Welcome to the First Baptist Church of Norwich
239 West Main Street Norwich, Connecticut 06360
Phone: 860-889-0369
E-mail: fbcnorwich@gmail.com
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Join Us for
Worship Service
on Sunday Morning
at 9:30 AM
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gift to the ministry of
First Baptist Church

Send it to
First Baptist Church
239 West Main St
Norwich, CT  06360

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* Ongoing Ministry
* Local Missions
* Because We Care Team
* Deacon's Fund
* Youth Ministry
* Mission Trip
* New Kitchen Fund
* Camp Wightman    
Scholarships
* College Scholarships
* Food Pantry
A Quick Look at Upcoming Events

Sunday Morning at First Baptist Church
Join us for Sunday Morning Worship at 9:30
AM, and Sunday School during the school year
at 9:15 AM.


Our Food Pantry Needs Your Help
The First Baptist Church food pantry is in need
of non-perishable food items!   The food pantry
serves 8-10 local families in need.  Each month
we have a different food item which we will ask
for, helping us to build up the supply of the
most in-demand items.  

Church Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday through Friday
9 AM - 1 PM
Tuesday 1 PM - 5 PM
Reverend Sam Chesser

Our pastor at First
Baptist Church is
Rev. Sam Chesser

He is compelling
and energizing

For more info on
Pastor Sam
click here
Schedule of the Church
for the week of
Aug. 31, 2015

Sunday - Summer Schedule
9:30 AM - Worship Service
Ethnic and Cultural Ministries

Iglesia Hispana De Norwich
Las Buenas Nuevas
Sundays at 1:00 pm
Worship in Spanish
Check out Our Youth and Family Ministries

Our Sunday School Program meets weekly
during the school year at 9:15 AM for all ages.  
Sunday School will resume September 13th.

Nursery Care is provided during worship. The
children in third grade and under will be able
to leave for the nursery following the
Children's moment. We are always looking for
volunteers to help out in our nursery, if you
are interested please call the church office.

Our Mission Work at the Interfaith Luncheon
On the third Sunday of each odd month, we
cook a meal for between forty and eighty needy
people at St. Mark's Lutheran Church. It is a
great ministry and the people are so
appreciative. We are always looking for help
with set up and serving. If you are interesting
in giving us a hand, please speak to Cynthia
Strouse.