Merge is the name of Women’s Bible Study at First Baptist because our heart is to: 

  • Merge Biblical truths with real-life living,

  • Merge multiple generations of women in order to fulfill Titus 2 directives, and

  • Merge intra-faith participation for the purpose of growing God’s Kingdom.


Thursday Evening Group
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Room FLC-212
Beginning Thursday, September 5th and ending November 7th
Cost $12
Register Here

Sermon on the Mount By Jen Wilkin
What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? Matthew’s gospel opens with three chapters containing Jesus’ longest recorded message – a sermon given to His disciples early in His ministry to articulate what the life of a Christ-follower would look like. It was a message intended to turn upside down every expectation His closest followers might have. Both practical and profound, the sermon asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? What is the nature of true righteousness?



Friday Morning Group
9:30 - 11:30 AM
Meeting in the FLC 2nd Floor Assembly
Beginning Friday, September 6th
Cost $12 for workbook
Childcare $10 for 1 child and $20 for 2 or more children
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Friday Morning Group offers 2 studies along with childcare.

Unshakable Hope: Building our Lives on the Promises of God By Max Lucado
12 week study - September 6th - November 22nd

This world has a tremble to it. There are things that seem unsteady in this life. But when we belong to God, it allows us to filter our problems through the promises of God. When we choose to be people of the promise, we choose to build our lives on the promises of God, not the circumstances of life.

The stories of the men and women in Scripture were different, but the theme was the same: they were People of the Promise. Because of God’s promises, Noah built an ark on dry land, Joshua claimed the Promised Land, David became king, Peter preached the first sermon, and John caught a glimpse of the future. Like them, we can also build our lives on God’s promises, and trust him to keep them.

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Sermon on the Mount By Jen Wilkin
10 week study - September 6th - November 8th


What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? Matthew’s gospel opens with three chapters containing Jesus’ longest recorded message – a sermon given to His disciples early in His ministry to articulate what the life of a Christ-follower would look like. It was a message intended to turn upside down every expectation His closest followers might have. Both practical and profound, the sermon asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? What is the nature of true righteousness?