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Welcome to FBC Dover!

At First Baptist Church, there's a place for you!
We invite you to join us.
We are a growing church where you can
Worship the King, Serve the Lord,
Learn the Word, Enrich Your Life,
and Build Lasting Friendships.
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  First Baptist Church
  301 Walker Road
  Dover, DE 19904-2847

  PH: 302.674.1980
  FX: 302.674.4727

  Office Hours:
  Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm
  closed on Federal Holidays

 COMING EVENTS 

Sunday Service Schedule:

Biblical Learning on Sunday at 9:30 am.
Worship at 11:00 am 

 NEWSLETTERS 

There's A Place For You
at
First Baptist Church

Sunday School

9:30am

Worship

11:00am

301 Walker Road
Dover, Delaware 19904

Our Daily Bread 

A restaurant owner in the village of Abu Ghosh, just outside Jerusalem, offered a 50-percent discount for patrons who turned off their cell phones. Jawdat Ibrahim believes that smartphones have shifted the focus of meals from companionship and conversation to surfing, texting, and business calls. “Technology is very good,” Ibrahim says. “But . . . when you are with your family and your friends, you can just wait for half an hour and enjoy the food and enjoy the company.”

The administrators of the high school in Barrow, Alaska, were tired of seeing students get into trouble and drop out at a rate of 50 percent. To keep students interested, they started a football team, which offered them a chance to develop personal skills, teamwork, and learn life lessons. The problem with football in Barrow, which is farther north than Iceland, is that it’s hard to plant a grass field. So they competed on a gravel and dirt field.

When Max Lucado participated in a half-Ironman triathlon, he experienced the negative power of complaint. He said, “After the 1.2-mile swim and the 56-mile bike ride, I didn’t have much energy left for the 13.1-mile run. Neither did the fellow jogging next to me. He said, ‘This stinks. This race is the dumbest decision I’ve ever made.’ I said, ‘Goodbye.’” Max knew that if he listened too long, he would start agreeing with him. So he said goodbye and kept running.

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    301 Walker Road | Dover, DE 19904-2847 | PH: (302) 674-1980; FAX: (302) 674-4727