The First Baptist Church of Birmingham will be a disciplined,
focused and prayerful congregation
that is energized and mobilized by the spirit of God
so that lives are changed through sharing our love of Jesus Christ
and our resources in our community and around the world.
Changing lives in our community and around the world!
Put an end to this crime
Will discuss what we
should all know to protect
Michigan Human Trafficking Taskforce
Jane White, Director
FREE and open to the public
Jan. 10, at 4:00 – 5:30
First Baptist Birmingham
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STOP the TRAFFICKING
Some Sweet Jazz...
with an Interlude of Worship
20 @ 5PM: Jack Kotter's Big Band
"Artistry in Rhythm"
October 18 @ 5PM: Gary Greenfelder’s Big Band
15 @ 5PM: “The Pro’s Big Band”
13 @ 6pm: The Paul Keller Ensemble featuring an all star lineup.
No admission is charged, but a free-will offering is collected and $10 per person is the suggested donation to help cover costs.
Ken Medema in Concert!
Watch the video of a very special evening from March 1, 2014. With Ken and many of First Baptist's Mission Partners & Missionaries!
Recorded by Birmingham-Bloomfield Cable Television
Read about our tradition of service & outreach to community, regional and global needs.
View the Dedication Program booklet from 1929.
"Behold, I stand at the door and knock:
if any man hear my voice and open the door,
I will come in to him, and will sup with him,
and he with me."
Revelation 3:20 (American Standard Version)
First Baptist Church of Birmingham, Michigan
is a congregation with a history and character
dedicated to mission and ministry
in the spirit of Jesus Christ.
Set in the heart of downtown Birmingham,
the church has a reach across the Detroit Metropolitan Area,
the State of Michigan, the nation, and the world.
We value the diversity among us and are a people engaged
and committed to the work of biblical justice and peace.
Through the witness of the congregation,
the expression of Baptist tradition comes in ways
that may be surprising to some.
However, we embrace that tradition and
are thankful for the great heritage we share.
A first hand encounter with God in Christ through worship,
discipleship and mission is a vital element of our hope
for our life together.