300 Willits Street
Birmingham, Michigan

​​Weekly Schedule

Worship 10:30AM 

SLAA Group, Parlor 7:30–9:30PM

Men’s Breakfast 8AM

Worship Design Team 5:30PM
AA Meeting, Fellowship Hall 8:00–9:00PM

Writer’s Group Parlor 6–7:30PM

AA Meeting, Fellowship Hall 9–10:30AM 
AA Meeting, Fellowship Hall 8:00–9:00PM 


Save the Dates:

  • October 20, Stewardship Campaign begins 
  • November 3, Congregational Meeting (vote on officers & elected positions) after church service
  • November 10, Loyalty Dinner after worship service

24-Hour Birmingham Prayer Vigil For The Persecuted Church:  From Nov 6 to Nov 7 all are invited to participate in a 24-hour prayer vigil in Birmingham for the persecuted Church.  This event is in conjunction with the International Day Of Prayer, when Christians around the globe pray for their brothers and sisters who suffer on account of their faith in Jesus Christ.  Globally there are more than 215 million Christians who are now being persecuted.  This year we will focus on North Korea, ranked as the most dangerous place for Christians to live, as well as China.  Specific schedule for the prayer vigil and further details will be published at a later date.

We Need You For Euchre!  The Weekend Experience team is planning a Euchre tournament fundraiser for a local non-profit, to be held in mid-winter. If you love Euchre or want to learn to play the game we invite you to join us after church on October 13, and again on November 17 from noon to 2 P.M. Lunch will be provided!  A sign-up sheet will be posted in the Welcome Center. We do need to know how many are coming! If you want to bring a friend to church those days, please do!

Future Ladies Lunches: Here is the list of where and when our ladies’ luncheons will be through Dec 2019: (always at 11:30 a.m., always the second Tuesday of the month)

  • Tuesday, November 12: Meriwether's, 25485 Telegraph, Southfield
  • Tuesday, December 10: The Master's, 1775 E. 13 Mile Rd., Madison Heights


October Birthdays:

October 1              Elizabeth Olsen and Katie Woodford
October 9              Carol Ege
October 14            Madison Olsen
October 15            Scott Moore
October 17            Bellamy Olsen
October 21            Jennifer Nixon
October 24           Sylvia McCandlish
October 28           Shirley McEwen and Grace Charbeneau


Dispatches from the World of Young Families:  Birmingham and the surrounding communities continue to be attractive places to raise a family.  In 2019 organizations evaluated Michigan cities to determine the best places to raise a family based on quality of schools, health, crime statistics, activities for children and families.  Birmingham was ranked #9 by mlive.com, #12 by WalletHub.com, #2 by Homesnacks.net, #8 by niche.com, and #4 by thecrazytourist.com.  Many other communities just outside the Birmingham city line found their way toward the top of these lists as well.  

Do you think that in future years, these organizations will give a bump to Birmingham due to the family-focused resources provided by our congregation?


Mission Partners: Remain in prayer for Dan and Sharon Buttry, Jon Goode and family, Sameh and Semah, and Jeni Pedzinski, as well as retired missionary Judith Sutterlin.


First Baptist Church

of Birmingham, Michigan

(248) 644-0550