Emotionally Healthy Spirituality

For those desiring to take further steps in their Christian life and discipleship, to break free from bondage to the past and experience healing, Emotional Healthy Spirituality is an eight-session video-based Bible study.

We all have the opportunity to grow closer to Jesus as we learn to slow down, listen to our hearts and allow God, through the work and Gospel of Jesus, to turn us fully to the abundant life Jesus offers. 

Come and join us on Wednesday nights from 7-830pm - all are welcome! Feb 13 - April 3, 2019

Cheryl Bear Concert Nov 17th - 7pm

First Baptist Church is pleased to welcome Cheryl Bear to our stage on November 17, Saturday evening at 7pm for a free concert. Everyone is welcome!
Cheryl is a multi-award winning singer/songwriter who shares stories of Indigenous life through story and song. She has released three albums: Cheryl Bear (self-titled), The Good Road, and A’BA. Cheryl’s albums have received three Indigenous People’s Choice music awards, two Covenant Awards and a Native American Music Award.


Charting a Course for (re)Conciliation


You can register online now for our upcoming Indigenous Workshop, and concert by Cheryl Bear, on November 16th and 17th at First Baptist.

This is a safe place to come and listen and discuss issues around our First Nations and Indigenous peoples, including how to respond to all the info out there and how to respond as lovers of Jesus. You are welcome to attend both days or the Blanket Exercise on Friday night or concert Saturday!

Lunch is included for the Saturday workshops.

Email the church office to let us know when you’re coming or sign up at redclover.ca .


7:00-7:30pm Welcome by Jodi Spargur

7:30-9:30pm A History of Indigenous People** (Kairos Blanket Exercise)


9:30-10:00    Coffee/Welcome

10:00-12:00     Plenary/Workshops

12:00-1:00     Lunch

1:00-3:00     Workshops

3:00-3:20     Break

3:20-4:00     Panel Discussion

4:00-7:00     Break

7:00-9:00    Cheryl Bear in concert

**This is an interactive exploration of the history of Canada since the first point of contact with Indigenous Peoples to the present. This powerful teaching tool creates a baseline for a common understanding of the history that many of us were never taught from which to learn and explore the topics that will be covered the next day. This exercise is appropriate for children grade 3 and up. Many students across BC have gone through this in school as a Kairos Blanket Exercise.

November updates!

Live Well Clinic Fundraiser 
- Oct 26

Grace Wulff Open house and Art Sale - Special Preview for FBC Nov 1, Thursday 2-4pm, regular hours Friday Nov 2 - 7-9pm and Nov 3 - 10am-3pm

Bridges to New Life  Banquet- Nov 1 (Vernon) or Nov 3 (Kelowna)

This is be Rob Baskin's farewell. Let's get out and bless them for their incredible work with prisoners!


Charting a Course for (Re)Conciliation - Nov 16-17

You can register now for our upcoming Indigenous Workshop. This is a safe place to come and listen and discuss issues around our First Nations and Indigenous peoples, including how to respond to all the info out there and how to respond as lovers of Jesus.

Church Picnic @ Faith Mission

The Church Picnic is coming up soon - June 17th! @ 3pm.

Sign up with the church office and then we'll see you there on Sunday!

We'll have food provided by Faith Mission, but bring along a camp chair to sit in, lawn games to play, a swimsuit for the pool (if you want!) and a heart full of fun and love for each other.

There is minigolf, horseshoes, volleyball and some fun surprises coming!!

The cost is $5 a person and you can pay at the camp.  Just let us know you're coming asap!

The address is: 4690 Hoath Rd, Falkland, BC

Vernon Prayer Breakfast - May 23, 2018

The Greater Vernon Prayer Breakfast is open to everyone and will be held
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 from 8 to 9:30 a.m. 
at the Vernon Lodge & Conference Centre.

In Greater Vernon’s annual Prayer Breakfast, the Vernon Ministerial invites input from civic leaders to identify key areas of concern, which will then be incorporated into prayers offered on behalf of the community. 
This is an opportunity to honour our Civic Leaders and First Responders.
This year's keynote speaker will be Rev. Stuart McKnight, Lead Pastor of Vernon Alliance Church. 

To become a Community Sponsor or if you have any questions, please contact Leighton - GVPB Coordinator
leightonbcoombs@gmail.com or (250) 938-4852

Tickets are $30. They need to know the numbers by this week, so please buy a ticket by May 14!