First Baptist Church

of Birmingham, Michigan

(248) 644-0550

300 Willits Street
Birmingham, Michigan

​​Weekly Summer Schedule


Sunday: 
Worship 10:30AM

Monday: 
SLAA Group, Parlor 7:30–9:30PM

Tuesday:  
Men’s Breakfast 8AM

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

Thursday: 
Writer’s Group Parlor 6–7:30PM


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

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Fall Celebration!  Worship & Picnic on September 8th @ Springdale Park (316 Strathmore Road). Come one, come all to celebrate the Fall together in worship followed by a picnic in one location under the pavilion at Springdale Park.  If you arrive at the church that morning, you may find crickets in a dark building, but the park will be hopping with music, sunshine, and sweet-smelling scrumptious vittles!  Please bring a dish to pass and lawn chairs and yard games.

Bells & Choir are getting ready to kick off the Fall with some new music!  Do you love music, but have never been in a choir or played bells?  You are invited to any rehearsal to give it a try without any obligation.  Rehearsals begin weekly on Wednesday evening September 11th.  Bells @ 6:30 pm & Choir @ 7:30 pm.  Questions?  Call Myra Trask, Music Director: 248-225-0848


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, September 10: Olga's Kitchen, 30332 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
  • Tuesday, October 8: Brio, 2801 W. Big Beaver, Troy (Somerset Collection, south side)
  • Tuesday, November 12: Meriwether's, 25485 Telegraph, Southfield
  • Tuesday, December 10: The Master's, 1775 E. 13 Mile Rd., Madison Heights


Get these on your calendar now so you won't miss them!


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Dispatches From The Millennial Frontier


​​For as much as Millennials (aged 25-40) appear different than older generations, at the core, they are similar.  They want to feel valued and see value in their work.  Despite attributes one might consider negative, Millennials add much value.  They're young, energetic, and determined to make a difference.  For those still struggling to understand them, it’s helpful to remember that it isn’t easy to be a millennial, either.  They're up against misconceptions and doing their best to find their place and prove their worth in today's world.


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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.

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