Special Gifts

In memory of Mr. Wayne Mosely by Mr. & Mrs. Richard Culpepper, Mr. & Mrs. William Kennedy, Mrs. Pam Greer, & Dr. Paul Walls


We are grateful for the contributions of our former Office Administrator, Dawn Liverman, and wish her nothing but the best as she explores other opportunities.

Deacon Candidates

Patti Brown-Traylor, Eddie Cole, Patrick Erben, Cole Fannin, Tim Martin, Coby Smith, Suzanne Wynn

Sunday School Classes for all ages – for those who are longtime attendees and for those who are looking for a brand-new start. Find your preferred group and make plans to attend each and every week

Children’s Sunday School Classes
PreK – Children’s Hall
Kindergarten through 3rd grade – Children’s Hall
Grades 4 through 6 – upstairs at The Place
Contact Jennifer Jindrich for more information.

Youth Sunday School
Grades 7 through 12 – downstairs at The Place
Contact Christopher Simonton for more information.

Adults in their 30s to 50s, topical studies – upstairs at The Place
Contact Melanie Brooks for more information.

Current Events
Mixed age adults, topical studies – upstairs in the Benson Building
Contact Marla Dugan for more information.

Women of Faith
Adult ladies ages 50 and up, Formations Bible Study Curriculum – upstairs in the Benson Building
Contact Lisa Loftin for more information.

Mixed age adults, Formations Bible Study Curriculum – upstairs in the Benson Building
Contact Henry or Brenda-Gail Tyson for more information.

Lectio Divina
Mixed age adults – upstairs in the Benson Building
This new class will provide opportunities to meditate upon Scripture and pray together. We will learn and practice two methods of prayer: Lectio Divina and Centering Prayer. Using Lectio Divina the class will focus & meditate upon a passage of Scripture. The goal of Centering Prayer, a form of silent prayer, is to consent to God’s presence for a period of time. We will use one or both types of prayer each week.
Contact Bobby Evans for more information.

Pastor’s Class
Mixed age adults – upstairs at The Place
This new class is especially for those who are looking to return to Sunday School, those who have never been a part of a Sunday School Class, or those looking for a fresh start. The Fall study will center around the book of Matthew. Contact Joel Snider for more information.

Christmas Backpacks for Children & Teens in Appalachia and Georgia
Sponsored by WMU

Please pick up a backpack, fill, using the suggested guideline included in the pack, and return to the church office by Sept. 30.

Please include your name and contact information on the sign-up sheet in the office.

The Marty & Pam Smith family invite you to join them in celebrating the upcoming marriage of their son Taylor.


Wednesday Night Supper
5p | Fellowship Hall | $10 per person
Kids 10 and under eat free
Reservations required.

DateMain DishReserve by
Aug 25Beef Tips with Rice8/18
Sep 1Pork Chops8/25

Children’s Ministry Team Meeting
August 22 | 12p |The Place (Upstairs)

Youth Games: Timberwolf Axe Throwing
August 22 | 3p | Timberwolf Axe Throwing
$15 per person

Personnel Committee Meeting
August 24 | 5:30p | The Place (Upstairs)

A Report on Dr. Glenn Eernisse’s Sabbatical
September 1 | 6p | The Fellowship Hall

Dr. Eernisse will be giving us a report on the fruits of his July 2021 sabbatical during the Prayer Meeting. More details to come.

Worship Leader Training
September 12 | 12p | Sanctuary

Training for all welcome families, lay readers, and deacons. More information to come.

Tuesday Morning Ladies Bible Study
Starts September 14 | 10a | The Place (Upstairs)
Contact the church office to sign up.
Books are $18

Youth Fall Retreat
September 17-19 | Wildwater Chattooga Adventure Center
$150 per person
Register by Sept. 5, 2021





7:15a – Youth Breakfast


5:30p – Wednesday Night Supper

5:30p – CAM3

5:30p – Ladies Book Study

6p – Prayer Meeting

7p – Youth Worship

7p – Choir Rehearsal


Dr. David Hughes

Senior Pastor

Dr. David Hughes accepted the call to the senior pastor of First Baptist Church Carrollton in January 2022. David’s formation is in thanks to many fine schools, employers, churches, and his family. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish at Furman University (2005), a Master of Divinity from Erskine Theological Seminary (2018) and a Doctor of Ministry at McAfee School of Theology in Church Leadership and Administration (2023). Before accepting the call to ministry in 2011, David worked for six years for non-profits in Greenville, South Carolina and Patagonia, Chile. Previously, he served as the minister to students at First Baptist Church of Augusta (2018 – 2021) and Easley First Baptist Church (2011 – 2018). Married to Rebecca in 2006, David’s amazing wife is a constant source of love, encouragement, and partnership in the ministry. The two of them welcomed their daughter Maggie in 2012 and now watch with amazement as their precious daughter continues to grow and develop. David believes firmly that The Church is a place of invitation for all where lives can be transformed by The Gospel of Jesus Christ. His passion is to create vision and lead God’s people to express the love of Christ in the world.