New Here?

Visiting any church for the very first time can be an awkward experience; what door do I go into? what time does it start? what is there for my kids? These and many more questions always come up. When you visit First Baptist Church of Lebanon Springs you will find friendly, down-to-earth Christians who have a love for the Lord and their church family. There will always be someone to assist you with any questions or concerns. Our hope is that you will experience inspiring music, helpful teaching and preaching from the Word of God; simply a place where you can feel welcome. Here are a few answers to your questions and what you might expect on your first visit.

What is the Sunday morning schedule?

9:45 AM

This is our Sunday school hour. We offer classes for all ages. If you are unsure which class to go to; simply ask one of our greeters at the door and they will be happy to assist you. Our classes start with a welcome and prayer and then go directly into the Bible lesson.  We finish by 10:30 so we have time to get ready for the morning service.

10:45 AM

The worship service starts with soul-stirring congregational singing, general and special announcements & special music. This is followed by our inspirational preaching service.  Children 12 and under will be dismissed after special music to go to junior church, where they will enjoy games, songs, a Bible message, and some snacks.

What Do I wear?

Clothes. You pick.     Just remember it is God’s House…

Should I bring my bible?

Yes. We encourage everyone to bring their Bibles and follow along with the Pastor’s message. If you do not have a Bible, we will provide one on request.

Is there a nursery?

Yes!  As a service to parents, we offer a nursery for babies and toddlers.  Ask any of the greeters for assistance and you can leave your child in the capable hands of one of our nursery workers.

What is the Sunday evening service like?

6:00 PM

On Sunday evenings, we have a Bible study and prayer service.  It’s a little less formal than the morning service.  We open up in prayer, have a devotion time, and then go to the Lord in prayer for the prayer requests that are brought up that night.  It’s a time to bring our petitions before the Lord, and to get us ready for the week to come.