Midweek Refuel

Midweek Refuel at Millington First Baptist Church offers an array of activities to refresh your spirit and deepen your relationship with Christ. It’s a time when we break away from the busyness of the week to rejuvenate our faith, connect with our church family, and nourish our souls with God’s Word. Midweek services provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the Scriptures, ask questions, and apply God’s truths to our daily lives.

Why join us for Midweek Refuel?

Our faith is a journey, a continuous process of growing and learning. Participating in Midweek Refuel allows you to further explore the depths of your faith in a supportive, communal setting.

We gather to learn, share experiences, and encourage one another in our walk with Christ. Whether you’re a young child, a student, or an adult, we have activities tailored for you to connect, learn, and grow.

Wednesday Night Schedule

5-6 PM: Join us for our Wednesday Night Meal . You must register online or at the Connect Desk each week by Tuesday at 12 PM.

Meal Cost: Adults – $6.50; Children – $4.00
Family max – $30.00

6:30 PM: Midweek Refuel groups

Kids Midweek

From singing in the Children’s Choir to participating in Bible studies, we have diverse activities for children of all age groups. 

Class Info
Preschoolers @ 6:30 PM

GREAT BIG GOD Led by Amy Branch (Rooms: P101/103)

Our Wednesday evening activities promote spiritual development through preschool choir, crafts, and Bible lessons.


CHILDREN’S CHOIR @ 5:30 PM (Room C108)

Our children (ages 4 through 5th grade) learn the fundamentals of music and sing at various times throughout the year during Sunday morning worship. 

LAUNCH POINT @ 6:30 PM Led by Brian Exum (Room: Tree House in Children’s Wing)

A program that serves as a platform for children 1st through 3rd grade to launch their faith in an effort to explore the vast universe of God’s word.

ELEVATE @ 6:30 PM Led by Amy Blagg & Kelly King (Room: C109)

A program for children in 4th and 5th grade to advance their voyage by learning the books of the Bible, focusing on key passages, playing games, and reading devotions.

Student Midweek

Middle and high school students are invited to worship in services tailored specifically for them. These sessions explore the Bible’s teachings on life’s challenges and issues.

Class Info

Led by Andrew Harbor (Rooms: Middle and High School Worship Rooms)

Midweek is a great chance for our middle and high school students to worship in services that are specifically geared to them. We travel through teaching series together, examining what the Bible has to say about life’s tough issues and circumstances we all face.

Midweek worship services are held every Wednesday night upstairs for grades 6th-8th and 9th-12th from 6:30-7:45 PM.

Young Adults Midweek

Our college and young adult group dives into the Book of Acts, tracing the growth of the early church and the continuing works of the risen Savior.

Class Info

Led by Hayden Perry (Room: Gym Game Room)

The book of Acts chronicles the birth and growth of the early church. It tells the story of ordinary people who were pioneers for Christ, as they experienced His transforming power in their lives and communities. And while some miracles are unique to the early church, God’s power is still available to His people today-a truth that can inspire us to boldly pursue His plans and purposes. The study explores the power of God’s Spirit, and how that power can impact our lives today. Many call the book of Acts a historical growth of the church.  A better name for Luke’s second written account is the continued works of the risen Savior. Follow along with us as we journey through the start and wide expansion of the church from Pentecost to the ends of the earth as Acts 1:8 says.

Adult Refuel Groups

Women (Tues @ 9:30)

Led by Timmie Wiginton
Location: Gym Game Room

in 7 sessions, Seamless covers the people places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. You’ll gain an overarching understanding of the fundamental layout and meaning of God’s Word. Seamless will help replace the insecurity that holds you back with clarity and help you move forward with confidence in your understanding of Scripture. Each week of study features key information that ties all of Scripture together into the seamless truth of the gospel message and is accompanied by maps, general Bible facts, and word studies. 

Women (Tues @ 9:30)

Led by Jeannie Ticer 
Location: Fellowship Hall

When things are going your way, trusting the Lord is easy. But what happens when painful trials, unmet needs, or lost hopes assail you? Keeping your confidence in God when you’re hurting or confused can be difficult. Charles Stanley has written often and sensitively on coping with adversity in Christian life. Now, in a new compilation of his best writings on the topic, Dr. Stanley shares wisdom for believing God’s goodness and receiving His blessings, even in the most trying of times.

Special Needs (Tues @ 9:30)

Led by Sandy Hendrix & Melinda Forsythe
Location: Room C101

Our Special Needs Ministry provides a loving and accepting environment where we provide an opportunity to build a relationship with God through a faith-based mid-week group. We use a multi-sensory approach to reinforce biblical truths through interactive Bible stories, crafts, and games. This ministry serves the church by helping with tasks related to special events and also enjoy times of fellowship off campus (zoo, bowling, museums, etc.). 

Adults (Wed @ 6:30)

Led by Dr. Derek Westmoreland
Location: Fellowship Hall

We invite you to join us on this adventure as we learn from Hannah, Samuel and Saul. This verse-by-verse study will examine the barren Hannah who persistently pleads for a son so that she can, in turn, give him over to the Lord’s service. God raises Samuel up to be a prophet and the last of the judges. Over time, the people demand a king and God gives them Saul. In chapters 8-15, we learn of Saul’s victories, defeats, and sins.

180 Degrees (Wed @ 6:30)

Led by Daniel Hodges & Guy Hollingsworth
Location: A214

Addiction is not the problem. It is a symptom of a root problem called sin. We believe that absolute freedom from any addiction is available and can be an experienced reality in anyone no matter who you are or what you have done. This group is designed to treat our life-controlling problems Jesus’ way. As God heals our heart of root problems, negative symptoms naturally disappear as well.

Men (Wed @ 6:30)

Led by Bart Garey, and Ron Wells
Location: A209-A211

 Sometimes life feels rigid – as if nothing could ever really change. Maybe we’re afraid of taking a step of faith. Or maybe we’re too injured from the past to move forward. Or maybe life threw us a curveball and we still don’t know how to react. No matter where you find yourself, you can make the most of today. In this inspirational series, Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow shares stories from his life to illustrate what it means to seize each day for God’s glory. He challenges us to step out in courage because this is the day to act.

Choir (Wed @ 6:30)

Led by Tim Magill
Location: Choir Suite

The worship choir leads us every Sunday morning during the service as well as special events throughout the year. No music reading ability or audition is required. You just need a heart for worship, faithfulness in rehearsals and the ability to make a joyful noise. Come and join us as we serve the church through our gift of music.

Orchestra (Wed @ 6:30)

Led by Davis Caperton
Location: Auditorium

The orchestra plays during the Sunday morning worship service as well as special events throughout the year. Come and join us as we serve the church through our gift of music.

Widows (1st and 3rd Thu @ 10)

Led by Carl Cline & Betti Owens
Location: Gym Game Room

Practical and straightforward, yet warm and compassionate, this group will be an encouragement to many, as grieving people often think something is wrong with them when their grief doesn’t proceed as neatly as planned and deal with multiple emotions all at one time. This support group is here to help address the issues grieving people face but are often hesitant to mention to others.