Upcoming Events

Tried & True 50+ Group

posted 4 Oct 2017, 07:29 by Peter Moore

On Tuesday morning, October 10 at 10:30, our Tried & True 50+ Group is excited to welcome renowned N.B. fiddler Alison Inch and accordionist Bob Johnson. Join us for a great concert, a rousing hymn sing and a delicious pot luck. We do have fun! If you've thought about coming, this would be a great time to start.

BLAZE-Youth Event

posted 28 Sep 2017, 07:37 by Peter Moore

October 27th starting at 6:30 pm until 3:00 pm October 28th
Cost: $25
Location: Douglas Baptist Church, 1012 Route 105, Douglas, NB
Contact: Amy Gordon at amygordon85@gmail.com

Our vision for Blaze is to "Ignite students' passion to follow Jesus!"

This annual DBC youth event is the highlight of our Fall Youth Ministry. It includes a live band, great food, fellowship, fun NEW games, prizes, service projects, AND special speaker & guest musician Paul Colman! 

Use this form to register the numbers of students and leaders in your youth group. The cost for Blaze is $25/person. With every 5 youth, 1 leader comes free! Payment and registrations are due Sunday, October 22. Cheques can be made out and sent to Douglas Baptist Church or an e-transfer can be arranged. Late registrations will be $30/person. Space is limited so register ASAP. Registration is confirmed and spots booked ONCE FEES ARE PAID.

Storm Small Group Study

posted 21 Sep 2017, 07:26 by Peter Moore

This fall all are welcome to join on Wednesday nights for “Storm.” This tool is designed to address, from a solid Biblical foundation, questions that arise as people explore (and live out) the Christian faith. The evening will begin with a video and then we will break off into small groups to discuss the doubts we have and the truth the Bible offers. Topics will include God, Creation, the Bible, Jesus, suffering, prayer, Satan and the afterlife.  We will get together on Wednesdays (Sept. 20 to Nov. 29) from 7pm until 8:30pm in the Church loft (upstairs room 301).

She Matters featuring Cheryl Bear in Song & Story

posted 19 Aug 2017, 09:42 by Peter Moore

Douglas Baptist Church is partnering with Canadian Baptist Ministries and supporting the She Matters Campaign. CBM’s She Matters Campaign seeks to highlight global gender inequity and in 2017 is focusing on issues facing Indigenous women in Canada.

CBM has invited singer/songwriter and Indigenous Leader Cheryl Bear from the Nadleh Whut’en community in Northern British Columbia, to be our She Matters spokesperson for this upcoming year. Cheryl is an award-winning performer and educator who shares stories of Indigenous life — the joy, sorrow, faith, and journey.
Learn more about Cheryl Bear at http://cherylbear.com/about/

Come here Cheryl share in song and story on Sunday, August 27 at 10:30am. A nursery and kids program will be provided (up to grade 5). As well we will be having a BBQ after the concert.

The Great Celebrate VBS

posted 3 Jul 2017, 07:04 by Peter Moore

We are going to do some crazy for kids (ages 3 to 10) from August 13-17. We are going to celebrate Christmas, Easter, Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving and New Years all in one week! It's going to be a party all week long as we take the best Holidays and jam them into one week. We would love to have your kids celebrate with us. The fun runs from 6 to 8pm every night. If you have questions or want to let us know your coming, feel free to call the church (444-8108).

Douglas Dance Class

posted 3 Jul 2017, 07:00 by Peter Moore

Hey kids join the fun on Thursday night  from July 6 to August 10 as we get our groove on and learn how to praise god with our bodies! This 6-week course is designed to give beginners a chance to move and groove. It will take place from 6pm til 7:30pm. Can't make it every week, that's Ok! Family and friends are encouraged to attend the final performance during our Sunday service on August 13. 

Age: Entering Kindergarten to Entering Grade 6   Cost: $20

Worship by the Water

posted 22 Jun 2017, 07:15 by Peter Moore

Grab a lawn chair and join us for a night of Worship Music as we gather at the home of Michael & Rachael Anderson (1055 Hwy 105) along the beautiful St. John River. The evening will begin at 6:30 pm and will conclude with a bonfire so please bring a snack to share. Parking will be in a field on the river side of Route 105. You will then have a short walk on the trail and down their driveway. 

Fundy Park Day Trip

posted 22 Jun 2017, 06:55 by Peter Moore

This is Canada’s 150th birthday as a nation. The National Parks are open to visitors without charge this year (still required to sign in to get the day pass). Fundy National Park is only a few hours away. Maybe you have never been there or are ready for a return visit. On July 29 DBC (those who would like to go) are headed to Fundy Park for the day. You could plan to stay overnight if you want – tent, cabin, camper. The panoramic view is spectacular. There are wonderful trails, a salt water swimming pool, playground, even a golf course. Bring appropriate clothing, snacks / drinks for trail and the day.  Also pack a more substantial picnic basket for supper. The Park is close to Alma and retail stores. 
We would try to get together as a group as we arrive and for a supper time meal (bring your own food, picnic blanket, chairs – there may be a few tables available). More details will be available as we get an idea of people and numbers who plan to attend. Please provide contact information on the sign- up sheet in the foyer which will allow us to contact you with more details or any changes. Also, where possible we would encourage people to travel together to reduce traffic and increase interaction. Questions – Bob Bettle – 444-8090

Special Meeting- Staff Working Group Report

posted 22 Jun 2017, 06:46 by Peter Moore

There will be a special church business meeting on Monday, June 26 at 7 pm at which time the Staff Working Group will table their report and direction for future staffing will be discussed. The Staff Working Group Report will be reviewed by Council at their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday night and it will then be made available to the congregation on Tuesday. We will email the report to all those on our distribution list and provide hard copies here at the church.

Grad BBQ

posted 17 May 2017, 02:22 by Peter Moore

We are throwing a party for High School Grads and their families on Sunday, May 28 from 5pm til 7pm. If you or someone you know is graduating we would love to have them join us at our BBQ Buffet! Invite them along and RSVP to the church office by May 23.   

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