Willing to serve? 

Here's where you're needed...

"...CONNECTING WITH GOD, GROWING TOGETHER, & SERVING THE WORLD - ALL THROUGH JESUS CHRIST."

We have a place for you! 

Check below to see where your talents and abilities fit best.

  • Care Center

    “The First Baptist Church Care Center exists in this community to love and minister through feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, and reaching and teaching ‘the least of these’."


    “Then the King will answer, ‘I tell you the truth, anything you did for even the least of my people here, you also did for me."  - Matthew 25:40

    --


    The Care Center is part of the DNA of First Baptist Jonesboro. Since 1974, this ministry has been active in meeting the needs of our community. 


    Here are some ways you can help: 


    Volunteer – We are open 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Monday through Thursday. You can help serve sandwiches, work in the clothing room, or help prepare food orders. 


    Donate -- Donations of clothing, food, household items, linens, dishes, and small appliances are welcomed. 


    We ask that the clothing be seasonal because of storage space restrictions. Clothes need to be clean and in good repair. All types of foods are accepted. Do you have a garden? Share your bounty with the Care Center!


    Donations may be dropped off at the back of the Care Center (located west of the church on Union Avenue) or in the designated space in the Atrium


    Financial support is also appreciated. Consider making a donation in memory or in honor of a loved one, or simply give as you feel led. Checks should be made payable to First Baptist Church and designated for the Care Center in the memo. 

    To donate online, click here, choose First Baptist Jonesboro, and then enter the amount you'd like to give in the area designated for the Care Center. 


    If you have questions, contact Joe & Martha Haynie

    or call the church office at (870) 932-3456.

  • Music

    Worshiping God is one of the most important priorities for our church and it is vital to developing a relationship with Jesus Christ. We invite you to get connected with our community of musicians, technicians and artists as we are blessed to lead others in worship. 


    Music & Worship Staff: 

    Interim, Minister of Music

    Mark Parsley, Contemporary Worship Leader


    Sanctuary Choir Known for its commitment of non-auditioned participants and its beauty of leading worship through song, this organization involves adults college aged and older. Sanctuary Choir rehearses each Wednesday at 6:35 p.m. in the Rehearsal Room (Room ED 210), and childcare is provided for infants through 6th grade by reservation. Sanctuary Choir sings weekly in 8:45 a.m. Classic worship. The choir takes a break from rehearsals in July but still sings those Sunday mornings during worship. 


    To view the most recent Sanctuary Choir newsletter, click here.


    Main Street Ringers  Participants in this adult handbell choir practice each Sunday afternoon (TBA in Room ED 213) and participate in worship gatherings, special concert events, and an annual handbell festival, finishing after Easter until beginning again in the fall. 


    Contemporary Worship Team Each Sunday at 11:00 a.m., the Worship Team leads the Contemporary worship service with vocals, guitar, drums, piano, and other instruments. To participate, auditions are required. Contact Mark Parsley for more information.


    Youth Choir Youth Choir is comprised of non-auditioned 7th-12th graders who meet weekly (TBA in Room ED 210) for rehearsal during the school year. 


    Common Ground Praise Team Students interested in leading music in worship with other youth can participate in the Common Ground praise team on Sunday and Wednesday nights. 


    For more information or to volunteer, contact the Music Department.

  • Disaster Relief Training

    The Arkansas Baptist State Convention’s Disaster Relief ministry continues to be an outreach to people and communities that struggle with the effects of disasters. Disaster Relief volunteers help in a variety of services such as providing food, showers, chainsaw work, communications, etc. Arkansas has over 1,200 volunteers who show Christ’s love by providing for the needs of those who have been affected by disaster.


    With your help, we can do more. If you are interested in learning about this ministry, check out their website. 


    To volunteer or ask questions, contact Michelle Barber at (870) 931-1496. 

  • together for hope

    Together for Hope Arkansas is a faith-based organization that focuses on youth development and literacy in the Arkansas Delta. TFHAR partners with local and outside churches and organizations to reduce rural poverty and inspire hope. 


    Interested individuals can participate with a planning group every month. Check with the FBC office for information.


    To learn more about TFHAR, visit their website or their Facebook page


  • small group leaders

    As we grow, there is always a need for new small group leaders. Small groups can look differently, depending on the style and experience of its leaders. If you're interested in leading a small group, either on campus or in your home, contact Tim Stewart. 

  • Security Team

    Our Security Team serves as an extra pair of eyes in our halls while weekly events take place, especially in and around our children's area.


    For the latest Security Team Schedule, click here.


    If interested in monitoring as part of this team, see Jerry Young or contact our office.

  • Greeters/ushers

    Our greeters and ushers are some of the first faces our church family and visitors see. We always need more new volunteers with bright smiles to welcome our guests with warmth and direct them to their proper locations.


    If you are willing to be one of these smiling faces, contact Ava Duke

  • Audio Visual Team

    If you have experience with A/V equipment or simply a willing spirit to help in the sound booth, contact Josh Moseley to be a part of our Audio Visual Team.