COVID-19 Update : In compliance with the governor’s stay-at-home order, and in order to contribute to the health and wellness of our community, all Farmville Baptist Church events will take place digitally or be postponed, and our building will be closed until April 30th. We will re-evaluate our ability to gather in person on a week-by-week basis after June 10th. In the meantime, we are working hard to virtually worship, stay connected, and complete mission outreach. Please do not hesitate to reach out via email to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. For details on how to join our virtual worship services on Sunday mornings at 11:00am please visit the "Virtual Gatherings" page under the Ministry menu; or click here.
We cordially invite you to be our guest this Sunday morning! We hope the following information is helpful to you as you prepare to visit Farmville Baptist.
9:45 am…………Sunday School (all ages—see Children’s Ministry)
10:55 am……….Preparation for Worship
We gather for worship in our sanctuary on Sunday mornings at 10:55 a.m. We have a “liturgical-traditional” worship style that may be characterized by a thoughtful reverence that still connects to the heart. While you will be encouraged to fill out a guest registration card and a fellowship register during the service, you are under no obligation to do so. We also will not ask you to stand or raise your hand to identify yourself as a guest during the service! We emphasize a Gospel of grace as taught and lived out by our Lord Jesus Christ, and we trust the Holy Spirit to work in your life to respond and live out that Gospel in a way that is uniquely yours. Therefore, we will not try to emotionally manipulate people to “make a decision for Christ” or to feel or respond in a certain way.
Each worship gathering (averaging 50-70 people) is centered on a theme usually based upon the assigned scriptural readings of the Revised Common Lectionary. We sing mostly hymns from the 1991 Baptist Hymnal accompanied by an organ and/or piano. We follow the Christian calendar and we celebrate the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter and Pentecost.
Even though we’re somewhat “high church,” our worship services also periodically incorporate contemporary songs, dramatic presentations, congregational participatory exercises and other ways to engage the five senses and the whole person. The aim of each worship experience is to re-present faithfully the drama of God’s redeeming work and to inspire worshipers to ascribe worth to God and to join in what God is doing in our world.
While many of our members wear “Sunday clothes,” there is NO dress code. Come as you are!