For the year 2013, North Anderson Baptist Church will read the Old Testament together every day. We invite you to also join us and by using the reading plan found here, you can make it a New Year’s resolution to read through the Old Testament with us. If you are interested you could come to our fellowship and you will hear a message that comes from your weekly readings of the OT. If you go elsewhere or would just prefer to listen to the message on line, we record the message weekly and you could follow along with us for the whole year. Whichever you choose, we invite you to come along side us and study the Word of God. It will be a life changing experience for you!
52 Weeks in the Old Testament Reading Plan
You’re invited to join us for our service on Christmas Eve, at 11pm. We will have the Lord’s Supper, Carols, and a Candlelight Service. Everyone is welcome.
This year’s Drive Thru Nativity saw around 1600 people drive thru and 520 New Testaments were given out. We had the pleasure of partnering with our sister church, New Hopewell Baptist, for the first time this year. We also had increased participation by members of our Deaf Ministry. We hope that everyone who drove thru enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed doing it. We look forward to seeing you again next year.
It is our prayer that if you are in the Anderson area on Thursday or Friday evening that you and your family will “drive” through our Nativity Display. Our Drive-Thru-Nativity will begin at 6:30 pm and end at 8:30 pm You most likely won’t spend more than 10-15 minutes to go through and that includes waiting in line. You do not have to get out of your car. You and your family will truly enjoy the experience but you will also be inspired and brought to a sense of worship and praise for the Lord Jesus Christ as we celebrate His birthday, life and his resurrection.
Please note our schedule changes for the week of Thanksgiving.
- Sunday, November 18 – No evening services, choir practice, Bible Buddies, Bible Drill, or Small Groups.
- Tuesday, November 20 – All of the usual Wednesday night services will be on Tuesday beginning with the DTN fundraising fellowship dinner at 5:15pm.
- Wednesday, November 21 – No services.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
Please join us for our annual Labor Day Picnic on Sunday, September 2nd, at the Darwin Wright Park Shelter #2. We will start gathering around 4:30pm and eat at 5. Food, fun for all ages, music, devotions, and baptisms in the lake. Steve Morgan will be cooking BBQ pork and chicken, cole slaw, beans, bread, and tea. You bring the dessert, beverages you may wish other than tea, and a lawn chair. We look forward to seeing you there.
Music on Sunday Nights in August continues with a “Sock Hop” with Soul Revival, August 26. We will start at 5pm with a hot dog supper and homemade ice cream in the gym and music by Soul Revival from 6 to 7pm. This is for the entire family. Games, food, and fun! Bring a churn of ice cream (there will be a gift for the best ice cream), a friend, and wear comfortable clothes!
Sunday night August 19th at 6pm Clint Rigsby will be in concert at North Anderson Baptist Church. Many of you know Clint from years ago and have not heard him sing lately. You will be thankful that you came. You are all invited to come.
New Hopewell will be here August 12th at 5pm.
Pastor Don and New Hopewell will be here to bring music and a message.
There will be a fellowship to follow in the fellowship hall. Bring heavy hors-doeuvres (sandwiches, meatballs, chicken bites, chicken wings, vegetable plates, sheet cake, cookies, brownies, dips, chips, cheese balls, crackers, etc.), have them cut, plated, serving utensils, and your name on your; plates/platters/bowls, etc., before dropping off in the kitchen. Food is to be dropped off from 4 pm until 4:45 pm. If your food item contains nuts or dairy please pickup one of the signs provided and lay it on top of your item/items.
Sunday evening services resume August 5th at 6pm. We will be having music and testimony this evening with our guest, Don Acevedo from Brazealle’s Groceries and Bluegrass.