Ongoing Event

Food Pantry

Each year Dunbar First Baptist Church supports the Dunbar Food Pantry by volunteering our time. During February 2019 it will be our turn to help out in the food pantry. The work schedule will be Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 10:00 am to 12:00pm.

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Upcoming Events

Sunday Sermon

This Sunday's morning sermon is titled "How Do You Respond to Jesus?" Scripture for this message comes from Matthew 2:1-12. Sermon notes will be available on our website at: as soon as the video is posted.

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Christmas Cantata

Come join us for an evening of blessings as the children put on their Christmas Program. The title of the program is "Angels Say What?" The program starts at 6:30 pm, December 16. Come early to get a seat.

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Sunday Evening Sermon

Be sure to come out to see the children in their production of "Angels Say What?"

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Christmas Cards

The Youth Group is accepting and sorting Christmas cards from now until December 19. There will be a box in the back hallway for you to drop off your cards. The Christmas cards will be available for pickup on December 23.

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Christmas Caroling

Come out and join us for an evening of fun celebrating Christmas, Caroling to our friends and neighbors. We will start at the church at 6:00 pm.

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Adult Choir Cantata

The Cantata starts at 10:00 am, December 23. We will also have a short message from Pastor David after the program. The title of the cantata is "Christmas Makes Everything Special". You will be blessed and encouraged as we start a new year. Please note that we will not have Sunday School this day. Also, no evening services.

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Candlelight Service

Christmas Eve candlelight service starts at 6:00 pm, December 24.

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Each year, we give gifts to our family and those close to us. May we encourage you to give a gift to Jesus by way of a special love offering? You can mark it on a tithe envelope, “Gift for Jesus”. God bless you as you remember Him this Christmas.