We are preparing to worship as a church family this Easter. Please continue to watch our website and social media for updates and make plans to join us!
Receive a word from members of our FBC Staff
June 15–18, 9am–Noon
Volunteer Registration Now Open
As kids explore a world of concrete and cranes, rivets and rebar, bulldozers and backhoes, they will learn to build their faith on Jesus as they uncover the truth that He who began a good work will be faithful to carry it on to completion.
We need volunteers who will teach children, provide recreation, lead music, and create yummy refreshments. If you would like to volunteer in any capacity, please complete volunteer registration using the link above (opens April 1).
Need Help During This Time?
We are offering assistance to those who have been classified as members of the "high-risk" community. Areas of assistance may include grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions, or other items that need to be picked up and delivered to their homes. If you need this assistance or know of someone who does, please email us at any time at email@example.com or call (915)247-9296.
If you are not part of our high-risk community and would like to volunteer for this ministry opportunity, please contact Edgardo Martinez at the information provided above.
Many of our members have asked about our summer mission trips. Rest confidently, our summer global missions are still a go! Despite the worldwide pandemic, we are staying in touch with our partners in Chihuahua, Puerto Rico, and Alaska. We are in prayer for all those affected and do not foresee any long-term cessation of our church's missions activities. Our hope is that as we walk through the valley of COVID-19 we reach the other side stronger and more encouraged to resume planning. We are so appreciative of your support, patience, and prayers through it all. Its our goal to stay in communication and keep you updated along the way.
Church Online: Staying Connected
Even during this unique moment in history, the church continues to find means of worshiping together and staying connected. We are excited to have had over 1,300 participants join us on Sunday mornings from their homes during livestream worship services, united through music, testimony, and preaching. Additionally, Sunday school departments have taken the initiative to gather together on video chat and streaming platforms such as Zoom and Facebook Live, where they have prayed together and studied God's Word. In a time of disorientation, the body of Christ is alive and continues to find opportunities to grow.
For more information about how you can participate with online worship, visit the Sunday Morning Worship page on our website. To join us on social media, follow First Baptist Church of El Paso on Facebook and @fbcelpaso on Instagram.
We are grateful that the church continues to give tithes and offerings so that we can move forward as a body. To help facilitate our gifts, we have made it easy and convenient to give online. Click here or follow the Give button at the top of this page to set up your account through ShelbyNext. You can use this form to give as you are able or to set up automated giving according to your budget and schedule. Givers can even download the ShelbyNext app from the store on your smart device. For questions about logging into ShelbyNext, please call (915)533-1465 during business hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also still receiving tithes and offerings through the mail. Simply make out your check to First Baptist Church of El Paso and mail it to this address:
First Baptist Church of El Paso
805 Montana Ave.
El Paso, TX 79902
• Nancy Pitchford in the loss of her mother.
• Nora Cuevas and family in the loss of Epifanio Cuevas.
• Elvia Jacobo and family in the loss of Tony Jacobo.
• The Stinnett family in the loss of Thomas Stinnett.
He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.
Tithes and Offerings
2020 (5 Sundays)
2019 (5 Sundays)
Patrick and Catherine Adams by letter, with P.J. and Phenix pictured
Trish Thames by letter