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Welcome to FBC Dover!

At First Baptist Church, there's a place for you!
We invite you to join us.
We are a growing church where you can
Worship the King, Serve the Lord,
Learn the Word, Enrich Your Life,
and Build Lasting Friendships.
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  First Baptist Church
  301 Walker Road
  Dover, DE 19904-2847

  PH: 302.674.1980
  FX: 302.674.4727

  Office Hours:
  Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm
  closed on Federal Holidays

 COMING EVENTS 

Sunday Service Schedule:

Biblical Learning on Sunday at 9:30 am.
Worship at 11:00 am 

 NEWSLETTERS 

There's A Place For You
at
First Baptist Church

Sunday School

9:30am

Worship

11:00am

301 Walker Road
Dover, Delaware 19904

Our Daily Bread 

The Aran Islands, off the west coast of Ireland, are known for their beautiful sweaters. Patterns are woven into the fabric using sheep’s wool to craft the garments. Many of them relate to the culture and folklore of these small islands, but some are more personal. Each family on the islands has its own trademark pattern, which is so distinctive that if a fisherman were to drown it is said that he could be identified simply by examining his sweater for the family trademark.

Mont Saint-Michel is a tidal island located about a half-mile off the coast of Normandy, France. For centuries it has been the site of an abbey and monastery that has attracted religious pilgrims. Until the construction of a causeway, it was notorious for its dangerous access that resulted in the death of some pilgrims. At low tide it is encompassed by sand banks, and at high tide it is surrounded by water. Accessing the island was a cause for fear.

While reading the obituary of Eugene Patterson, Pulitzer Prize-winning editor of the Atlanta Constitution from 1960 to 1968, I was struck by two things. First, for many years Patterson was a fearless voice for civil rights during a time when many opposed racial equality. In addition, he wrote a column every day for 8 years. That’s 2,922 newspaper columns! Day after day, year after year. Courage and consistency were key factors in the impact of his life.

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