These commonly requested and used forms and/or applications may be downloaded and printed so that they may be completed at home and then brought to the church office. Most of these forms are in PDF format and you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them. Adobe Reader may be downloaded below.
PLEASE NOTE: Some of these forms may require notarization. Those forms need to be signed in front of the Notary. Please wait until you get to church to sign the completed form.
Medical Release Form specifically for Weekday PreSchool year 2019-2020.
Lone Oak First Baptist Church administers numerous college scholarships available to graduating Seniors. Descriptions and requirements are listed below. An application must be completed and submitted to the church office by April 30th for high school graduation or June 15th for continuing college applications. Awards are granted based upon the requirements for each scholarship. Click HERE for a Lone Oak FBC scholarship application.
HARRY ROSS SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship is awarded once a year to Lone Oak First Baptist Church student, preferably going into the ministry. Staff chooses this student. Award dependent on earnings of the scholarship fund.
RALPH AND RUTH BAKER SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship is awarded to a student preferably from Lone Oak First Baptist Church who will be going into the field of religious music. Minister of Music and Pastor choose this student. Award dependent on earnings of the scholarship fund.
RUTH SHEPARD SCHOLARSHIP
Available money to be used to award $100 matching scholarship to student attending Southern Baptist College.
GARVICE DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship is awarded at such time as the reinvested earnings are at least $250. Scholarship is awarded to a graduating high school senior and active member of Lone Oak First Baptist Church, pursuing a music degree, and enrolled in a credited Baptist college or university.
CARL and MARY L. OSBORNE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
A $1000.00 scholarship available to an active member of Lone Oak First Baptist Church who had attended a Lone Oak School, ranked in upper 25% of their graduating class, and enrolled in an accredited college or university for the start of next school year.