Faith@Work is a ministry of the First Baptist Church of Augusta, GA. It is a monthly luncheon where professional leaders and citizens of the Augusta community can gather for a time of networking, fellowship and Christian guidance inspiration.
Faith@Work began in August of 2011 as a ministry to and for the working professionals of the CSRA. The luncheons are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month, with the exception of June-August. Serving begins at 11:45, and the the program begins just after noon. The program generally includes a time of welcome and introduction of first time guests and the business or company they represent, followed by a “moment of news reporting” by one of the local media personalities. Dr. Gary Redding provides a thoughtful presentation of biblically based insights relevant to the business community. Whether one is an administrative assistant, bank president, of self-employed, all are welcome to participate.
You can register by contacting Cyndi Busby.
Computers @ First
A community ministry of First Baptist Church of Augusta
FREE Computer Classes
Please register with Tommy Payne at the church office – 706-312-0909 or firstname.lastname@example.org. When registering by voice mail or email message, please provide your telephone number and email address. All classes presented in Room 101 C & D (Adult Computer Lab) Walton Education Building.
February Classes – (see class descriptions below)
Manage Photos on iPhone/iPad: Thursday, February 1st, 9:30 – 11:30 AM
Introduction to Scanning: Wednesday, February 7th, 2:00 – 4:00 PM
iPad Basics: Tuesday, February 13th, 9:30 – 11:30 AM
iPhone/iPad Tips, Tricks, Q&A: Thursday, February 15th, 9:30 – 11:30 AM
Working with Folders & Files: Wednesday, February 21st, 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Facebook Basics: Tuesday, February 27th, 9:30 – 11:30 AM
Manage Photos on iPhone/iPad – Photos and videos are the biggest users of storage space on your smartphone or tablet. This class will present options that you can use to back up your photos so you can free up space on your mobile device. We will look at Google Photos, DropBox, Flickr and Share Photo Streams for Apple Devices. Class limit: 12. Presented by Jerry Pafford.
Introduction to Scanning – Most home printers now include a scanner function that is rarely used. See how scanners can create digital and hard copies of your documents and photos. Learn the basic settings for scanning, saving, printing and emailing your documents and photos. OCR vs. online document conversion is also presented. Class limit: 12. Presented by Jim West.
iPad Basics – This class is designed to show you the basics of using and customizing your iPad. We will cover iPad features, tips and tricks, home screen layout, grouping apps and settings. PLEASE bring your iPhone FULLY CHARGED (no power outlets available). Class limit: 12. Presented by Jerry Pafford
iPhone/iPad Tips, Tricks, Q&A – If you are confused by the most recent operating system upgrade, or just want to learn more about your iPhone or iPad, this class is for you. We will discuss the new iOS 10 operating system changes and go over the new features, cover more advanced iPhone and iPad features and allow time for any questions you may have about Apple devices. Class limit: 12. Presented by Jerry Pafford.
Working with Folders & Files – Learn a skill set that will vastly improve your time spent on the computer. Learn how to find, recognize, create, organize and control the folders and files on your computer. Learn the significance of various file extensions. Learn how to copy your important folders and files to a USB device. Discover easy methods of backing up your data files. Class limit: 12. Presented by Jim West.
Facebook Basics – If you are already a Facebook user, or you want to be, this class will go over what you need to know to set-up your Facebook profile, privacy settings, understand what information to share and what not to share. If you already have a Facebook account, please be sure to bring the email address and password you used to create the account with you. We will discuss Facebook photo albums, loading photos, the difference