First Baptist Church Hamilton has a lot planned for this month as we transition from the massive heat wave that hit our region at the end of September and beginning of October. The leaves are beginning to fall and the cooler air is moving in. What a great time of year!
At FBCH, we begin the month with "brinner" — breakfast for dinner — as a fellowship opportunity that begins at 5:45 p.m. today, Oct. 2. It's also "crazy hair" night for First Kids. Starting Sunday, Oct. 13, Thomas Ellison will lead a Financial Peace University class that is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. each Sunday for 9 weeks. Information on joining the class is available on our website here. You'll need to sign up.
Later in the month, on Wednesday, Oct. 30, we'll have our annual Harvest Party, which takes place at the same time as the meal this year. You are invited to make soup/chili and compete for a prize. We'll have plenty of places to set out your crockpots and bowls. We'll also have a dessert bake/cook-off. We're offering prizes for the best individual child and family costumes as well!
If you are part of a group within FBC or as an individual would like to host a table for the trick-or-treating during the Harvest Party, we could always use more! Talk to Katie Simpson and let her know your class or group will host one. You will be responsible for decorating it as well as purchasing the candy or fall-themed item you will hand out. Please plan on 250-300 kids.
To see this month's Sunday worship sermon titles and get more information on events happening at and through FBC, check out this month's Courier. It's available in print at church or a digital copy is on our website.