welcome to the new website!

We are thrilled to have our new website online and ready to go. Our aim in the design of this website is to help the online community connect with us and to keep our FBC family informed in an organized, easy-to-use, and contemporary fashion. Next in line to be launched soon is a First Baptist Church of El Paso mobile app for your smartphone and tablet. Make sure to keep an eye on our website, Facebook, and Instagram for the launch!

candidate for discipleship education minister

hybrid town hall meeting

October 3, 10:00–11:30 am
All are invited to meet the Discipleship Education Minister candidate and his family either in-person or on Zoom.

special called business meeting

October 4, 9:40 am
FBC members will be given the opportunity on whether to accept the candidate for the position of Discipleship Education Minister in-person or on Zoom.
Beginning October 12

Registration for FBCfit is now open.
Come get healthy and whole as you are discipled through movement and worship.

upward basketball & cheerleading

UPWARD Basketball and Cheerleading is a high-energy ministry where children learn teamwork, sportsmanship, and Godly principles for daily living. Gear up for an all new 2021 season!

updated children's guidelines

We have updated the COVID-19 guidelines for our Preschool & Children's Ministry to include detailed Practices and Procedures, to keep our kiddos and their families safe as we reopen during the pandemic.

prime timers lunch & learn

October 21, 11:00 am–1:00 pm

Senior adults are invited to a lunch-time seminar given by Sheila Gaetze, former Hospice Nurse, on the subject of Hospice Care. What is Hospice? How much does it cost? Who pays? How can you pre-plan?

Call the church office at 533-1465 between Monday and Friday from 8:00 am–5:00 pm to reserve your place in-person or on Zoom. Lunch will be served for free to those who attend in person.

fall missions oportunities

This fall, we encourage families and individuals to get involve and fill the needs of our community.

meet the new cwjc director

Hello First Baptist Family!

My name is Cindy Meador and I am the new executive director for CWJC! I am honored to have been selected to lead this amazing ministry into it’s next chapter. We honor the legacy of Paula Jeser with grateful hearts for the solid foundation that her hard work has given to us. This solid foundation will guide us into our continuing efforts to impact the women in our great neighborhood and city. When a woman’s soul is healthy, so goes the overall health of her family. Many in our midst hunger for authentic relationship that feeds the soul. I believe that CWJC is in a prime position to meet that need for authentic relationship that is found in the love of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul wrote in his letter to the believers in Colossae , that he had heard of their absolute confidence in God’s power, wisdom and goodness that their lives reflected His unselfish love for the people. This love and faith was grounded in their confident hope found in the message of truth, the gospel, the good news of Jesus Christ that secured their salvation through the grace of God in His Truth, His Holy Word (Colossians 1:4-6 AMP). Many are seeking this unselfish love that transforms lives. And I believe with all my heart that God is setting the stage for us, you and me, to live out this same love and faith that is secure in our souls and spirts right here in this community to the many women and their families that need to know of His love and care. Would you prayerfully consider what God might be calling you to do through CWJC? There are many opportunities to serve in a variety of ways. The most important way in which you can serve is through your faith-filled prayers for CWJC’s future and how and where God will be leading His ministry forward. Together, we will be the hands and feet of Christ to those around us. Wow! What a privilege and honor it is to be used by God for His Divine Purpose! Amen!

congratulations

Elijah Brockhoff
Parents: Hans & Emily Brockhoff

sympathy

Tim Markel in the loss of his brother, Tom.
Martha Cartwright in the loss of her brother, William Millsapp.
The strong right arm of the LORD is raised in triumph. The strong right arm of the LORD has done glorious things!
—Psalm 118:16 (NLT)

september giving