Our Sunday morning worship service starts at 9 a.m. Following the morning service is a time of fellowship (coffee and cookies included) before we break into children’s Sunday school, teens, and adult Bible study classes. The Sunday evening service starts at 6 p.m.
Also starting at 6 p.m. on Sunday evenings are ministries for our children and teens. The teens meet for fellowship and a Bible devotion. Children from age three through sixth grade can attend one of our Kids4Truth clubs, which run during the school year.
Our Focus Small Group Bible Studies meet in various homes weekly. The purpose is for accountability and fellowship in our church body.
Located about 30 minutes north of Milwaukee, just off of Highway 45, First Baptist Church is easy to find. Take Highway 45 to the Paradise Drive exit. Turn east on Paradise and go to Main Street (three traffic lights). Turn right (south) onto Main Street. We are located on the west side of Main Street across from a car dealership and right next to the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. The church driveway/entrance is on the south side of the property.
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Our worship is designed to deepen our affections for God. The music style and content are carefully selected to direct our thoughts to God’s glory, deepen our appreciation of Christ’s redemption, and compel an honest response to God’s word. Traditional and contemporary hymns that are theologically sound and musically appropriate are chosen to accomplish this goal.
Learn more about the music ministry.
Our morning worship service is approximately an hour and a half.
We encourage our families to worship together. A program for younger children (ages 3-7) is available during the Sunday morning sermon portion of our worship service. A nursery is available during all services for children younger than three years old and for nursing mothers.
Learn more about the numerous children’s programs we offer.
You can sit anywhere. Please note that the deaf interpreter and the deaf sit in the far right section of chairs.
Learn more about our deaf ministry.
While our pastor studies from multiple versions, he preaches from the English Standard Version (ESV). We encourage everyone to bring and use a translation that they are most comfortable with. ESV Pew Bibles are available and verses are displayed on an overhead screen during the service. Our doctrinal position on Inspiration, preservation and translation may be found in our doctrinal statement. For more information on Bible translations and versions, please see the “Understanding our Bible” study on the sermon page of our website.
You can join a small group Bible study at any point. Call or email our church office for more information: 262-334-9211 / email@example.com.
Visit our Adult Bible Studies page for more information.
To contact Pastor Luke Love directly, email him: firstname.lastname@example.org.