We want to be sure that you feel welcome at First Baptist Church and we realize that a big part of making that happen is being sure you know how to get connected and answering some of your questions before you even ask them. You can see helpful information below that we hope will assist you as you plan your visit or plan to become more involved in our church family. Of course, we are always available to answer questions at each of our services as well. We can’t wait to see you at First Baptist Church!
 
 
 
 
 
What is the schedule?
Sunday
9:15 a.m. -Adult Community Groups/Children & Youth Sunday School 
10:30 a.m – Sunday Worship Service
 
Wednesday
6:00 p.m. – Adult Bible Study/Youth/WOW (Children)
 
When should I arrive?
So that you won’t feel rushed, or out of place, we recommend that you arrive about 10 minutes before the service so that you have time to park, check in your kids, and make your way to the Sanctuary.
 
What should I wear?
Whatever dress you feel comfortable in, the people who attend FBC wear everything from business casual to jeans.
 
Where do I park?
We have multiple parking areas on every side of the building and visitor parking spots to the side of the main sanctuary entrance.
 
What about my kids?  
Our nursery is open from 9am – after the worship service on Sundays and from 5:45 – 7:15 on Wednesday nights. 
 
Older kids: We have Sunday school classes for each age group starting at 9:15. Children’s worship is for kids 4-2nd grade during the worship service, older children are encouraged to join the larger congregation in worship.
 
Wednesday evenings at 6 we have activities and classes for all ages of children and youth.
 
 
What will the message be like?
In every service, you will hear a message from God’s word that we pray will help you develop a growing, vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ and provide a strong biblical foundation.  Our prayer is that through the study of the Scripture, we will all come to know and trust the God of the Bible more deeply.
 
Will I have to say, sign, or give anything?
If you are visiting, we won’t ask you to give an offering. We won’t make you wear a visitor badge and we won’t ask you to stand up or do anything that could make you feel uncomfortable. We have our Connect Cards in the bag of every pew that we encourage visitors to fill out so that we have a way to connect with you and we will have a small gift for you in the foyer after the service.