What We Do - Recurring Events
Revival Prayer Meeting
Sundays, dates vary, 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Meet quarterly with pastors and people from nearby churches to pray for revival in our region. Each church takes a turn hosting the meeting. Keep an eye on Upcoming Events on the home page or Announcements.
"Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness And rivers in the desert" (Isaiah 43:9).
Girls Night Out
Second Monday of Every Month
5 pm - 7 pm at DFBC
Female fun & fellowship! Get together and get to know one another in a joyful, lighthearted atmosphere. Check out the poster on the announcements page. There's a new theme and activity every month. Be there or be square.
Zoom Bible Study
Learn to Study the Bible While You Study the Bible
Tuesdays, 6:oo pm- 7:15 pm
With breaks between series
ZBS is currently on break
Come with a teachable spirit & your Bible
Evangelism 101: Absolute Need (Romans 1-3)
Evangelism 101: What Not to Do (Jonah)
The Bread of Life (John 6:22-71)
Leader: Diane Yuhas
Contact Diane or email the church (use email below) to join and a link will be sent to you a few days or so prior to the study. You do not need to download Zoom to participate. Connect using your computer or smartphone. The invitation includes instructions on how to join the session (it's easy).
Braman Hall Food Pantry
Wednesdays 5-7 & Thursdays 1-3
Our food pantry served an average of 167 people each month in 2020. We have also been blessed to be able to offer a little assistance to families that have lost so much to fires. We are here to help however we can. For information on the food pantry, click on the link at the very top of the page entitled More, and then select the link for the food pantry.
Wednesdays & Thursdays
For information on the Youth Group, please call the church at 518-875-6762. And no, they haven't gone skydiving... yet.
Men of Honor
Second Saturday of Every Month
Men of Honor meets the second Saturday of every month at the Wagon Train Barbecue from 7:00 am to 8:00 am. After opening in prayer everyone digs into a huge breakfast- all you can eat for $12, plus tip. Pastor Tony leads a teaching in the word of God. Often one or more of the men share a personal testimony. Praise & Worship follows and then they close in prayer. It is a tremendous time of fellowship, camaraderie, and encouragement.
Red Cross Blood Drive
As part of our commitment to community service, Duanesburg Florida Baptist Church is partnering with the American Red Cross to host blood drives and contribute to the ever critical need for blood. This a wonderful demonstration of shared faith and unified action in helping those in need. Each donation serves to save lives. Some recipients include newborn babies and their mothers, those battling cancer, hemophilia, severe anemia, and those suffering from unexpected trauma. Our service is not only to them, but to their families who love them dearly. It’s never been easier to become a lifesaver.
The drive is located in the Fellowship Hall at Duanesburg Florida Baptist Church. You'll find it behind the right (north) side of the church proper. We are located at 7967 State Route 30, Delanson, NY 12053.
Download the Red Cross mobile Blood Donor App for helpful information on what to expect.
Complete the health questionnaire via RapidPass® within the Blood Donor App and save time on the day of the blood drive.
After donating, you'll receive refreshments like cookies and juice to rebuild your blood volume. Do not skip this step or you will likely faint.
Sign up to donate blood at RedCrossBlood.org or use the Red Cross Blood app. Use sponsor code DuanesburgFloridaBaptistChurch. In addition, you can contact Pastor Tony at 518-875-6762 or email him at
Help ensure that those battling their toughest days get another chance to enjoy better days. Come with your friends and colleagues to multiply the blessing.
Annual Roadside Cleanup
Dates Vary, 8:00 am - until done
Every spring on a fresh Saturday morning, DFBC volunteers and friends roll out of bed and into jeans, boots, orange vests, and hard hats. We take up our trash pickers like we're taking up the sword of the Spirit and head out along "our" mile of Route 30, prepared to do battle against the forces of evil roadside trash. As we march along, no beer bottle or fast food bag is safe. Try as they might to hide, we find them, hiding in the grass, under a bush, squatting in the shadow of the guardrail. Some fight back, clinging to the dirt and weeds, but we always get our trash. Captured, we herd them like the refuse they are, straight into the dreaded plastic prison bag. And there they stay until transported to their ultimate destination- the smoky, smelly garbage dump where no trash ever escapes. And before you can say, "Give me liberty or give me death!," the battle is over, the enemy vanquished. Triumphant, we crowd into the church hall to thank God and devour the pizza and soda He has provided. Another battle is over, but we are well aware that more will come. Oh yes, indeed, many more. But we'll be ready. We'll be waiting.