2107 McMinn Street, Aliquippa, PA 15001 

WoodlawnBaptist1910@gmail.com

(724) 375-6653

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Worship Times:

SUNDAYS

10 am - Sunday School

11 am - Worship (Sanctuary) 

 

COFFEEHOUSE WORSHIP

Third Wednesday of each month, 7 pm

WHAT'S HAPPENING?

Upcoming Events

Coffeehouse Worship

08/15/19

7 PM in church basement

A casual evening of worship music, refreshments, and fellowship

Outdoor Movie Night

08/16/19

9 PM

Children, Youth, Families, and Friends are invited to join us for a free outdoor movie night!

Blessing of the Backpacks

08/18/19

during Worship Service

Children should bring their backpacks to church to receive a blessing from the congregation and some new school supplies. Extra supplies will be donated to Aliquippa School District.

Church Picnic & Outdoor Worship

08/25/19

11 AM

Join us for outdoor worship and a picnic followed by some fun games for our kids and families.

Back to School Carnival

09/08/19

Following Worship (12 PM)

An afternoon of games, prizes, and fun to kick off the school year.

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Annual Events

Vacation Bible School

During the week-long, evening VBS, the church is filled with decorations that set the theme for a fun exploration of the Bible. Past topics have included Camp Courage—where “Campers” found the church decorated as if they were in the woods, and Cave Quest—where life-sized “Caves” set the mood for an exciting adventure. Games, Bible lessons, crafts, and of course snacks—make our week of evening Bible school memorable for kids, and the parents who enjoy seeing the children return each evening with stories of God’s amazing love.

Easter Egg Hunt

Each year children of the church and community gather together on the church lawn for an Easter Egg hunt. Hundreds of bright plastic Easter Eggs contain treats for the children to discover. This free event includes crafts, games, snacks and the telling of the true Easter Story, which makes the event a real celebration for the children.

Breakfast with Santa

We like to have fun at First Baptist, and what better way to get into the spirit of this joyful time of the year than with Breakfast with Santa. Breakfast, crafts, and the telling of the true meaning of Christmas (and it not about Santa coming down the chimney) prepare the children for the entrance of the guest of honor.

Creation Music Festival

Creation is the nation’s largest Christian Rock music and teaching festival. Pastor Howard brings a group to the festival each. It is a week of camping out under the stars and hearing the top Christian speakers and music groups like Skillet, Crowder, Reliant K, Casting Crowns, and Family Force 5. The week includes hikes to Lookout Point, Bible studies, hotdogs, and s’mores around the campfire.

 
 

Mission Events

Mitten Tree

A long-standing tradition at First Baptist Church is the Christmas Mitten Tree. On “Mitten Tree Sunday,” everyone is encouraged to bring new mittens, scarves, and warm hats. During the worship service, the live Christmas tree is decorated with the mittens and other warm items donated by members of the church. These are donated to the Aliquippa Salvation Army for their project bundle up.

Several times during the year, the Church collects nonperishable food items. These are donated to the Salvation and other groups fighting hunger in our community and the greater Pittsburgh area.

Canned Food Drive

Rummage Sale

During the two-day rummage sale, the Church Fellowship Hall is transformed into a bazaar filled with gently used clothing, household items, and treasures to discover. The mission of the Rummage sale is to provide clothing, and quality household items at a low price for those in need, and those who like a bargain. The profits from the rummage sale and concurrent bake sale serve as a fundraiser for our children programs and mission work.

Our women's group makes baskets that are distributed to shut-ins and those in nursing homes twice a year. Tailored to the individual’s needs, these baskets typically contain snacks, personal items, reading material, and other items to bring some sunshine to the lives of those unable to get out on their own.

Sunshine Baskets

College Care Packages

Our youth group sends Care Packages to college students to remind them of home and to send them some needed care and love. Homemade treats, microwaveable and packaged food are all staples in the packages. We also include stationary and other needed items. But, what makes the packages memorable are the personal notes, crazy letters, and pictures that are included.

Community Events

Partner with Community Organizations

Meals on wheels

Aliquippa Impact

Aliquippa Homeless Veterans 

Salvation Army

Uncommon Grounds Café

Habitat for Humanity