First Baptist Church
We are committed to becoming
followers of Jesus Christ and are inviting others to do the same.
"But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things shall be given to you as well."
- Matthew 6:33 (NIV)
COVID-19 Response Update
We are staying up to date on the latest COVID protocols.
As all of you will know, the Ontario Government and the Windsor Essex County Health Unit continue to issue guidance as it pertains to gatherings in the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. As such, FBK (First Baptist Church Kingsville) will operating in the following manner:
Sunday Worship Service:
- No RSVP required, seating restrictions have been removed.
- Mak wearing is not required however please feel free to do so.
- All entryways opened for use.
- Nursery and Toddler care have not reopened at this time.
If you are unable to attend our Sunday service, there are still many ways that we can worship “together”! You can join us for our live-stream Sunday mornings at 11am and/or you will be able to view it on our website soon after.
We are also excited to announce that you can watch the Sunday service broadcast from CFTV, channel 30.2 over air or Cogeco Cable 600. It is re-run several times during the week at 7am.
Explore Our Different Opportunities
A Family focused time of food, community and study. Click here for more information
- Meal at 5:45pm
- Bible Study for all ages at 6:15pm
- Please follow our Announcements Page for updates on when the next Community Dinner event will be held.
- This program is for Grades 6-8.
- We are currently meeting every Thursday evening as a part of the Mid-week program.
SENIOR HIGH YOUTH:
- This program is for high school age youth and currently being held every Thursday evening as a part of the Mid-week program.
Latest News and Sermons
For many of us, peace sounds like a long way off. A good idea. A nice thought for the holidays. Something we long for. If this is where you find yourself today, let me encourage you that Jesus shows up when the storms of life threaten our peace and hope and joy. He is there with us when all seems lost and the way forward is totally unclear.
As Richard Stearns begins the last of the Chapters of his book, “The Hole in Our Gospel,” he writes the following: “So far, I have spent twenty-two chapters arguing the case that there is a hole in our gospel and that, as a result, we have embraced a view of our faith that is far too tame. We have, in fact, reduced the gospel to a mere transaction involving the right beliefs rather than seeing in it the power to change the world. I have painted a picture of a world aflame with violence, poverty, injustice, disease, corruption, and human suffering – a world in need of revolution. But I have also attempted to make clear from Scripture that the whole gospel – the very social revolution Jesus intended as His kingdom unfolded “in earth as it is in heaven” – has been entrusted to us, those who claim to follow Christ.”