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Wednesdays at First Baptist

Learn more about Wednesdays at First Baptist Church of Kennett Square.

Wednesdays at First Baptist Church

 

Wednesday is an important day in the life of First Baptist Church.

Youth group meets on Wednesday night.

Every Wednesday of the month there is a unique worship experience taking place in the sanctuary. The challenge is to find the place(s) you connect and join in. Each Wednesday worship event has a slightly different focus:

Call to Worship – 7 p.m. in Church Sanctuary 

2nd Wednesday of each month – A Call to Worship and Prayer is a mix of musical worship that celebrates God.

The Worship Team prepares the songs each month, encouraging voices over instrumentation. Songs you are likely to hear can be centuries old to those you might hear on the radio now.

All are welcome to join in this celebration of worship through song.

 

Wacky Wednesday Worship

Dinner at 5:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall, followed by worship
at 6:30 p.m. in the church Sanctuary 

3rd Wednesday of each month — This youth-created and youth-led worship service runs from September through April. It is specifically for children ages 4-12 (those kindergarten-age and younger must have a parent stay with them).

Starting this September we will offer dinner for the children who participate. Join us every month for meals that could include pizza, hot dogs, chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese, or spaghetti. Donations will be accepted to help offset the costs of the dinners.

To register your children for Wacky Wednesday Worship, parents can do one of the following:

Call 610-444-5320
E-mail admin@ksqfbc.com
Click to fill out an online registration form
Stop by the church to fill out a paper form

 

 

Quiet Waters – 7:00 PM in Church Sanctuary 

4th Wednesday of each month – The focus of this time together is on quiet, meditative worship.  If you are looking for a time of peace where you can reflect and connect with God this is the place for you. Each month there is a theme that guides our worship.  The goal is that we would learn what it means to “Be still and know.”

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