Typical Weekly Schedule at NBBC

Sunday

8:30 AM

Library Open 'til 8:50
 

9:00 AM

Sunday School
 

10:30 AM

Worship Service

 

4:30 PM

Monthly Meetings:
Week 1 - Committee Night unless noted
Week 3 - SSMCM
Week 4 - Open
  5:30 PM Pastor's Bible Study, FAITH Visits, Youth Fine Arts (Choir, Drama, Praise Team and Tech), Graded Choirs (4 yrs-gr 6)
     

Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday

10:00 AM

Sonshiners Choir

     

Every 4th Tuesday

11:00 AM

Sonshiners Game Day and Potluck Lunch

Tuesday-Thursday

 

Nassau Bay Baptist Christian Academy has closed operation as of May, 2014

Tuesday & Thursday

 

Mother's Day Out has closed operation as of May, 2014

Wednesday

9:30 AM-1:30 PM

Library Open
 

5:20 - 6:15 PM

Handbells (as scheduled)
 

6:00 - 8:00 PM

AWANA Clubs during school year
 

6:30-7:30 PM

Pastor's Bible Study
 

6:30 - 7:45 PM

Adoration Choir (adult)
 

6:00 - 7:45 PM

"Common Grounds" for youth
 

7:50 - 9:00 PM

Orchestra and Praise Team

Every 3rd Saturday

11:00 - 2:00 PM

Caring Center open (subject to change due to other church activities)

Deacons Meeting is held every other month as scheduled.

Quarterly Events: include Church Council and Business Meeting.

Annual Events: include Vacation Bible School, Calendar Planning Meeting, Fall Festival, Heart to Heart, Ladies' Tea, special trips, and camps for age groups.

This Month

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Building for Tomorrow

What tool are you in God's Hands?
  • Jig Saw - for fine-tuning, fine-cutting, fixing it just right (some things in ministry have to be trimmed/tuned/adjusted...)
  • A Level - keeping things straight and orderly and organized; if things aren't quite right - will work to get them (the bubble) back between the lines
  • A Puddy Knife - to shape and fill in the gaps with the right ones to fill that gap
  • A Screwdriver - keeping things tight and well-connected
  • A Power Sander - good for putting on a nice finishing touch, but need to be careful not to be too abrasive
  • A Stud-Finder - can see the potential in people even when it may not be evident
  • A Magnet - we want to draw and attract people to Christ and to each other (class time, fellowships/socials, etc.)
  • A Tire Jack - Lifting others up and encouraging them
  • Duct Tape - many uses, repairs, holds things together: many applications in SS Ministry/many roles & responsibilities and things to keep functional for ministry to people

NASSAU BAY BAPTIST CHURCH
ACTIVITIES REQUEST FORM

This form is to be completed by the person in charge of any special activity that is planned for your department, class, or group.  Please fill in all information that is applicable.  Once this request has been approved, the contact person identified on the form will be notified and the dates, nursery, space, equipment, etc., will be reserved for your activity.

  • Advance Notice: Please give one month's notice, if possible.
  • Keys: Arrangements must be made to check out and return keys to the church office personally.
  • Changes: If your event date or time changes for any reason, please contact the church office.

Fill this form out and click the 'Submit' button (at bottom of form)
or Click here for a printable request form (Requires Adobe Reader)
Fields preceeded by an asterisk (*) must be filled-in.
* Person in Charge:
* E-Mail:
* Phone #:
(of Person in Charge)
* Date of Event:
* Dept, Class, or Group:
* Type of Activity:

BUILDING / SPACE NEEDS

* Space Needed:
(MPC, Parlor, Kitchen, specific rooms, ...)
* Time building is needed
(including setup & cleanup)
Start:
Finish:
Actual time of activity
(if different)
Start: Finish:

I need tables set up to seat people.

  • Draw a diagram of how you want the tables and chairs set up, if there is a preference.
  • Kitchen area and other areas of use are to be left in the same condition found.
  • If meeting/activity is scheduled on Saturday/Sunday you will need to set up your own tables.
  • Custodial assistance is available from 8:30am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday.  If you require custodial assistance outside these hours, please contact the church office.

TRANSPORTATION NEEDS

I plan to rent a vehicle for this activity
(If so, be sure to notify your staff liason)
Driver(s) will be

AUDIO VISUAL NEEDS

Video Projector CD Player
PowerPoint Computer Cassette Tape Player
Computer Projector Piano
DVD Player Electric Keyboard
VHS Player PA System
Operator (if in auditorium) Screen (6' x 8')
Monitor System (if singing with tracks)
Number of Mics:         Number of Stands:

Special Lighting / Staging Needs:

  • Audio/visual assistance is available from 8:30am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday.  If you require audio/visual assistance outside these hours, please contact the church office.

CHILD CARE NEEDS

Please note:

  • 2 WEEKS NOTICE is needed for nursery notification (from the next Tuesday staff meeting).
  • There is a 3-hour maximum for the Nursery.
  • Be sure to review the NBBC Child Care policy (available from the church office).
  • For a printable nursery request form, Click here (Requires Adobe Reader)
Time Needed: From Until
Number of... Bed Babies
Preschoolers         School Age
Adult sponsors needed:

OTHER COMMENTS:

 

Our Mission         

Our Purpose: Nassau Bay Baptist Church exists to:

  1. Exalt the Risen Savior
  2. Edify the Saints
  3. Evangelize the Sinner

Our Ministry

Our Process: We accomplish our mission by:

  1. Reaching people with the love of Jesus Christ in order to,
  2. Connect those people with other believers in the church so that they might,
  3. Grow in their relationship with God in order to,
  4. Experience ministry toward others, and
  5. Honor God with their lives.

NBBC's Core Values

Recognizing that Christ is the sole savior of mankind through grace, that the Bible is the inerrant word of God, that Biblical preaching should be a hallmark of this community of believers, and that Biblical values should be evidenced in the lives of every member, Nassau Bay Baptist Church proclaims its core values as:

  • Ministry to people of all ages and circumstances, with each member using the gifts God has given them in service discipleship in the knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ through Bible study
  • Missions, taking Christ to the nation and the world, and personal evangelism, taking Christ to those in our community who do not know Him as their savior
  • Prayer permeating everything
  • Fellowship within the church
  • Regular worship of God in spirit and in truth