The late Robert Arthur (Buck) Barrett was born to Donald Omar Barrett and Charlotte Helen (Gilliat) Barrett on Feb. 3, 1957. He was the father of son Bobby Barrett. He was the beloved sibling of brother William Barrett and his wife Linda Barrett, brother Richard H. Barrett (deceased) and his wife Tammy Barrett, sister Marianne Louise (Barrett) Testa and Terrence James Barrett. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 27, at 9:30 a.m. at the First Baptist Church, 22 Mechanic St., Marlborough. Friends are also encouraged to share their memories of Barrett on his Facebook page. To listen to a selection of his songs visit: http://www.reverbnation.com/buckbarrett
Donations to the First Baptist Church can be made in his memory at P.O. Box 248 Marlborough MA 01752. Barrett was a member of the church as well as a musician there.
Today’s passage: Luke 15:1-11
How do we make a impression that is lasting and permanent in our faith in Jesus Christ? We see the personality of Jesus when he captivated the crowds and the power of Jesus by his healing acts. Jesus not only taught the message with authority, but he himself was also the message. How can we be fulfilled in our faith in Jesus? How does Jesus change our understanding of him?
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If you weren’t there at the Hymn Sunday Service this past Sunday, I have to say you really missed out on a treat in whole-hearted worship of God! But don’t stay sad; we have a few more things coming up.
July 1, 2013 – 4-6 PM – Our Father’s Table – Come down to enjoy a delicious meal with friends hosted by First Baptist Church & friends or even come down and help prepare food.
July 7, 2013 – Park Service – The annual service at Hopkinton State Park is almost here! Remember to put this down on your calendar for a great service at the park.
There was a special service consisting of a full service of praise. No sermon was preached during this service.
Today’s passage: Luke 15:11-32
On this Father’s Day, the sermon is taken from one of the most well-known parables: the parable of the prodigal son. The parable serves to remind us the picture of a loving father, namely, God above, and serves as an example for how we are to relate to our families.
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School is almost out! Just in time for these events:
June 17 – 7 PM – Council Meeting
June 22 – 9 AM – Work Day – Let’s get the building back in shape one workday at a time!
June 23 – Hymn Sunday – A special hymn service will be held in place of the normal Sunday service. It will be an awesome time of music and praise. Mark it on your calendar and join us!
July 7 – Park Service – The annual service at Hopkinton State Park is back! Remember to put this down on your calendar for a great service at the park.
Today’s passage: Judges 6:1-6
Discouragement is nothing new to anyone who has ever lived in this world. It comes to us merely “because [we] are human”. There are times when we reach that point of desperation and depression and cry out, “Lord, what do you want me to do?” How do we get back up?
The Bible provides many examples of people in discouragement, most of which are far worse than our own experiences. BUT the Bible also shows a loving god who listens intently and actually does something about our situations.
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