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"Eleven Doctrinal Truths" is the theme of Lead Pastor Tony Gualtieri’s message series for the next several weeks at First Baptist Church of Jeffersonville, 2402 East 10th St. The sanctuary is open to all who wish to experience in-person worship from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and on You Tube and Facebook at those times and afterward for those who prefer to remain at home. Each service’s instrumental and vocal music can be enjoyed in all venues.

The church has taken all CDC-mandated steps to ensure safety, including taking temperatures upon entering and seating in the pews marked for social distancing. Masks are required, and the church will provide them for those who do not have them. Dismissal is done pew by pew from the back as people exit directly into the parking lot.

Specific message topics for consecutive Sundays from July 19 to Sept. 27 are:
"The Living Word" (2 Timothy 3:16),
"God the Father" (John 4:24),
"Jesus the Christ" (John 1:14),
"The Holy Spirit" (John 14:26),
"Humanity" (Psalm 8),
"Sin" (Romans 3:22-23),
"Justification" (Romans 3:24-26),
"Grace" (Ephesians 2:8-9),
"Repentance and Restoration" (Acts 3:19),
"Salvation and Good News" (Acts 1:8-11), and
"Stewardship of Faith" (Matthew 6:16-34).

For safety reasons and social distancing, Sunday school classes are not being held in the building now. For information about Zoom opportunities, call the church at 812-283-6136. Pastor Gualtieri’s Bible study class is available each Wednesday night at 7 p.m. on You Tube and FaceTime.

For other information about the church and its ministries, please call the church.


Because one or more members of a family in the church who have been worshiping in the sanctuary have just tested positive for COVID, it has been decided to suspend in-person services from now until Sunday, Aug. 9. This is being done out of respect for and safety of all. The church will remain locked and will experience a deep cleaning before worship services will resume. But please tune in for Sunday morning worship at 10:30 on You Tube or Facebook for spiritual feeding and music to fill your souls! The sermon series will continue as listed, so don’t miss it! And please continue to pray for people of all ages, our community, churches, nation, and world during these challenging times.





For more details about the church or its activities, call the office at 812–283–6136.