Jesus was born 2,000 years ago. He was born into a humble family and a humble village in ancient Israel, to a teenage mother who was a virgin. Jesus lived a relatively normal life as a carpenter until he reached the age of 30, when He began his public ministry. During the next three years, Jesus performed miracles, preached messages and proclaimed He was God by fulfilling everything the Old Testament prophesied, by His own words word and by His own works. As promised by the Old Testament Scriptures, Jesus was crucified on a Roman cross to save humanity from sin, Satan and death. On the third day, Jesus rose from death and appeared to hundreds of people before ascending into the clouds to join His heavenly Father.
The purpose of Jesus’ life was to reveal the nature, character and personality of God, to show His reign as King of Kings and to reconcile men and women to Himself. In reconciling us to God the Father, Jesus lived and died as a sacrificial substitute, living perfectly in the place of all sinners, and dying gruesomely in the place of the guilty (all humankind). Jesus’ life, death and resurrection provided proof He is the Savior of the world, the only way for sinners to be saved from the righteous wrath of God. Jesus accomplished His mission through His death, atoning for our sin, and through His resurrection, rising in victory over Satan, sin and our deaths.
The First Step for you is to accept what Jesus has done for you. If you want to know God personally through Christ you can be saved today.
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Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer’s faith in a crucified, buried, and risen Savior, the believer’s death to sin, the burial of the old life, and the resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony of faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Since babies and small children are unable to comprehend sin, repentance and other doctrines required for salvation, First Baptist does not participate in infant baptism. We would love to discuss baptism with you, if you have questions or would like to be baptized please contact us to schedule.


Membership Matters is for attenders wanting to learn more about First Baptist or wanting to commit to church membership. Membership Matters is required for church membership and is held on different dates throughout the year and lasts one and half hours. You are only required to attend one Membership Matters gathering. We will cover church history, bible basics, like the person and work of Jesus, baptism, The Lord’s Supper, what it means to commit to a church, generosity, and the vision and mission of First Baptist. The gathering is led by Dr. Chris Cornette and you can RSVP in the Sunday Newsletter, the Around First weekly e-mail, a personalized e-mail invitation to you or on our Facebook page. 


Joining First Baptist is simple, yet we take it very seriously. What is required: 1) Each new member will have a one on one conversation with a pastor to confirm salvation in Christ alone. 2) The new member will have been baptized by immersion after salvation. 3) The new member will attend Membership Matters. 4) The new member will be introduced to the church and confirmed for membership. Please let us know if you would like to become a member.


Every Christian is given a spiritual gift[s] when they become a believer in Christ. These gifts are to be used in developing your church. If you would like to find out your spiritual gift, you can do so here! The spiritual gifts assessment will take approximately 15 minutes. First Baptist has many opportunities for you to use your gifts to serve both inside and out side the church. You can join our volunteer team today, or get involved with our outside mission opportunities.