Organ Stewardship Opportunities
The First Baptist organ is both a generational investment and the completion of the original vision for the church. It represents an extraordinary ministry opportunity that will enrich the worship experience far into the future. The new organ will also serve as a bridge to the community, affirming First Baptist as a church that is firmly placed at the center of Washington’s Christian community.
Many donors have already given generously above and beyond their normal offerings to make the organ project a reality. Their support has allowed First Baptist to start the process of bringing the organ to life.
While a great deal of the organ has already been paid for, there is still some money left to be raised – for the organ itself, as well as for the concert series that will establish our new instrument in the community.
Giving of our resources is important, but praying for the project is equally important. First Baptist encourages you to continue praying for the organ project as construction continues.
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Valet parking is available at the "O" Street entrance to the Education Building and at the garage ramp.
MOSAIC WORSHIP Saturday,
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
this week in worship
April 5, 2015
Sermon Title: "Revealing Questions" Rev. Dr. Robert CochranExec. Dir./Minister-Elect of the D.C. Baptist Convention
Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24
Lawrence P. SchreiberOrganist-Choirmaster EASTER PRELUDE:(will start at 10:45 a.m.) "Holy is God the Lord" Felix Mendelssohn "Christ Lay in the Bonds of Death"J. S. Bach "Sinfonia" (Voluntary in C)Henry Purcell "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross"Gilbert M. Martin "Fanfare for Easter Day"Gerald Bales INTROIT:"Look Ye Saints, the Sight is Glorious!See the Man of Sorrows Now"Cwm Rhondda GRADUAL:"Sing Together, The Lord Is Risen"Easter HymnThe Chancel ChoirBrass, timpani, organ PRAYER:"Abide with Us, So That This Life ofSuffering Overpast, an Easter of Unending Joy We May Attain at Last"Days Psalter OFFERTORY ANTHEM:"Alleluia"Randall Thompson
POSTLUDE:"Vexilla Regis"Sidney Campbell