Our college Sunday school meets at 9:45 on Sunday mornings and begins with a light breakfast. The group is low key and intimate, conversational and open. We seek to provide an atmosphere that encourages discussion among students and allows them to ask questions that are demanding, complex, or even unanswerable. By exploring the scripture in this kind of depth, we hope to create lessons that are intellectually and spiritually stimulating.
Worship at First Baptist takes place at 11:00 a.m. in our main sanctuary. We have a traditional worship service that all ages attend.
Transportation from Meredith College and NCSU is provided. A van will pick up from those campuses before Sunday school and return students to them after worship. If you need a ride from another campus, please let us know and we’ll do our best to work something out.
On the final Sunday of each month, lunch for college students is provided in someone’s home. On these Sundays, the van will return to Meredith and NCSU after lunch.
Our college students have often taken part in local workdays and service projects. Projects have included working through Habitat for Humanity, donating blood, working in First Baptist’s Clothing Ministry, and working through other CBF channels. We anticipate that 2014-2015 will be another year where FBC college students take part in projects such as these. First Baptist is working on a Habitat project this fall, and we hope to have a Saturday morning dedicated for college students to work and to serve. More details about this project should be available soon.
We like to eat! In recent semesters, we’ve met for a midweek lunch on Hillsborough Street every other week or so. We’ll see what everyone’s schedule looks like and try to find a day and time that will work for most people.
For more information, contact Trey Davis, (919) 832-4485, Ext. 208.