Welcome!
On the evening of His resurrection, Jesus told His church in John 20:21 "I am sending you just as my Father sent me!" Here at Flynn 1st, we take that fantastic privilege and tremendous responsibility seriously. We are to represent God to every person that we meet. Wow!

Our fervent prayer is that we show those fruits of the Spirit of God spoken of in Galatians 5:22-23 in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.  

You are welcome here. Unlimited baggage is OK. We have a Savior of unlimited love and forgiveness. In His love,

Bro. Dwain

First Baptist of Flynn                                                                       Dwain Pollard, Pastor

Welcome Back!

We are so excited to announce resumption of public worship on Mother’s Day, May 10! Considering the special roles of moms in families and church families, this is a great time for our worship to have a new beginning! To follow Texas State guidelines in this war against Covid – 19, please cooperate with the following as much as possible.

2 Worship services each Sunday:

  • Seniors 65 and over, 9 am.
  • Everyone else, 11 am.
  • Social distancing, except families may sit together. Some families have people in both age groups, and we encourage you to worship together!
  • This system will enable us to have plenty of room to invite people to worship with us.l

We will continue to stream worship on Facebook, and people with underlying health issues should stay home and watch. I know that it is not the same as being together with people we love in Jesus, but it seems to be the best option for now.

Bible Study for “whosoever will” 6 pm Wednesdays, as Kenneth Hendricks leads us through the book of Daniel. That is certainly appropriate considering the present world situation!

It’s very obvious to me, God has used this Covid – 19 disaster to call a time out in normal church life. We all are ready to resume what we were doing before. But, were we doing as God commanded us in Acts 1:8, His final exhortation: go to the whole world and carry the Gospel to every person? Maybe God wants us to have a new normal!

May God bless you!