First Baptist Church Coolidge will have June 7th Sunday Morning service in our facility. This service will begin at 10:30 AM and go to approximately 11:45. The only entrance open with be our 4th street entrance, whereupon entry you will be asked to sanitize your hands (Sanitizer will be provided) and you will be escorted to seats that will be socially distant as requested by our good Good Governor.
No other classes or services will be offered at this time at our facility.
We request that if you want to come and participate, that you observe these precautions as directed by our Pastor and Deacons.
Every effort is being made to stay in contact. Messages and devotions will continue being placed both on our YouTube Channel and on our FaceBook page. To find these locations, see below.
At this time, we are offering Sunday Morning studies available both on our FaceBook page and on our YouTube channel.
You can find our Facebook page by searching for FBCCoolidgeTX
You can find our YouTube Channel by searching for "Journey of Faith Coolidge Texas"
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For Church Members: We are collecting offerings in two primary ways. You can call one of our Deacons, place your offering in an envelope, and they will be happy to pick it up and make sure it confidentially reaches our Treasurer for normal processing. Or, you can always drop a check in the mail to our address which is: FBC Coolidge, PO Box 189. Coolidge, TX. 76635 Pastor Chuck will pick up our mail each Monday and any offerings received will go straight to our Treasurer for confidential processing as normal. Thank you for your continued obedience to God in your giving, especially in this time of great need in our community. Also, remember our special offerings, the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions, and our Building Repair Fund which is going to do all the repairs we need inside our facility. Thank you for being a people in love with their God, and in love with each other as we work together to get through this crisis.