DB101 Begins Sunday At Dallas Bay Baptist

Thursday, August 15, 2013

An important part of choosing a church home is learning what that local fellowship believes and how it operates, according to Dr. Ken Duggan, pastor of Dallas Bay Baptist Church, 8405 Daisy Dallas Road.   DB101 will begin this Sunday, at the beginning of the 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services.  Dr. Duggan said, "you may have only recently joined Dallas Bay or you may still be praying about your decision.

I would like to help in the process. DB101 is a class prepared to give you enough information to help you make an intelligent choice concerning church membership." 

The class will cover subjects like How did Dallas Bay begin; What is the vision of the church; What does Dallas Bay teach about important doctrines of the faith? There will be many other topics covered as well as a Q&A time at the end of each class. The class is both informative and fun. It is a great way to know new friends. The class is taught at the beginning of our services in our Pastor's Reception Area.


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