First Baptist Church
27 Broad Street, Hamilton, NY 13346 315-824-2780
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F.B.C. gains two members
Congratulations to Beth and Ron Cerow on their decision to become members of F.B.C.! They were faithful parts of the church family months before they officially affirmed their membership at the end of the service on August 11th. May the Lord always guide them as they walk with us in His grace.
Summer Supplemental Food
at the Hamilton Food CupboardFirst Baptist friends are asked to donate peanut butter & jelly and fruits vegetables throughout the summer months to the Hamilton Food Cupboard to ensure lunches for children who have received them during the school year and may not always have regular lunchtime during the summer. The Cupboard also asks for school supplies.
Baptism on Sunday, March 12, 2017
The manifestation of God's love and these young ladies' commitment to Jesus Christ deeply enriches our lives.
Men's Breakfast a Hit!
Up to 21 men attend the Men's Fellowship Breakfast. Even though the tables are filled, they still don't run out of pancakes! The fellowship and devotion time is meaningful and the men look forward to sharing again. Men from other churches are very welcome to come to the breakfast.
Men's Breakfast meets the third Saturday of each month at 7:30 am.
Youth Group Activities
There is a youth group with youth from multiple churches around Hamilton.
International Student Fellowship
The Friday evening Fellowship Dinners are a wonderful time for the international student community. Sixty students, teaching interns and fellows from Colgate and over twenty members and friends of First Baptist Church come for food and fellowship. It is an amazing time!
News at First Baptist
Keep up with what happens at First Baptist every month.
Visit or call the church office ((315) 824-2780) for a copy of The Announcer, our official newsletter.
Read Announcer articles right here.
"What Is Your Truth?"
Discussion series on Wednesdays at 6:45 p.m. through November 20th
Hosted at F.B.C.
Led by Rev. Brooks Cato of
St. Thomas Episcopal Church