to understand our differences as ways of more fully encountering the beauty and complexity of the image of God. We commit to creating a community where people of all ages, abilities, genders, gender expressions, sexual orientations, races, ethnicities, nationalities, experiences, backgrounds, and situations are celebrated as full participants, as together we strive to be faithful followers and proclaimers of Good News.

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Worship in September

Sept. 2 Last Sunday of Summer Schedule: One Service at 10 am Communion Sunday + Courtyard Rededication - the service will end in the courtyard. “Reclaiming Our Gardens”
Excerpts from Psalms, the Song of Solomon, John, and Micah; Rev. Erika Marksbury preaching

Sept. 9 Two-Service Schedule Begins at 9 am & 11 am Adult Education Classes Resume at 10 am “A People Called to Freedom” Luke 4:16-21; Rev. Erika Marksbury preaching

Sept. 16 "Being Here and Now: A Contemporary People" Excerpts from John 4; Rev. Erika Marksbury preaching

Sept. 23 “Being There and Then: A Biblical People" Excerpts from Matthew 5; Rev. Erika Marksbury preaching

Sept. 30 5th Sunday Schedule 9 am Prayer Service / 11 am Combined Worship Rev. Marcia Patton, guest preacher at 11. Dr. Patton was the first executive minister of the Evergreen Association of American Baptist Churches USA. She also spent 13 years as associate executive minister with the American Baptist Churches of the Northwest and before that as associate minister for churches in Pennsylvania, Utah, and New Jersey. She served as a delegate to the National Council of Churches Assembly, and co-authored "When the Spirit Moves" (Judson, 2011).

12:15 pm - 5th Sunday Luncheon in the Social Hall