Thanks for "Dropping By" our website
God's word says that we are adopted into the family of God. At Cotton Flat Baptist Church you will find a warm and welcome family. From the children's departments up through the youth and adult departments you will find that same close knit family atmosphere. I hope you will enjoy your visit to our "online home" and plan a visit soon to Cotton Flat.
We have sunday school classes for all ages and we welcome you to come and join with us as we worship Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. Please take the time to explore our church website, as it is being updated frequently. Some pages are still blank right now but they will be filled to the brim soon.
Some years ago Bill Gaither wrote a little song that began with these words; "I'm so glad I'm a part of the family of God." Let me invite you to come and join the family at Cotton Flat as we strive to serve the Lord and reach midland with the love of Christ. Join with us as we Sing His Praise to a Lost and dieing world.
I hope you will drop by Cotton Flat Baptist Church this sunday for a visit.
Singing HIS Praises,
We are collecting non perishable foods for the Christmas Baskets.
We are beginning our annual Pennies and Prayers collection. All money will be used to buy Christmas gifts for needy children. There are cans in the Sunday School rooms for your donations.
Friday.......December 4.........6:30 p.m.
Sunday.....December 6......5:30 p.m. Please bring sandwiches, chips, dips or a dessert.
Sunday December 13th. There will be no Sunday School instead we will have coffee and donuts at 10:00 a.m. The morning service Drama & Cantata will begin at 10:30 a.m.
Choir practice 4:30p.m. The drama team will practice Monday at 6:30p.m.
We are wanting to start a Sunday School class for our college students. If you are interested in teaching this class, please talk to Bro. Rick.
For over 20 years Cotton Flat has had a mission at Hillcrest. Every Saturday morning a Sunday School class has taken a light meal and has had a short devotion for the residents of Hillcrest. Lately two of our Sunday School classes have had to quit helping. We need someone to step in and help. If you are able to give two hours every two or three months please let Bro. Rick know. The church furnishes the money to buy any food you would need and Bro. Rick will help plan the devotion.
5th - Jon Poe
12th - Miles & Coles
19th - Edwards
26th - No Service
2nd - No Service
9th - Rick & Cylena
16th - Gary & Beverly
23rd - Doug & Lorna
We are in need of a teacher to help in the youth department on Wednesday nights.
We will be collecting small bags of beans, rice, sugar, flour, or small bottles of cooking oil. They are also in need of gently worn coats and blankets