Each year the FBCR congregation sets aside a few weeks for reflection. We reflect collectively on who we are as a church, and we reflect individually on how we relate to the church at large. From now through Sunday, November 7, 2021 I want to invite our faith community to consider broadly what it means to live in community together. Toward that end, we will highlight nine different facets of community, nine ways by which our community
Some limited on campus activity has begun.
Office hours are not yet standard, please call ahead for an appointment.
Pre- and Post-Pandemic Fellowship
No refreshments at this time
11:15am | Garden Room | Courtyard | Outside Entrance
Pre- and Post-Pandemic
On Hold Until Further Notice
11:30am | Chapel
Children’s Music Program
11:15am to 11:45am
11:15am | Room 8
Wednesday Check-in Fellowship
5:30pm | Online
7:15pm | On Hold until pandemic safe
Welcoming and Affirming
The practice and policy of the First Baptist Church of Rochester is to welcome into full membership and participation in our faith community all persons who profess Jesus as Lord—regardless of race, class, gender, disability, place of origin, or sexual orientation.