First Baptist Church of Hamilton
Jesus The Healer
All are welcome to join us for worship at FBC Hamilton! We gather at 9 a.m. for our traditional service and 11 a..m. for the modern service. More information is available on our website.
Locations & Times
  • First Baptist Church of Hamilton
    1501 Pyramid Hill Blvd, Hamilton, OH 45013, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM


"Surely The Presence Of The Lord Is In This Place"


"To God Be The Glory, Great Things He Hath Done!"
"He Touched Me"

"Jesus The Healer"
The Gospel Project Volume 8, Unit 22, Session 2
Mark 5:25-29

Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Clemens

"The Old Rugged Cross"










"Graves Into Gardens"



1. Touch Jesus to remove suffering.
Mk 5:25-29

Suffering may have physical, emotional, and social costs.

How do we deal with desperate situations?

We are never too far gone to reach out for Jesus.

2. Touch Jesus to remove shame.
Mk 5:30-34

Jesus' touch made her clean.

We are looking for a quick fix, but Jesus is looking to save us body and soul.

What are some effects of shame in a person's life?

Biblical faith is trusting in Christ alone for salvation (John 3:16-21). Faith begins with a recognition and confession of the truth of the gospel (1 John 4:13-16), followed by a receiving of Christ as Savior of one's life (John 1:10-13).

3. Touch Jesus to remove the curse of death.
Mk 5:35-42

"Do not fear, only believe."

In Jesus there is hope, even in death. (1 Thess. 4:13-18)

We are looking for a quick fix to our crisis, Jesus is directing us to a lasting hope in the resurrection.

Sunday's 11 a.m. service will be a VBS celebration
In the's Modern Service we will wrap up this year's Vacation Bible School. The message will be family centered, and we will sing songs and watch a video of our time at VBS. There is no kids church today. After the service everyone is invited to stay for hotdogs and to welcome new families.

Final Griefshare meeting is Sunday
Our Griefshare program will be on a break after the final gathering Sunday evening. See Heather Nguyen or contact the office if you have questions. Anyone who might be interested in leading this program please reach out to Heather or to Shon Morgan.

Deacons and Deaconesses meet Sunday; CE Board on the 20th
The Deacons and Deaconesses are meeting after the Modern Service on Sunday. This is a change from the usual meeting on the third Sunday of each month because of Father's Day. The Christian Education board will meet at 10:15 a.m. Sunday, June 20, and the Missions Board is not meeting in June.

Christian Authors Book Club meeting at FBC
The Christian Authors Book Club that formerly met at the Fairfield Lane Library is now meeting at First Baptist. This group gathers at 11 a.m. on the second Monday of each month in Room 203. The June book is "Trial and Error" by Robert Whitlow and for July it is "The Women of the Bible Speak" by Shannon Bream. Books are purchased by individuals online. FBC contacts for this club are Judy Farris and Nancy Follmer.

Adult Choir resumes June 16
The Adult Choir was on hiatus throughout the pandemic, and it comes back this week! Anyone interested in joining is welcome to come to the first rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. June 16 in the sanctuary. The choir will sing in the Traditional Service on June 21. Those who have questions may call Laurin Sprague at (513) 543-1908.

Make & Fly Kites event will be at Fort Liberty
Families are invited to a daytime activity with First Kids at which you will make and fly kites! This is a time of fellowship and it will be at Fort Liberty Playland, 6845 Van Gordon Road, in Liberty Twp. The kids can play in the play area at the park. We'll meet at 2 p.m. Thurs., June 17. Please sign up at or indicate on your connect card that you are attending.

Families invited to Noodles & Doodles night
Families with children are encouraged to join us in the church gym at 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 25 for a special time of eating spaghetti and creating art!
RSVP online at or indicate on your Connect Card who will attend. See Claire Metzger for more information.

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