The First Church Youth Group is fundraising for their summer events and service projects from March 13 – 24.
The annual Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Dough sale that you all wait on is here! See any of the Jr. or Sr. high First Church students or you can call / email the office to place an order. 419-753-2446 or email@example.com
You can take a look at the catalog here: Otis Spunkmeyer Online Catalog
Items will be delivered mid April.
Thank you for supporting our youth!
Who Am I? Discovering Who You Are in Christ
How would you answer that question?
We often define our identity in terms of our roles in life, such as your family relationships or career choice. It is also tempting to define ourselves by the world’s standards of beauty, money, power, and popularity. Identity is a major issue. It informs how we view ourselves and the world around us. Too often, unfortunately, we find our identity in things that are doomed to fail us. We will find true joy, peace, and fulfillment when we find our identity in Christ.
Join us at First Church during Lent as we study what the Bible says about us and discover who you are in Christ.
Series runs March 10 – April 7. We are located at 200 W. Bremen St. in New Knoxville, OH
First Church of New Knoxville invites your family to join us for Wonderful Wednesdays!
Each Wednesday evening from March 13 to April 10
What are Wonderful Wednesdays ?
Life is busy – homework, sports practices, dinner, etc…. it all vies for our time. Wonderful Wednesday is a way for the whole family to spend time together one day a week during Lent and not have to worry about any of those things.
Our volunteers walk with the children directly from NK School to First Church of New Knoxville where they get a snack and a chance to burn off some energy with games and fun. Then it’s over to the church to get homework done with the guidance of our homework helpers, crafts and some music.
At 5:45 pm parents and the entire community are invited to join us for dinner and a short devotional. This is a community outreach program – everyone is invited whether you have a child attending or you would just like to join us for dinner.
By 7:00 pm you have the rest of the evening to spend together as a family. Homework and dinner are done!
Your child does NOT have to attend NK school to participate! You may drop them off after school for the program also. Click the link below to download the registration form for your student and return it to First Church of New Knoxville, PO Box 339, New Knoxville or scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wonderful Wednesday Registration 2019
Registration forms are for the after school portion only. If you’re joining us for dinner you just need to show up hungry!
Here are a few photos from last year’s Wonderful Wednesday!
Join Sundays, February 3 – April 14 for a NEW bible study Jesus Among Secular Gods written by Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale.
We will be studying the secular prevailing worldviews such as atheism, scientism, pluralism and many more that are drastically different than what Jesus preached.
This study will seek to help us as Christ-followers to engage and have meaningful conversations with people that believe in these secular worldviews.
This study will be an 11-week bible study led by Jake Breitigan on Sundays at 10:15 am in the Ministry Center. All are welcome!
Join us over the next ten weeks (Dec. 30 – March 3) as we discover how the Ten Commandments help us relate to God and to each other.
One day, an expert in the law asked Jesus which is the greatest commandment. Famously, Jesus replied, “Love the Lord your God with all you heart… [and] love your neighbor as yourself.” These commands were not new. Both the command to love God and love neighbor find their origin in the Old Testament law. In fact, the Ten Commandments, the pinnacle of the law, are basically a detailed explanation of how to fulfill these two commandments. The first four describe how we are to relate to God, and the last six deal with our relationship with others. The commandments provide a framework for how to relate rightly to God and others, and our relationships flourish when we learn to live within these parameters.
First Church is located at 200 W. Bremen St. in New Knoxville, Ohio. Sunday worship begins at 9:00 am. You can also listen to the re-broadcast on T-102 FM at 10:15 am.
Sunday School Starts on September 16
10:15 to 11:15 am (after the 9:00 am morning service)
Register Your Kids Today!
You can also scan this code with your device and register via your phone.
On January 21, 2017 First Church held it’s Annual Meeting. The Spiritual Council of the church and Senior Pastor Joel Bucklin and Youth Pastor Tory Breitigan shared their thoughts on the discipleship process, our mission statement and goals and vision for First Church in the coming years.
Follow First Church on Instagram @firstchurchnk for photos of activities & events. The mission team headed to Germany will be posting photos on Instagram and Facebook while they are there doing construction work!
Questions sometimes arise as you are listening to the sermon on Sunday mornings or reading a passage in the Bible.
- What did Pastor Joel mean when he said that?
- How does this message apply to my life?
- What other Scripture passages support the main idea of the sermon?
Now you can “Ask the Pastor” by calling or texting (419) 405-FCNK .
Leave a voice message or text for Pastor Joel and he will answer your questions regarding his teaching and preaching.
He may respond to you directly, or answer questions on his blog or a Facebook Live post. We hope this will be a great way for you to continue to interact with the sermon and deepen your understanding of God’s Word!
You can also submit a question or prayer request via our Contact Us page.