Choir practice will start Sept. 9, 7 p.m.

Make a joyful noise to the Lord! Calling all singers! Do you love the Lord and desire to serve him through music? The present choir would like to invite you to join with them every Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. to practice music to sing during the Sunday morning worship service and for special occasions.
Contact Darryl and Rita Drew for more info:, 399-3468.

FBC Travel Mugs

???????????????????????????????The Board of Deacons will be selling FBC’s travel mugs for a donation of $5.00. The travel mugs are a new addition to our welcome gift bags for first-time visitors to our church and we have been able to purchase some extra ones for the members of our congregation. We will be selling the travel mugs on the following Sunday’s directly after church services: May 3, May 17, and May 24. We encourage all to purchase a travel mug – just in time for summer vacation and travels!

Parents Night Out! May 8, 5:30-8:30

parents-night-outStressed? Need a break from your kids? Parents, come enjoy a night out on Friday May 8th! From 5:30-8:30 kids 3 and up can come enjoy a movie and activities hosted here at FBC. Dinner will be provided and a nurse will be on site. $10 donation per child to benefit Vision Trust Guatemala Mission Trip and Church Mouse Scholarship Fund. See board for sign-up. Any questions email Mia Appell at

New Sermon Series: The Table

Series-Table-331x221Starting April 12 Pastor Rudnick will begin a new sermon series: The Table. It’s the place we gather to nourish our bodies. It’s also the place we gather to nourish our souls. The table is the place where community happens. Healthy families gather around the table. Friends gather around the table. They gather to laugh, tells stories, reflect on life and generally connect with each other. The table has always played an important role in building community.

In this 5-week series, we will look at the centrality of the table in the Biblical narrative. We will examine the need for Christ-centered table gatherings and the role they play in building community within the church and connecting with those outside the church.

Week 1 Christ at the Table
Week 2 Invited to the Table
Week 3 The Messy Table
Week 4 Table Manners
Week 5 A Reserved Table

Fellowship Breakfast March 22, 9 a.m.

Fellowship Breakfast

Rev. Dr. A. Roy Medley to visit March 22

Rev. Medley

The First Baptist Church of Ballston Spa is pleased to welcome Rev. Dr. A. Roy Medley, the general secretary of American Baptist Churches USA (ABCUSA), the pastoral and administrative leader of the 1.3-million-member denomination and over 5200 congregations. Rev. Alan Rudnick invites the community, other American Baptists, and local churches to meet and hear from Dr. Medley on March 22, 2015, 10:30 a.m. at The First Baptist Church of Ballston Spa, 202 Milton Ave. Ballston Spa, NY 12020.

FBC Christmas Celebration: Joseph’s Journey

Our choir sang beautifully and Living Gospels Ministry presented the story of Christ’s birth through Joseph’s point of view.

Advent Workshop 2014 pictures

We had a fun time of fellowship and crafts that prepared us for this season of advent. Click here to see the pictures.

Advent Workshop, Dec. 7, 11:30 a.m.

Advent Workshop2All are welcome to our 5th annual Advent Workshop today after worship. Advent Workshop is a 10 station crafting and creating workshop with fellowship lunch, providing you and your family the opportunity to tangibly prepare for the Advent season. Plan to attend and sign up on the board in the gathering area. Expect fellowship, fun, and engage in Advent Workshop Stations suitable for both children and adults.

Joseph’s Journey, December 5, 7:35 p.m.

Josephs Journey_revJoseph’s Journey with Mary to Bethlehem
Friday, December 5, 7:35 p.m.

After the Christmas parade, come and experience the story of the Nativity like you have never heard it before! Through powerful music,
featuring the choir and Men of Faith Quartet, and compelling drama, journey with Joseph as he receives the news that he would be the father of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, through immaculate conception. Joseph is often the forgotten character of the Nativity story, but
experiences God’s revelation through powerful events. Join us on December 5 @ 7:35 p.m. and be propelled back in time to experience the greatest story ever told.