AWANA is an acronym for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed and comes from 2nd Timothy 2:15. “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” The mission of AWANA is to teach boys and girls the gospel of Jesus Christ and to train them to serve him.
If you are interested in joining the AWANA Ministry, please contact the church office at (301) 773-6655.
The Baby Dedication Ministry at First Baptist Church of Highland Park is a Christian ceremony for believing parents and family members. Parents make a commitment before the Lord and the body of Christ to raise their child according to God’s Word.
Baby Dedication Services are held every 3rd Sunday at the 11:15am worship service.
E-mail:Rev. Emmanual Williams at BabyDedication@fbhp.org
Girl Scouts is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adults, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives: strong values, leadership, social conscience, and conviction of their own potential and self-worth. If the church does not provide a platform for these girls then the streets will.
E-mail: Jane McCray at email@example.com
Jesus and Me (JAM)
The mission of the Jesus and Me Ministry at the First Baptist Church of Highland Park is two-fold. The first objective is to enrich the lives of our youth through Christian education and the second is to cultivate this knowledge through a pragmatic understanding of these teachings. [Read More]
If you are interested in joining the JAM Ministry, please contact Rev. Joel Washington or Deacon Edward Harrison through the church office at (301) 773-6655.
The Jr. Missionary Ministry calls our youth to follow Jesus Christ more faithfully. Provides an environment where a commitment to Christ is encouraged. Mentors the youth to a life of service and spiritual disciplines such as prayer, scripture reading, and regular devotions. Encourages, educates, equips, and empowers our youth to be responsible citizens of the world, leaders among their peers, and future leaders in broader communities. [Read More]
If you are interested in joining the Jr. Missionary Ministry, please contact Robin Tunstall through the church office at (301) 773-6655.
The nursery is staffed by faithful dedicated adult and teen volunteers who provide quality child care with a structured Christian program.
The nursery caters to children up to 5 years old. The nursery offers devotion, scriptures, song, bible stories, art projects, free play and a light snack.
The First Baptist Church of Highland Park Voluntary Nursery is located in the James J. McCord Education Building, Rooms 103 & 129.
If you are interested in joining the Volunteer Nursery Ministry, please contact Loretta Queen through the church office at (301) 773-6655.
The mission of Resilient Youth Mentoring is to empower our young people to reach their goals by providing guidance and positive direction in developing independent living/social skills to help enrich their experiences. In addition, our focus is to improve self-esteem, social competence and avoidance of high risk behaviors by providing relationships with caring adults who work to help them to achieve their potential. Our objective is to create supportive one-on-one relationships and group dynamics, to support individuals toward the development of their vision for the future, to support youth in identifying resources needed to purse higher education or a trade and to improve academic achievement. [Read More]
If you are interested in joining the Resilient Ministry, please contact Deacon Don Johnson or Rev. Tuwana Johnson through the church office at (301) 773-6655.