BFBC Staff Want to Hear Re-opening Questions, Concerns
When CDC and city guidelinesallow us to gather again in person, what questions or concerns do you have about how the church will function? For example, will we still pass the offering plate? What will we do if gatherings are limited to no more than 100 people? Please submit your questions here.
April 1, 2020
Supply Kits For Nicaragua Mission Trip Rolling In
Donations of kits for children, babies, basic hygiene, etc., are being accepted until April 5, in the East Entrance breezeway, near the church office during regular office hours. So the entrance remains clear, please call ahead if you have a large amount to drop off:
April 21, 2020
Sewists create hundreds of masks for Bartians
The Sew Giving ministry, a small group of BFBC sewists, created and donated 70 masks to the City of Bartlesville employees and 40 masks for several local ministries. A supply of cloth masks is also available through the church office to anyone who needs one.
March 30, 2020
BFBC Members Serve Community at Agape
During a three hour shift on Saturday, members of BFBC served food specifically
to over 200 Bartlesville children 18 and younger who are not able to eat on weekends. BFBC will continue to serve through the end of April. Click here to sign up if you'd like to serve.
April 6, 2020
WalMart Gift Cards Donated to Laid-off United Linen Workers
BFBC donated gift cards to United Linen employees recently laid off due to the Coronavirus. Each also received a letter inviting them to our Easter Drive-In Service and reassuring them of our prayers for them, and the hope they can find in Christ.
In the name of Jesus, members of First Baptist blessed some of the Bartlesville Fire Department with enough food supplies for two complete meals. More meals continue to be donated to support them. If you would like to send a note of encouragement to them, please click here.