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11/30/14: Advent starts!
Children's Worship will not be held this Sunday only, due to
observing the Lord's Supper. Sermon title is "Hope for Those
Who Wait." This day also signals the start of the week of
prayer for international missions, and the Lottie Moon
Mission Offering. There will be prayer guides and special
offering envelopes in your bulletin. The evening message is
on the Lord's Supper, and we will observe the Lord's Supper
at the end of both services.
12/03/14: This Wednesday night the Fellowship Meal will be a Potluck Supper at
5:45 in Fellowship Hall, followed byother activities at 6:30pm.
The other activities include Choir, Young women's Bible Study,
Chinese Bible Study, and TeamKids for 4-K. Those men who
usually attend "Sitting in the Gate" are invited to join the
work party as we seek to finish before freeze up. Plans are
to finally install the new coat racks. If that goes quickly,
maybe we will be able to finish the texturing in room 230 so
it can be painted.
will be an all church work day from 10am to 2pm. to continue
the work begun. It will
concentrate on finishing installing new coat racks and trim,
and maybe texturing the walls in 230. There will be lunch for the
workers in Fellowship Hall at noon.
Work Parties will continue each Saturday till freeze up
(unless finished sooner), from 10am to 2pm. Each workday will
have a specific project to finish. If you can help provide
some food for the workers, contact Jennifer Cox.
Bible Study for all ages is at 9:45am, including
the pastor's Discovery Class. Services are at 11am, and 6pm.
Both Children's Worship (room 314) and Preschool Worship
(room 210) will take place during the morning service.
on Mission will meet to hear from two of our missionaries,
at the Cookie Jar Restaurant, at 11:30am. Be sure to contact
Judy Zach ahead of time, if you plan to attend, as
reservations must be made. Her contact information will be
in the bulletin, and UBCNews.
Usual service times are listed under Our Church, below.
For other events, click on our Calendar link above.
Choir is every Wednesday except on the three
business meetings of the year. All of the activities in the list below
start up in early September and run through the end of
at 5:45 p.m. there is a Fellowship Meal, followed at
Celebration Choir Practice
TeamKids (age 4-K)
College/Career young women's Bible Study
Chinese Adult Bible Study
Nursery, for those too young for TeamKids.
We also have a bell choir, Jubilee Bells,
which meets Sunday afternoons in the winter.
Sermons on the Web
You can listen to some past sermons with the
player below, or use the Bible tab to search the Bible. You
may want to wait till the page music stops (it only plays
through once) before starting the sermon
Preschool Worship (age 4-K) in room 210
meets during the 11 a.m. adult worship service. At 6 p.m.,
during the evening worship service (except for June through
August), Mission Friends for Preschoolers meets in
room 210 and there is also a CA's (Children in Action)
upstairs in room 307 for grades 1-6.
In Winter, each Wednesday (5:45 p.m.) there is a Fellowship Meal (suggested donation $4 per
person or $11 per family), though in 2014 we did not have a
chef, so we are going with a potluck for now, no donation
needed, just food!
At 6:30 p.m., there is
Ladies Fellowship in room 202, College/Career young women's
Bible Study, Youth small groups, TeamKids (age 4-K), and
Chinese Bible Study in room 203. And of course, a nursery for those under 4.
For current events,
click on the announcement link above.
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Baptist Church, a Southern Baptist church at 1197 University
Avenue, Fairbanks, Alaska 99709 was established in 1959. Our pastor is Gary Cox, who joined us in September 2000 with his wife,
and three sons.
Sunday Worship times: 9:45 a.m.
for Sunday School (all ages), 11 a.m.,
and 6 p.m.
What to Expect Sunday:
Our Sunday Services are at 11 a.m., and 6 p.m. All
blend traditional elements and hymns with some more contemporary
choruses. Over the course of a month, you can expect to hear a mix of
congregational singing, choir, ensembles, trios, instrumentalists, and
solos. There is no rigid dress code, though evening services tend
to be more informal. Services last about one hour. There is also Preschool Worship (age 4-K)
every Sunday in room 210. Bible Study for all ages begins at 9:45 a.m. The
church has a "cry room" equipped with closed circuit TV of the services,
as well as a nursery for birth through age 4 during all services. All
nursery workers (paid or volunteer) have passed background checks. In
the evening, during the 6 p.m. service, Mission Friends meet (for age 4-K)
in room 210,
and CA's for grades 1-6 in room 311.
The congregation itself is a mix of ethnicities from all
walks of life. While predominately "anglo," we have a Chinese
Mission, with outreaches to the Philippines and Africa. Church members
include African-Americans, Filipinos, & Koreans, to name just a few.
We have complete church information
available by phoning 907-479-2440 and surfing our menus when the phones
are on "auto attendant." Extension 502 will take you to special
announcements, and 503 will give you regular weekly events, for example.
Our staff page gives staff extension numbers.
The button on the left - "Meet Jesus" - is an evangelistic movie
using Flash technology, courtesy of the North American Mission
Board. Click on it and see! To get your own, go
where members and visitors can
take the next step in learning about our church. Included, for example, are
directions for adding yourself to our weekly email update, UBCNews.
Or, if you are a college student, our CCList is for college
students (CC stands for College/Career, a UBC group which meets
weekly for fellowship and Bible study, and monthly for lunches,
progressive dinners, ski
trips, overnight retreats, canoe outings, etc.)