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Sound/Video Volunteers Needed!
Sound/Video Volunteers Needed!

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • July 20, 2020

We need you!!

We are in need of volunteers in our sound room. This is a great way to serve your church ⛪️We need both people for the video and sound sides of things. Commitment would just be one service a month and you'll get a bird's eye view from the booth!

If you are interested in video you can contact Madison at

If you are interested in sound you can contact Jordan Joslin through his Facebook page.

If you have any questions feel free to comment below or message Madison or Jordan. We hope to hear from you!!

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Technical Difficulties

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • July 19, 2020

Good Morning! We had some technical difficulties with our sound and had to end our 1st service live stream early. We will be up and running for 2nd service and the sermon will be posted to the website after that as well! God Bless and thanks for understanding.

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Live Streaming
Live Streaming

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • June 08, 2020

Great news!

We are now having a live stream every Sunday. You can tune in for a live first service (8:20) or watch it anytime after. This should be a great resource for anyone that still wishes to stay home or cannot attend our services for a week. The sermons will also be posted here on the website, if you prefer to view it that way.

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Isaiah 30 4-7-2020

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • June 07, 2020

The sermon is now up on YouTube. You can find it here ( It is also up under 'sermons'.

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Communion Sunday

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • June 05, 2020

This Sunday is Communion. Just a reminder that the elements needs to be picked up as you come in the sanctuary. The Deacons will not be passing them out at this time.

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Green means go!

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • June 01, 2020

We are in the green now!

Here's what that means for the church.

1. Everyone is welcome to Sunday Services, no sign ups required.

2. We will still be abiding by the guidelines set by the CDC. This includes wearing masks and social distancing.

3. Please watch your emails for any additional changes, they will also be posted here and on our blog page.

4. There will be NO Sunday school until the fall.

We hope that you will attend as we resume our normal worship schedule.

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May 31st Sermon

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • May 31, 2020

Good morning all! The sermon has been posted on our YouTube channel ( We are having a bit of trouble getting it onto the website but you can view it following the link above!

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Today's Sermon

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • May 24, 2020

The sermon from today is posted under 'Sermons' on the website!

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Sermons Still Online

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • May 23, 2020

Don't forget that we will still be uploading the sermons online. It will be on our website under 'sermon' directly after first service has ended. A video of the message will be posted after the service as soon as we can get it loaded on Facebook and on our YouTube page.

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Opening the Church

First Baptist Church of Cambridge Springs • May 17, 2020

Good News!

We are opening the church this Sunday (May 24th). An email has been sent out with all the details. The information that was sent out can be found below. You can call the office with any questions!

“I was glad when they said unto me let us go into the house of the Lord.” Psalm 122:1

We are getting back to worshipping together beginning May 24, 2020. We will have 2 services (8:20 and 11am) in 2 locations (sanctuary and all purpose room). Due to the gathering constraints we will be limited to 50 people per service. 25 in each location. With no other option, you will need to make reservations. We will accept people on a first come, first serve basis. Please call the office (814) 398-4243 Monday 8-5, Wednesday 8-5 or Friday 8-5 to let Debbie know your preferences and number attending. With these thoughts in mind, we have some guidelines for those attending.

Please read thoroughly to see what issues will affect you and your family.

COVID Measures for your Protection:

1. If you are in the category of people at risk to become seriously ill from the CoVid virus we ask that you remain at home and worship with us remotely. Those most at risk are those with: cancer, diabetes, people with lung issues, cardiac patients, pregnant women, people 65 and older, liver disease, kidney disease, organ transplants or other immunosuppressed patients, high blood pressure, severe obesity, or any serious chronic underlying conditions. (list from CDC)

2. Please do not attend if even slightly sick.

3. Please bring and wear a mask as required by the state mandate.

4. We are anticipating abbreviated services (45 minutes total). We are requesting that you use the restroom at home before attending worship due to the impracticality of cleaning our restrooms between each person’s use.

5. Use the recommended social distancing rules of at least 6 feet. A pew between families in the sanctuary and a row between families in the all purpose room.

6. Place your offering in the plate at the back of the church when entering or leaving. We will not have the ushers passing the plates.

7. On Communion Sundays, pick up prepackaged elements on your way in. We will not have the Deacons passing out the elements

8. We request that no one shake hands or hug. Elbow bump, if you must. Lol.

9. Bibles and hymnals have been removed from the pews to protect from cross contamination.

10. Tissues and bags for their disposal will be available at the end of each pew. Place used tissues in a bag and take it with you and discard as you leave.

11. Everyone is asked to enter and exit using the back entrance (the doors under the portico).

12. Hand Sanitizer is available outside the All Purpose Room and at the back entrance.

13. We will not offer Sunday School at the current time.

14. We will not have any beverages or snacks available at the current time.

If any of these guidelines are too restrictive and you do not feel that you can abide by any of these guidelines the sermon will still be available on line as before.

Remember our purpose is to worship the Lord and grow spiritually. Please come with a heart of worship and not a heart of critiquing. We are all struggling through this together.


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