All activities have been cancelled at First Baptist Church for Wednesday, February 10th.
The parking lot is still covered and sunset will be at 6:08pm with no major changes in the weather between now and then. We don't want families to be out after dark with a slick parking lot.
This includes the morning Women's Bible Study and all evening activities. Thank you for understanding.
9:00am Sunday Breakfast
9:45am Sunday School Small Groups
10:55am Morning Worship
( January 20, 2016 through May 25, 2016 )
5:30-6:00pm Wednesday Meal
6:00-6:15pm Meal Clean-Up
6:15-7:45pm AWANA (Children's Discipleship)
6:15-7:45pm Youth (Student Discipleship)
6:15-7:15pm CLASS 202: New Testament Survey
Welcome Christopher Wilson, Worship Pastor!
Christopher accepted Christ as his Savior during his freshman year of high school. It was the result of the faithful witness of his grandmother that he began to attend church and was saved. He began leading worship soon after.
Christopher and his wife, Naomi, have been married since 2012. They became parents when their daughter Clara was born in July. They currently live in Fairborn, Ohio (a suburb northeast of Dayton).
Christopher is a 2011 graduate of Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio with a Bachelor of Arts in Music.
Christopher has been trained in Classical and Contemporary music styles on saxophone, piano, clarinet, guitar, and voice.
Christopher is a member of the Ohio Music Educators Association (OMEA).
Christopher was licensed to the Gospel Ministry in 2003 by Maple Heights Baptist Church in Fairborn, Ohio.
Christopher has extensive ministry experiencing leading worship for campus ministries, mission trips, and other ministry venues. He loves the traditional hymns as well as the modern songs. He is equally passionate about missions.
The FBC Mount Sterling family would like to welcome Christopher Wilson as our new Worship Pastor!
Christopher will officially begin on Monday, February 15th with Sunday, February 21st marking his first Sunday leading us in worship! We are excited to have him as part of our community and church family.