At First Baptist, we’re always excited to welcome new visitors. We hope you will join us for a service, and we hope that you will leave seeing the difference that Jesus has made in our lives and the difference He can make in yours.
Most people don’t like labels and yet, labels help to identify who we are and what we stand for. So, this is who we are — without apology, we are an independent, fundamental Baptist Church. Conservative and traditional would be a couple of more labels you could tack on to us. We sing hymns and choruses, preach out of the KJV, and love evangelism and missions. The Gospel invitation is given at every single service, without fail.
Now, we know that visiting a strange place is awkward and frightening for most. Please rest assured that we want to help you in any way that we can to put you at ease.
When you arrive, one of our greeters will meet you at the door. He will have a smile on his face and a bulletin in his hand. If you have questions about where to go and what to do once you have stepped through the doors, please ask and he will direct you.
During the service, we do NOT recognize visitors by asking them to stand or introduce themselves. I have personally been in churches that do that. While I recognize that the thought behind this is to make the visitor feel welcome, it actually has a negative affect on most. Who wants to be singled out and left standing while everyone gawks at them?!? So, never fear — we won’t put you through that. You are welcome, we are glad you are here, and we will ask visitors to simply fill out a visitor card located on the back of the pew and drop it in the offering plate. During the week, you will get a letter from our church thanking you for coming.
On the rest of our website, you will be able to explore some of the ministries available at First Baptist.
Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to meeting you face to face very soon!