Frequently Asked Questions
What time are services?
Our Sunday morning Life Groups begin at 9:30 AM, followed by our Sunday worship service at 10:30 AM. We also meet on Wednesday nights at 6:45 PM for a time of Small Group Bible study. All are welcome to attend, and nursery care is provided for all three services
How do I get to Community Baptist Church?
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Are there parking places reserved for first time guests?
We have designated parking spaces near the front door. We do encourage you to arrive at least 10 minutes early as services start on time.
Are your buildings and services handicap accessible?
There is handicap access for wheel chairs.
What happens when I get there?
Someone from the church will greet you, hand you a bulletin, and help you find a seat.
What do I do before the service starts?
When you arrive, you will notice that our auditorium is filled with plenty of comfortable chairs. There are no reserved seats, so you may sit anywhere. Many people will be greeting one another during this time. We would be happy to direct you to where your children will spend their time of worship, either in the nursery or Sunday School area.
What are the services like?
Services generally last about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Our worship services are a time of joyful worship and praise, with a variety of new and traditional songs.
What are the pastor’s messages like?
Our Pastor gives Bible-based messages which are expositional, timely, applicable, and Christ-centered.
Do you give public invitations at the end of the service? What are they like?
At the end of his message, the Pastor invites anyone who does not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ to accept Him. Counseling is also available for other spiritual needs.
Do I need to donate money when I visit?
Community Baptist Church believes tithing is a Biblical principle and we do encourage it. However, our guests should not feel any obligation to participate. During this time, if you have filled out the Guest Registration Form, we ask you to drop it in the offering plate.
What kind of music do you use in worship?
Although terms can often be misleading, probably the best way to describe our worship is “conservative-blended,” meaning that we sing a mixture of the best of the older hymns with many of the wonderful and rich hymns and choruses being written today.