June 2017

Welcome to our website!  We’re glad you’re here.  Please take a look around and listen to the songs and messages from Pastor Benjamin. Let us know if you have any questions.

This week’s message will be about gaining strength through the Lord’s Joy.


Bulletin Announcements:

Thank you to the Music Team for organizing the morning worship experience for our church. The team has started rotating musicians and vocalists this summer so that everyone can be involved.  Team member, Melanie, is currently inviting our church attendees to participate in a bell choir. Other activities the Music Team has been working on are organizing music for the upcoming church picnic and keeping the piano and organ tuned. Thank you to Curtis for leading music while Pastor Benjamin was out of town and for driving to Seville to rehearse weekly. Please let Melanie know if you’re interested in the Bell Choir.

TONIGHT at 6pm is the Old Fashioned Hymn Sing (Upstairs) & Youth Game Night (Outside) Fun and messy activities for youth.  Hymn requests upstairs.  If it rains the youth will be doing indoor games.  FOOD PROVIDED.

July 15th starting at 7am:  FBCS Build-a-Barn! The Banfield Family would like to bring their horses home. Our church is invited to help.  Please bring your tools and let’s HELP BUILD their BARN! Donuts and coffee provided. Lunch will be served at 1pm with the main dish provided. Please bring a side dish or dessert. Water and iced tea provided. Address: 9780 Daniels Rd.

Seville First Baptist Church invites you to our Annual Church Picnic on July 30th, 10:30am at Cy Hewitt Park! There will be worship service and music by Willis Riggenbach on dulcimer. Pastor Benjamin Payne will share from the Word of God. MUSIC | GAMES | COOKOUT | RC RACES. Hamburgers, hotdogs, and place settings will be provided. Please bring your lawn chairs, a covered dish or dessert to share, games, and radio control cars if you have them!

FBCS believes that Dedicating a child acknowledges God’s sovereignty not only over the child, but also Mom and Dad. Parents present their child before God and His people asking for grace and wisdom in carrying out their responsibilities. Parents also come praying that their child might one day trust Jesus Christ as Savior for the forgiveness of sin. Deuteronomy 6:4-7 commands parents to love God; if they truly wish for their child to one day love and follow God, their lives must be an example. This is a good time to query parents about their own personal relationship with Christ.  If you are interested in dedicating a child to the Lord, please talk with Pastor Benjamin.

Still Needed: Sunday School Teachers

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