Inviting People to Grow in Christ's Love and Service
Worship Service 10:00 AM
Christian Education 11:30 AM
You are welcome here!
Welcome to First United Baptist Church! We are a multi-generational, multi-cultural community in the heart of Lowell. As we seek to grow in Christ's love and service, we hope you will join us on this journey!
* Worship: Sundays, 10:00 AM. All are welcome.
* Sunday School: Classes for all ages, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (September - Mid-June)
* Weekly Coffee Hours immediately following Morning Worship
Handicap Accessible - Parking
Lent @ FUBC
Ash Wednesday - Service of imposition of ashes and Holy Commuion. Wednesday, February 10, noon in the Chapel
Tuesday Mid-day worship - A brief meditative service of prayer and reflection followed by a brown bag lunch. Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the Chapel, beginning February 16.
Book Discussion - We will meet on Tuesday evenings to discuss Breathing Under Water: Spirituality and the Twelve Steps by Richard Rohr. Join us as we look at the Gospel principles in Twelve Step Recovery groups and what they have to teach us all on the path to deeper freedom, healing and wholeness. We will meet in the downstairs fellowship room at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesdays beginning February 16.
Having been led to confess our faith in Jesus Christ as Lord, we joyfully recommit ourselves, through the gift of the Holy Spirit, to Him and one another.
We affirm as a Baptist Congregation our belief in the authority of the scriptures, active membership, believer's baptism by immersion, the individual ministry of every member, a church life where each person has a voice, freedom of conscience and the separation of church and state.
We recommit ourselves to the mission of Christ in the present. By the grace of God we will be a church where all who come to us in sincerity to find God's love will be welcomed. We will support Christian mission work in our own and other countries, mindful that we are a part of the American Baptist work. We will work and pray for cooperation among all Christians.
Acknowledging our gain in so many blessings and examples of personal improvement, yet aware of our inclination to do wrong and need of forgiveness, we confess our need of Christ as a savior, through whom we place ourselves into the keeping of almighty God and the promise of eternal life. Amen.