New to Faith Baptist?

Questions?

 

When are your services?

On Sundays, our worship service is at 10:00 am

We also offer Sunday School classes. These groups all meet at 9:00 am.

 

Where are you located?

We are located at 721 North Military Street in Loretto, Tennessee.

You can use the map below to find us, or get directions.

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Will someone contact me if I come to church there?

If you are a guest at our church and fill out our pew cards, then we feel obligated to contact you and let you know that we appreciated your visit and we would like to see if you have any questions that we could help you with. If you would like us to give you a call, you can put your phone number on the pew card.

 

What does it mean to be a “member” of Faith Baptist Church?

By becoming a member of a church this says that you have identified with that church and will support that church through your service and giving. In Scripture we see where believers were identified with various churches – this meant they worked in and supported that church. If you are a believer then you are already part of the Church which is the overall body of Christ made up of all believers. However, it is essential for your personal growth as a believer that you join a local church. It is also essential to the growth of the church as a whole that you give of yourself and your resources to a local body of believers.

 

If I am not a member can I still attend?

Yes. You can participate in many aspects of the body life of the church, but you will not be allowed to be in leadership or to participate in the church business sessions. Incidentally, we have found that those who are not members are less likely to be fully involved in the church and tend to not grow as fast spiritually as those who become members.

 

How do I listen to the pastor’s messages and what’s available?

You will find several of Pastor’s sermons online freely available for you to listen.

 

From which translation of Scripture does Bro. Steve preach?

Bro. Steve uses the New King James (NKJV) version.