First Baptist Church
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Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in small groups of all ages (including Children’s Sunday School) for the study of God’s word and fellowship.
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Welcome to First Baptist Church of South Hill, Virginia.
If you are a soul seeking peace and a closer relationship with the Lord, the family of First Baptist is excited to welcome you to our church. First Baptist is a church that desires to love one another, serve the Lord and welcome those seeking a church home. Our prayer is that you will visit/join our church to share in the experience of peacefulness of being accepted, loved, sharing in meaningful fellowship, and participating in joyful worship. We also focus on spreading God’s love through working together on missions, ministries and outreach to those local and far away. Come gather with us and become part of our First Baptist Church family.
“For where two or three are gathered together in My name I am there in the midst of them” Matthew 18:20 KJV
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IN THE INTERIM The month of May is a wonderful time of year. I always remember the part of a little song, “April showers, bring MAY flowers”. Though our azaleas and other flowering bushes peaked in April, we still have many beautiful flowers that will be making their May debut. The first week of May is when many of us will be putting in our vegetable gardens. The weather in May brings some of the nicest weather during the first six months of the year. The month of May is also the month when we honor our mothers on the second Sunday of the month. The history of Mother’s Day is interesting. The following is from an internet article: Mother’s Day officially began as a tribute to one woman. Anna Reeves Jarvis is most often credited with founding Mother’s Day. After her mother died on May 9, 1905, Jarvis set out to create a day that would honor her and moms as a group. She began the movement in West Virginia, which prides itself on hosting the first official Mother's Day celebration three years later at Andrews Methodist Episcopal Church, according to. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill recognizing Jarvis' idea as a national holiday to be celebrated each second...