First Baptist Church of Duncan will host a musical theatrical production at 10:15 a.m. Easter Sunday, based on the death and resurrection of Christ.
“Come Celebrate Jesus!” with Dr. Bryan Pain offering the message in this special Easter service.
Sunday evening services will not be held, so that all may be with family and friends. Church offices will be closed today.
First Baptist will conduct a community Easter egg hunt from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, in Fuqua Park. This is open to the public and registration begins at 3 p.m. and the egg hunt and activities around 3:30 p.m. Activities include face painting, cupcakes, bounce house, pony rides and inflatable slides. We encourage you to arrive early to register and participate. Join in the fun.
Also, upcoming this week, FBC will host the fifth annual Community Baby Shower presented by Smart Start of Stephens County. It will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the church, 901 W. Ash. It will provide helpful information for those who are pregnant or have newborn infants. It is a free event and offers information on prenatal care information, child development, links to social services, gift bags of books and resource materials.
There will be door prizes, provided by generous donations from community and civic organizations.
A baby car seat check will also be held at the same time, with Duncan Regional Hospital lending support.
Smart Start of Stephens County is a United Way supported agency. For information call April Hebert at 255-3648.
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Area church briefs for Friday, April 5, 2013.
March 22 Church Briefs
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Highland Park to celebrate 60 years
It is said that it’s the people who are the church and not the building itself, so when a church celebrates a milestone, it is the people who rejoice over how long the place that brought them together has been there.The congregation of Highland Park Baptist Church will celebrate the church’s 60th anniversary Sunday. Lunch will be served after the morning services and following the meal, they will host a Remembrance Service to honor the memory of members who have passed away during the last 10 years.Members will also get to share their experiences in the church and the Highlanders Quartet will perform.
Bringing ‘The Noise’ to Main Street’s SCWC
It could get a little noisy on Main Street Duncan tonight. That’s because The Palace Theater will transform into an open venue for people of all denominations to share their love of music and worship through “The Noise.”
RawChurch provides musical light show
Christmas magic is in the air, or rather the airways, at RawChurch. Last year’s initiative from the church to start a synchronized light show with about 12,000 lights has expanded with an additional 4,000 lights to bring extra magic for the holiday season.
First Presbyterian women save sentimental Christmas treasures
Over the years, items begin to lose their luster while some almost disintegrate and the women of First Presbyterian Church have made an effort to reverse the aging effects on their special Chrismon tree ornaments as well as make new ones.
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