Have you thought about visiting a Sunday morning worship gathering at FBCJ?
God places many open doors and opportunities before us. This opportunity could be a new start, a fresh beginning, or building genuine friendships in an accepting atmosphere. Each Sunday, the First Baptist Jackson community gathers to authentically worship God in a casual environment, hear from His Word, and surround ourselves with people looking to live life and please God while doing it. We would love for you to come check it out.
We believe one of our purposes is to worship our Creator. Musically on Sunday mornings, you can usually expect to see a band, praise team, and choir all united in praise God together in one service. The songs vary from the classic hymns, to some released in the past year. We hope to provide a safe place of worship for you no matter what background you come from!
Each week we spend about 30-40 minutes diving into scripture. We hope to present God's Word in a way that is engaging, relevant, and that seeks to be both biblically accurate and intellectually honest. Want to hear a message before you come? CLICK HERE
We know that visiting a new church can be a little stressful. Below we've answered a few common questions people ask so that you can have the most enjoyable visit.
What should I wear?
At First Baptist Jackson, people wear a variety of different clothing. You'll see everything from jeans and t-shirts to ties and suits. We love people regardless of what they wear and are more excited to have you as a part of our community.
How long are the services?
Our services last between 60-75 minutes. We try to be very respectful of your time and pointed with our message.
Where do I take my kids?
Our Children's wing is called THE HUB. When you enter the front of our building, take a left and head down the hallway. Or simply come in the "Childrens Wing Entrance". There is a Children's Check-in area at the entrance of our children's wing where you will be able to sign-in your children. A children's ministry worker will take them to their room. Our goal is to keep your children safe and comfortable during service, so you can engage as much as possible.
How can I talk with a pastor?
The bigger a church gets, the more things can seem a little impersonal. We do our best to meet every person who walks through the doors but some times that's easier than others. The easiest way to talk with one of the staff is to simply walk up and introduce yourself! You can also fill out the Connection Card on the tear-off section of the handout you get on Sunday morning. Early that next week, one of the pastors will get in touch with you and answer anything that you have questions about.