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First Baptist Church

Rio Grande City, TX

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Come visit us at First Baptist Church.

 

You are invited and welcome here.

 

 

First Baptist Church

P.O. Box 507, 1196 W. Main Street

Rio Grande City, TX  78582

956-487-2438

pastorbob@riofaith.org

 

 

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Our Schedule

Sunday

 

Bible Study

9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship

11:00 a.m.

Retama Manor Nursing Home

3:00 pm

                               

Wednesday

 

Prayer Time

6:30 p.m.

Bible Study                           (every third Wednesday is                        Church Business Meeting)

7:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday December 10th

Church Covered Dish Christmas Fellowship

6 pm in Bass Building

Games, White Elephant gift exchange ($5)

 

Sunday December 11th

First Baptist Christmas Program

“Giving Your Gift to Jesus”

Please share your song, music, poem, artwork, reading, or other gift God has given you for His Birthday!

 

Sunday December 25th

Birthday Party for Jesus

Join us for a very special day of celebration!

 

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Policy # 1

Committees and Coordinating Groups

Policy # 2

Church Leadership

Policy # 3

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Flu Emergency Policy

 

Why Christians should not burn books