FBC offers fun and challenging children’s programs for infants through 5th grade intended to help your children grow in the grace and knowledge of God and His Son Jesus.
Age divisions include:
(Newborn – Pre-School) Director: Rebecca Faith Hughes
(K-5th Grade) Director: Kristin Wooley
Children’s classes are offered on Sunday morning from 9:00 am -10:30 am for Kindergarten through age 5.
Children ages birth to Preschool are offered care and a simple lesson from 9:00 am – 12:00 noon.
Music & CoMotion is a story time experience for preschool-aged children. Expect stories, singing and dancing to kid-friendly music, and crafts. Moms, if you’re looking for a place where you and your children can make new friends and have a blast, come visit!
M&C meets on Friday mornings at 10:00 am in the Children’s wing of the FBC Education Building located at 301 E. Snyder.
For more information about M&C contact Rebecca Hughes at 806-567-2739 or Kristin Wooley at 830-431-0452.
(6th – 12th) grades available. Our Junior High and High School ministry offers many opportunities for fellowship, discipleship and spiritual growth. During the school year, students can meet at Starbucks in Albertson’s from 4:00-5:00 for coffee and conversation as they navigate through the various challenges’ teenagers face each day. On Wednesday night students meet to share a home cooked meal followed by an age appropriate church service. Finally, Thursday afternoon from 4:00-5:30 pm, students who are committed to learn more about the gospel, and how it impacts their faith, meet in the church parlor to be discipled through a challenging bible-based curriculum. Students participate in summer camp and 2-4 student field trips each year as they seek to mature in Christ.
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Check the church calendar for the next youth activity!
Studying the Word of God contained in the Bible is essential to every Christian’s growth. FBC offers (3) interactive Sunday morning Bible studies beginning at 9:00 am to encourage you in your faith. Classes are generally divided based upon age. Participating in one of these Sunday morning classes gives you an opportunity to grow spiritually while developing meaningful friendships. Come and join the fellowship!
Adult 4 led by James Francis (ages 30-59)
Second Floor Education Building
Berean Class led by David Brand (60-70)
Troutt Building across the street from the sanctuary
Encounter Class led by Tom Miller (70+)
Troutt Building across the street from the sanctuary
FBC offers (3) different home groups during the week based on age and life circumstances. Each group is designed to help you develop life-long friends, experience genuine Christian fellowship and encourage you to walk closer with Christ.
Being a part of one of these groups is a “MUST” if you want to develop meaningful friendships with fellow members of our church. Come check them out!
For more information contact the church office at (575) 393-7183 or check the church calendar for meeting times.Calendar ›
The women of First Baptist Church enjoy meeting for Bible Studies, fellowship and an annual event such as a simulcast like Priscilla Shirer or a retreat. Our women enjoy doing games and crafts together as they seek to offer a network where women can come and share with one another as they seek to be the Proverbs 31 woman. Summer and Fall Bible studies are a staple for our women. If you want to have a place to meet with women of all ages who can share and encourage one another, then getting plugged in to our women’s ministry is a must!
For more information about our next scheduled women’s event, call the church office at (575) 393-7183 or check the church calendar.Calendar ›
The Men’s Ministry at FBC is a place where men gather quarterly to fellowship and have a good time just being men. We usually eat a lot of food and watch the latest sports activity or play games like cornhole. In addition, if the men become aware of any special needs that require assistance like home repairs, we all pitch in and help “fix” what needs “fixing.” It’s a great place to get to know other men in the church and get away from the pressures of life.
For more information about our next scheduled men’s event call the church office at (575) 393-7183 or check the church calendar.Calendar ›
The Worship Team led by Larry Wood (Bi-Vocational Worship Pastor) is made up of a team of singers and musicians who love to worship the Lord and play beautiful music during our worship services on Sunday mornings. The worship team is committed to creating the best possible worship environment on Sunday mornings so as a member you can experience God’s presence in your life.
The worship team rehearses on Thursday nights from 6:00-8:00 and plays during our Sunday morning service from 10:30-11:00.
FBC Hobbs is a proud ministry partner for the following Christian ministries:
Building Women of Integrity - American Heritage Girls is a Christ-centered character and leadership development program for girls 5 to 18 years of age. AHG is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country.
Troop # 2911 meets Tuesday nights from 5:00 – 6:00 on the first floor of the First Baptist Church Education Building located at 301 E. Snyder, Hobbs, NM 88240 during the school year.
For more information call the Church Office (575) 393-7183
The senior adults of FBC Hobbs support children in the Booker T. Washington Elementary School of the Hobbs School District. Annually, the senior adults of our congregation raise funds through donations for these students to minister to these children during the Christmas season and throughout the school year. (usually clothing, backpacks, school supplies, etc.)
For more information about this ministry opportunity contact the Church Office at 575-393-7183 or visit with the Berean or Encounter classes during the Sunday School hour, (9:00 -10:15 am each Sunday)
Emma’s closet is chartered by CASA of Lea County. There are around 150 foster children in Lea County and a total of 64 foster families that open their doors to foster children. Participating as a foster parent can be a very challenging experience emotionally and financially. Emma’s closet is a charitable organization that provides support for foster parents who care for these children by providing them with much needed supplies like diapers, cribs, clothing, etc. when they are given responsibility to care for children in need. First Baptist Church is pleased to partner with Emma’s closet to provide storage and be the focal pick-up point for Emma’s closet.
For assistance with the childcare needs of a foster child or to learn more about what it means to be a foster care parent, call Emma’s Closet at (407) 756-0028.
If you would like to donate to Emma’s Closet, they receive gifts on Wednesdays from 8-11 a.m. at the Troutt building located at 317 Cain Street, Hobbs, NM 88240 or by appointment at 407-756-0028.
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states and in more than 70 countries around the world.
The goal of this organization is to build decent, affordable houses for people who otherwise might never own a home. The houses are built at no profit and the new homeowners’ house payments are combined with no-interest loans to make this an affordable option for people in need of housing. As a member of the Hobbs community FBC whole-heartedly supports financially as well as with volunteers those who work with Habitat for Humanity. First Baptist Church provides household good and necessities to new homeowners at the Key Ceremony. This is a unique and practical ministry we have partnered with the Habitat community since 2016. Contact the Church Office at 575-393-7183 if you would like to know more or participate!
For more information about Habitat for Humanity visit:
www.hobbshabitat.org or call (575) 397-4398
Legacy Pregnancy Center is a place where women facing an unplanned pregnancy are welcome and can go for encouragement and counsel on what to do during this joyous, yet challenging time in their lives.
Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center is located in Hobbs, NM in Lea County and exists to promote a culture in which every person is protected, honored and respected.
No matter your circumstances, LPC supports all women who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant. LPC exists to walk you through each step in your pregnancy.
Each year around Mother’s Day, First Baptist Church partners with the Legacy Pregnancy Center to raise funds by contributing spare change to support this vital ministry. For more information about LPC visit their website at https://www.legacyprc.com/
For 100 years the New Mexico Baptist Children's Home has helped children and their families onto a path of restoration and healing.
The New Mexico Baptist Children's Home is the longest continuously operating residential child-care facility in the state of New Mexico. The Home was founded as the New Mexico Baptist Orphans Home in May of 1919 as a result of the efforts of leadership from First Baptist Church of Portales. This instrumental group of people was prompted by their convictions for a special ministry for orphaned children. For 100 years the New Mexico Baptist Children's Home has helped children and their families onto a path of restoration and healing. Each fall, the Churches of Southeast NM conduct a food drive to stock the pantry of the Baptist Children’s home.
The mission of the Southeastern Baptist Association is to partner with member churches in our surrounding area in fulfilling the Great Commission through community outreach, church planting, church revitalization, and leadership development. We are a network of Southern Baptist Churches of like faith and mission who come together for this purpose.
For more information about SEBA, please contact Danny Kirkpatrick, Associational Coordinator at 575- 392-4456 or 575- 704-0775.