New to First Baptist?

When are the service times?

Our Sunday morning worship service starts at 9 a.m. Following the morning service is a time of fellowship before we have a time of study through Sunday school classes and Adult Bible Fellowship at 10:45.

Where are we located?

Located about 30 minutes north of Milwaukee, just off of Highway 45, First Baptist Church is easy to find. We are located at 2300 S. Main St. across from a car dealership and in-between the Kettle Moraine Ice Center and Meijer. The church driveway/entrance is on the south side of the property.

How long is the service?

Our morning worship service is approximately an hour and a half. Sunday school typically is about 45 minutes.

Where do I sit?

You can sit anywhere. Please note that the deaf interpreter and the deaf sit in the far right section of chairs.

What will my children do during the service?

We encourage our families to worship together. A program for ages 3-7 is available during the Sunday morning sermon portion of our worship service. A nursery is available during all services for children ages 0-3 and for nursing mothers. Cry rooms are also available on either side of the auditorium, with the ability to see and hear the service.

Do you have small groups?

Yes. We believe the Christian life isn’t meant to be lived alone but was meant to be lived connected with other believers for encouragement and strength. At FBC, our small groups are a time to cultivate healthy relationships with God and others around the Word, fellowship, and prayer. Our small groups meet weekly in different homes or the church building as we strive to live out the “one another” commands that are vital to the church in the New Testament. You can visit the church Welcome Desk on a Sunday morning for more information or to be connected with a group.

What do we believe?

For a full description, please see our doctrinal statement.

What version of the Bible do you use?

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.

How do we participate in worship?

Gathering as a church to worship God is at the core of FBC. It is our desire that the church family gathers each week to worship God, and that each individual in the church would through their own walk with God yearn to sing praise to their God. Because our focus is on the church family singing praise to God, we select hymns based on texts that are rich in truth and melodies that are accessible. We strive in our worship to do it in such a way that the focus remains on the congregation’s praise to God.

How can I get more information about First Baptist?

Have a question you didn’t see here? Please fill out our contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. You may also contact our Pastoral staff or church office directly.