Children's church room is being painted by Jim & Charlotte Riddell in preparation for the children to return.
New carpet !!!
What is the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering?
The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® is an annual offering collected by believers around the world to support international missions. The offering was officially named in 1918 by Woman’s Missionary Union in honor of the missionary to China who urged churches to start it and give sacrificially.
This offering is unique from other mission offerings in that 100% of gifts provide for missionaries all over the world. It is a valuable part of Southern Baptists' 175-year history of reaching the nations with the gospel and vital to reaching the vision of a multitude from every language, people, tribe and nation knowing and worshiping our Lord Jesus Christ (Revelation 7:9).
Week of Prayer and Mission Study for IMB and Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
November 28, 2021 - December 4, 2021
FYI — First Baptist Church of Port Orchard is committed to safe in-person gatherings to protect all members and visitors attending our indoor services.
We review and implement all COVID 19 requirements by the state and federal agencies.
VERSE OF THE WEEK
1 Oh give thanks to the LORD, for He is good,
For His lovingkindness is everlasting.
Psalm 107:1 NASB
The Coffee Oasis
Join us as we 'change the world for homeless youth.' Several of us at FBCPO are taking meals to the Port Orchard Center on Tuesday afternoons. We are actively looking for a few people who would be willing to help us out. Want to know more? Contact Jim Riddell at 360-876-2374. We provide food for about twenty people each week. Worried about the cost? There are funds available in the Local Missions Fund to help.
FBCPO is supporting The Coffee Oasis Family Christmas Project
For many of our youth, Thanksgiving and Christmas are two reminders every year that they have fallen through the cracks—they have been lost and forgotten. We all long for the experience of walking into a room and feeling wanted; it’s the feeling of finally being home. Together we can make this experience possible for hundreds of youth. We call it: Family Christmas Project.
Each year, hundreds of homeless and at-risk youth come to Christmas parties held by The Coffee Oasis. They come to share dinner, sing Christmas songs, hear the Christmas story, and open gifts. They come for the same reason you would go home: to be with their family at Christmas. While Family Christmas Project may look slightly different this year due to COVID-19, you can still help give youth hope and a home this Christmas. You can help provide homeless and at-risk youth with Christmas presents and a place to call home.
We encourage you to take a donation card from the tree (pictured above) in the hallway or donate directly to Coffee Oasis web site.