FBC Macon

Nurture. Love. Serve. ALL.

We’re proud of our Baptist history and heritage, but we’re also proud of our diversity. At First Baptist you will find a group of people coming from a variety of different church backgrounds and denominations who have found a home at the “top of Poplar.” And while our congregation comes from all over middle Georgia, we are a downtown church and see it is our mission to be the presence of Christ to our InTown and College Hill communities here in Macon.

FBCX Mission Action for January

For January, our church-wide missions focus is our English as a Second Language Ministry. Each week, on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and Wednesday evenings, our church hosts our neighbors who are trying to learn English and become acclimated to America. These wonderful friends come from a variety of countries around the world.

We always welcome new volunteers, either to help teach or to be a conversation partner with our students. Also, the ESL ministry can use the following to help make their fellowship time even better: individual packages of snack crackers, cookies, and treats.

FBC(s) Macon Day at Mercer Basketball, February 3

As part of our Baptist Heritage weekend celebration, we, along with FBC, New Street, will have FBC Macon day as the Mercer Bears take on the Wofford Terriers in basketball on Saturday, February 3Tickets are FREE but please contact the church office to reserve your seats by Monday, January 29. Tickets are good for the Women’s Game at 2:00 p.m. AND the Men’s game, which should start around 4:30 p.m.

Come watch the Bears and have a great time with our church and our friends at FBC New Street!

Global Women Gathering on January 21

Sunday, January 21, 12:15 p.m., Fellowship Hall
Join Global Women on Sunday, January 21st following the morning worship service for a light lunch. We will hear from Yashica Lyons, the women’s program director of the Rescue Mission of Central Georgia. Come and hear about the ways in which the Rescue Mission is providing a safe place of shelter and healing for women (and their children) in our area. Please let Julie know if you need childcare for this meeting. 

Adult Study for Wednesdays


Starting this Wednesday and running for the next 5 weeks until Ash Wednesday, our Wednesday evening adult program will focus on Brian McLaren’s new book: The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian.

Copies of the book will be available to purchase in the church office for $10, or are available on Amazon or probably even Barnes and Noble (and as usual, reading the book is not necessary to participate in the program, but will likely enhance it!)

McLaren’s thesis is simple: Christianity is stuck and we need to get moving again. The Bible is a story of God inviting people to follow. The early Christians called themselves The Way. And yet somewhere along the way, Christianity became more about staying put and preserving an institution as opposed to following in the way of Christ. Join us as we discuss McLaren’s book and envision a way forward in this new year and beyond.

Wednesday Night Activities Resume for Winter/Spring

Join us for fellowship, learning and fun for all ages on Wednesday nights!

5:30-6:10         Children’s and Youth Choirs
5:30-6:30         Supper, Adult Fellowship/Prayer/Announcements
5:30-7:30         Language Ministries
6:10-6:30         Children’s Supper and celebrations
6:15-7:30         Chancel Choir Rehearsal
6:30-7:30         Adult Program, Youth Program
6:35-7:15         Children’s Missions
7:15-7:30         Children’s Recreation

jubilate! Youth Choir Retreat

Friday- Sunday, January 12-14

The choir will present a concert at FBC Avondale Estates on Sunday, January 14, 3 p.m.  All are welcome!

Youth who are interested in attending the 25th annual jubilate! choir retreat should contact Stanley Roberts or Anne Armstrong.


Women's Book Club January 7

Sunday, January 7, 7 p.m., 638 Millrun Ct., Macon, GA 31210

The book to be discussed is Celeste Ng's Everything I Never Told You.  Join us for fellowship at 7:00 (bring a snack to share if you wish) and discussion will begin at 7:30 p.m.  


Sunday School at 9:45am
Morning Worship at 11:00am

Wednesday Evening
We begin with a meal at 5:30pm. Music and missions activities are available for adults, youth, and kids. Learn More



511 High Place
Macon, GA 31201
Directions to FBCX

Telephone: 1.478.742.6485

Email: office@fbcxmacon.org

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