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We are a church committed to keeping it all about Jesus as we help people find their way back to God.

Welcome

We are glad that you have dropped by to check us out online. Whether this is your first visit, or you are a part of our church family, we have worked hard to make our website a tool for you to see what we are all about.

Take A Peek Inside

 

Since each of us has a unique view of what a home is like, not to mention what a church is like, we invite you to take a peek inside our walls and see a little of what makes us who we are.

 

Do you have some questions?  We have answers below.

Want to know the history of First Baptist?  Look below.

What does this church believe?  Check it out.

What to know more about the pastor?  We have a special page for that.

 

Throughout the pages of this site you will find where and when we meet each week, and what you can expect at our weekend services. Cruise around, check it out, “kick the tires”, and we hope to meet you soon!


What To Expect.

  • Are newcomers welcome?  Yes!  Believers and non-believers in Jesus Christ are welcome.

  • When are services held?  Worship services are held every Sunday at 10:30

  • What do we do in a worship service?  We sing, pray, talk about God's word for our lives, then we spend time encouraging each other.

  • What should I wear?  You are loved by Jesus, so come as you are.  Dress in whatever is comfortable for you.

  • Can I bring my kids in the service with me? Yes!  Kids are a huge part of who we are.  Kids are invited to go to Kool Kids before the sermon if you want them to be a part of our children's programming. 

  • Will I be asked for money?  We do take an offering for those who wish can joyfully and freely give to the church.  We do not expect anyone to give out of guilt, obligation, fear, or social pressure.

     


The History Of First Baptist

First Baptist Church began in 1909 with 36 members meeting in a home.  Jay Pruden, a traveling missionary from Oakland, saw a need in Turlock.  At that time they said there was a need to…

  • To connect with God in fellowship.

  • To exercise our spiritual gifts and increase our spiritual gifts.

  • To spread the gospel and advance the kingdom of God. 

Today we are committed to the same task.