Kingsville

First Baptist Church

Becoming fully devoted followers of Jesus

Giving

Your gift goes directly to funds, programs and projects approved by First Baptist Church's Board of Directors.

Spiritual Growth

Join our "family of faith" as we seek to worship and serve God, share the good news of the gospel message, and provide the spiritual environment necessary for spiritual growth.

Outreach

Have a look at some of First Baptist Kingsville's community outreach projects and events.

Online Learning

Study the bible using online resources. Why not study at home or invite others to join so you can study together.

We are committed to becoming
fully devoted
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)

People coming together to form a cross

COVID-19 Response Update

In light of the news that Windsor/Essex area is currently in the red restriction zone, we are tentatively planning to reopen for in person Sunday morning worship on March 7th at 10am.

Please check back for updates on the online worship options that we will make available.

If you are in need of anything during the pandemic, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to assist you.

Explore Our Different Opportunities


COMMUNITY DINNER:

  • Unfortunately, this is on hold until further notice due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus.

MOMENTS FOR MOM:

  • This program runs Friday mornings from 9 am  to 11 am on each Friday there is school. Currently on hold until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

JUNIOR YOUTH:

  • This program is for Grades 6-8 from 7pm to 8:30pm.  
  • We are currently meeting on Zoom every other Thursday evening.

SENIOR HIGH YOUTH:

  • This program is for high school age youth and currently being held on Zoom Thursday afternoons from 4-5pm. 

View our events calendar for more weekly 

Latest News and Sermons

Of Shepherds and Sheep - Sermon - Alex Moir - 21 February 2021

As Ezekiel catches word that the unthinkable has happened and that the city of Jerusalem has fallen to the Babylonian army (see chapter 33) the prophet hears a new word from Yahweh. The cause of the decline of the Hebrew nation cannot be solely attributed to the citizens ... the leadership bears some of the blame as well. Yahweh instructs Ezekiel on a new message, fulfilling the dual roles of seeker of the lost and leader/prince in a surprising way.

What Really Matters - Live Sermon - Alex Moir - 14 February 2021

The exiles in Babylon are aghast to learn that the puppet king back in Judea had made a decision that angered the "powers that be" and made life difficult for the Hebrews, both home and away. Through the teaching Yahweh gives to Ezekiel we find out that bad decisions or bad worship choices need not dictate the future. The Father loves us ... and provides a way for us to enjoy the full blessing of His guidance and care.

What Really Matters - Sermon - Alex Moir - 14 February 2021

The exiles in Babylon are aghast to learn that the puppet king back in Judea had made a decision that angered the "powers that be" and made life difficult for the Hebrews, both home and away. Through the teaching Yahweh gives to Ezekiel we find out that bad decisions or bad worship choices need not dictate the future. The Father loves us ... and provides a way for us to enjoy the full blessing of His guidance and care.
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