First Baptist Oregon is "The Church On The Bay." As God's lighthouse in our community our Biblical purpose is: "To make disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ by worshiping God both personally and corporately, by encouraging Christians to grow spiritually, by equipping Christians for effective ministry and by evangelizing the world for Christ by reaching the Oregon/Toledo area and beyond.1/6/2013 our 7p.m. Sunday evening service begins at 1p.m. now."
01:00 pm - Sunday afternoon praise and worship service after our noon fellowship.
07:00 pm - Prayer and Praise Service.
07:00 pm - Wacky Wednesday meeting for kids of all ages.
Help for moms with diapers, wipes, baby food etc... Our infant pantry is open the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6 to 7p.m. at the Church
Ladies Bible study
Tuesday nights 7:00 p.m. various topics studied.
Mens Bible Study
A weekly study of Gods Word every Thursday at 6:30p.m.
Last Saturday of each month the men of the church meet together as an in-reach fellowship and outreach to visitors for a hearty breakfast and a heart-filled time of encouragement and praise in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Every Monday those interested can come by 6:30 to pray and go out and visit folks.
Once a month ladies will gather for a themed fellowship that always proves to be a great time in the Lord - watch calendar for dates.
Map & Driving Directions
When on Navarre Street turn north on Wynn Street
and proceed over the railroad tracks. Turn right on Seaman road which is the next stop. The Church
building is on the left hand side.
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