As we continue to walk through unprecedented times, we’re asking our church family to stop and take inventory of those around you- the friends, neighbors, co-workers, and those on the frontlines of the pandemic who are wrestling with fear, economic uncertainty, job loss, sickness, and so much more. While it’s easy (and tempting!) to focus only on what’s happening within the walls of our own homes, we’re providing practical ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus in the greater Jacksonville area. At the heart of Reach 904 is our desire to reach all of Jacksonville with all of Jesus for all of life.
MEMBER CARE PACKAGES
One of the very best things about First Baptist Church is the number of people willing and eager to serve others. Right now, we have so many that need encouragement within our church family and across the city. What a great opportunity to say “We miss you and we care for you!”
To donate, drop off your items during one of the following times, now through May 20.
Downtown Campus: 1st Floor Administration Security Desk • Monday-Thursday from 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Nocatee Campus: Mondays from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Snacks (both snack size and family size)
- Trail mix
- Granola bars
- Movie Theatre style candy
- Mints, gum
- Puzzle Books (Crossword, word search, soduku)
- Coloring books
- Colored pencils
- Decks of Cards
Use these door hangers to invite those in your neighborhood to stream our services or to write notes of encouragement.
Option 1: Print at home
Click the links below to download the Church Online Door hanger
Click the links below to download the Personal Message Door hanger
Option 2: Pick up from a campus
We have pre-printed door hangers available for pick up at the Downtown Campus each Monday in front of the Dining Room glass doors from 9:30-12:30
Pick up a yard sign and encourage those in your neighborhood to join us online for our weekly services.
(Limited quantities available)
Starting Monday, April 20
Help us make masks for the hospitals around Jacksonville! First Baptist Jacksonville is a collection site for homemade masks.
Need help with materials? Pick up a mask building kit at one of our locations.
- This project is reserved for individuals who own and have working knowledge of a sewing machine and can follow basic pattern instructions.
- To comply with the requests of the medical professionals who will be using them, masks cannot be hand sewn or assembled using fusible tape.
- Each kit comes with fabric, thread and directions to make six masks. If using your own fabric, please use fabric that is more than 65% cotton.
- Available at both our Downtown and Nocatee Campus
- Each bag contains directions, thread and fabric for 5-6 masks
- You will be able to pick up mask kits and also drop off those that you have made
- Each Monday in front of the Dining Room glass doors from 9:30-12:30
- Each Monday at the Nocatee Campus from 1PM-4PM
Already have materials? Follow the directions below.
Remember to continue to pray for
our healthcare workers
DOWNLOAD The Prayer List for Our Medical Personnel
DOWNLOAD Our Weekly Prayer Sheet