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Seasonal Sing-A-Long!!

1890 Sterling Parlor Organ

 

             Seasonal Sing Along

   November 10 from 3:00-5:00pm

                        Join Us!!

 

First Baptist Church of Hudson is hosting a Seasonal Sing-Along on November 10 from 3:00– 5:00 p.m. Come to Ruth Parker’s home at 11 Old Robinson Road in Hudson to enjoy songs with Jackie Cole playing a pumper parlor organ.  This organ was made by the Sterling Company in 1890 and has been restored by Bruce Stevens of  1001 Keys % Co. of Wells River, VT.

Trunk Or Treat

Postponed ’til Saturday Nov 2  6 to 8 pm!!!

Come and visit us!!  A safe place to enjoy Halloween!!

                              ALL WELCOME!!

EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN OUR CHURCH PARKING LOT at

236 Central Street

Hudson, NH

Worship Schedule Changes to 10:30 AM

ALL WELCOME !!

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN SUNDAY SCHEDULE

Beginning September 8, 2019

 Worship Hour at 10:30am

First Sunday of each month we offer Communion
Sunday School Classes Sept 29 – June 9:00am

 

 

“To Know Christ and to make Him Known.”

First Baptist Church of Hudson
(A Christ-centered Church)
236 Central Street
Hudson, New Hampshire 03051-4496
(603)882-6116, Church Office
(603)882-1616, Pastor’s Office

Rev. Dr. Moa Imchen, Pastor
Mrs. Jackie Cole, Organist

Office hours are Monday-Friday 9am-12pm
Pastor’s hours are Tues, Wed, Thu 9am-12pm
Saturday 9am-12pm
Food Pantry Tues. and Thurs. from 10am-11:45am

Welcome Visitors!

Family Fun Day July 27

Family Fun Day July 27

 

First Baptist Church Hudson, is having our “FAMILY FUN DAY”, “on Saturday the 27th of July from 10 am to 1:00 pm. So bring your family and friends to, 236 Central Street,( church parking lot) for fun and lots of hot dogs and snacks for everyone. We are having our popular Water Slide (be sure to bring a bathing suit and towel),a Bounce House and new this year a Vintage car show, ,our “ARTISTE” David will be back doing Family Portraits and many old and new fun and games . For more information contact chairman, Jan Russell at  JANRHUDSON@aol.com, or church office 603-882-6116

BAFTA Presentation June 4, 2019

 

BAFTA JUNE PROGRAM

ALL WELCOME

The June BAFTA (Be A Friend To All) will be held at the church on June 4, 2018.  There will be a dinner followed by a special speaker, David Wiernicki of Stonecroft Ministries.

Dinner will be served at 6:00pm with the speaker for the evening at 7:00pm.  There is no charge for the dinner but we do ask for reservations. Chef Jackie will be preparing the meal for us.  Reservations can be made by calling the church office at 603-882-6116.

 

David Wiernicki

All are invited to come enjoy an evening of fellowship, a home cooked dinner and hear the testimony of David Wiernicki, who spent 28 years behind the walls of some of New York’s toughest State Prisons.

Titled, “Peace or Prison? The Choice is Yours!”

David will give account of how God totally changed his life and how Jesus cares for you and can give you Peace instead of Prison, in this life and beyond.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity!”

So, mark your calendar and give the church office a call to reserve your place at the table!!

 

Annual Roll Call and Pot Luck!!

This Sunday, May 5, is the annual Roll Call at First Baptist Hudson. This event will be held in the sanctuary as part of our morning service. Following service we will share a pot luck luncheon in Memorial Hall before our quarterly congregational meeting.

 

10:30 Annual Roll Call During this service individuals will have an opportunity to respond with their favorite Bible verse.

11:45 (time approximate) Pot Luck Luncheon in Memorial Hall. Bring your favorite main dish, salad, or desert. Following lunch will be our quarerly congregational meeting. This is an opportunity to get and share information on church activities.

Holy Week at First Baptist Hudson

 

Join us at First Baptist Hudson Holy Week Activities

236 Central Street (corner of Central and Greeley)

April 14: Palm Sunday
Church Service at 10:30 a.m.
Distribution of Palms

April 18: Maundy (Holy)Thursday
7:00 p.m.

We will observe a Tenebrae Service of Darkness. There will be special musical selections and appropriate scripture readings as candles are extinguished and lighting is dimmed, until we find ourselves in total darkness. A bell will toll 33 times, and the Christ Candle is returned to symbolize God’s faithfulness in the face of death.

 

April 19: Good Friday

Our church will be opened from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for those wanting to pray.

2019 Easter

 

April 21: EASTER SUNDAY
Sunrise Service is held—rain or shine—at the boat landing of Robinson Pond, on Robinson Road, at 7:00 a.m.

Continental Easter Breakfast will be served at the church in Memorial Hall, immediately following the Sunrise Service.

EASTER WORSHIP SERVICE AT 10:30

Sanctuary Dedication December 16!!!

TRUNK OR TREAT – ALL WELCOME

Trunk or Treet

BAFTA Presentation June 5, 2018

 

 

 

BAFTA JUNE PROGRAM

ALL WELCOME

The June BAFTA (Be A Friend To All) will be held at the church on June 5, 2018.  There will be a dinner followed by a special speaker, Georgia Basko of Stonecroft Ministries.

Dinner will be served at 6:00pm with the speaker for the evening at 7:00pm.  There is no charge for the dinner but we do ask for reservations.  Reservations can be made by calling the church office at 603-882-6116.

 

Georgia Basko

 

Georgia Basko is not a native Mainer, originally from upstate New York, she has called Maine home for most of her life. Georgia and her husband love history and life in a 1799 Cape Cod house where they raised their 2 children and now their grandchild fill the house with laughter and joy when they visit.

Georgia is a Chiropractor by education but has been a “professional volunteer” where she has been a volunteer with Stonecroft Ministries in various leadership roles, currently including Stonecroft Regional Administrator for New England and a Speaker Trainer for Stonecroft for the New England area.
She has been a Speaker, vocalist, and Retreat and Seminar speaker for several years. Speaking through out New England, down the east coast and into Canada, she shares how she had learned to cope with the “Changes, Choices and Challenges of Life”. Sometimes life doesn’t turn out the way we expect: then what?